This massager occupies a place of honor on a table near the TV – it gets that much use. I keep it plugged in and ready to go at all times because I am waging war with spasticity in my arm and hand.
Anytime I find myself sitting idle (usually that means TV time) I grab the unit and apply it to my spastic muscles. Within a few minutes, it shakes the spasticity loose and my previously-cramped muscles go slack. Only then do I have a shot at my hand exercise regimen, which is scheduled 3 times each day.
This Made-In-USA massager is the exact same unit you will find in therapy clinics everywhere. It’s so powerful you could probably attach some sandpaper and use it to refinish furniture or wood floors. Variable speed control, and despite its giant motor, light enough and well balanced for 1-handed use. Has a thick vinyl-covered pad where it makes contact with your body, and a long, heavy-duty extension cord so that you’re not stuck next to an electrical outlet when in use.
Skip the consumer-level massagers- get a Jeanie Rub. Great investment.
Jeanie Rub Variable Speed Massager, from $185.18 on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2vak61r