The Original Indexknobber II by the Pressure Positive Company, Ruby Red

August 21, 2016 - Comment

The Original Index Knobber II by Pressure Positive is an ideal instrument for clinic or home use. Molded in highly durable polymer, it allows the user to apply deep, sustained and precise pressure to trigger points and to sore, stiff muscles. Hands-on therapists frequently comment on how easy it is to use The Original Index

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The Original Index Knobber II by Pressure Positive is an ideal instrument for clinic or home use. Molded in highly durable polymer, it allows the user to apply deep, sustained and precise pressure to trigger points and to sore, stiff muscles. Hands-on therapists frequently comment on how easy it is to use The Original Index Knobber II tool because it protects the hand and forearm against fatigue and overuse while allowing maximum control and sensitivity to the patient.

Product Features

  • An ideal instrument for clinic or home use
  • Molded in highly durable polymer
  • Allows the user to apply deep, sustained and precise pressure to trigger points
  • Protects the hand and forearm against fatigue and overuse
  • Allows maximum control and sensitivity to the patient

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Good Design, But Some Intrinsic Limitations I am an acupuncturist and massage therapist, and I actually independently invented something much like this several years ago. Essentially, it was a dowel I could hold in my fist with a protrusion (like this tool has) between my index and middle fingers for working muscles. This tool is certainly a better creation. 

Mike says:

Force the issue with this If that knot just won’t relax, and you’ve got a friend who’ll bear down on you, this is for you.Pro:+ A singular purpose: go deep+ Light+ Durable+ PriceCon:- While you can use it by yourself, unlike the “jacknobber” any knots on your back half require a second person- I haven’t found the grip on this to be comfortable for me- Less versatile that the “jacknobber”, just the one probe to press with- We dislike the dark color… we are prone to lose itBottom line: Recommended as a complement to the jacknobber.

Michael Lee says:

The Original Indexknobber The handle is somewhat narrow, so if your hand is not small, it may be uncomfortable or impossible to hold it securely. The “knob” is a bit short, so it can’t reach into deeper spaces.

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