The Professional Massage Mitts are a pair of silicon massage mitts designed and patented GB2543361 by a qualified state registered chartered physiotherapist.
At the time of her idea conception of the Professional Massage Mitts the physio was working long hours providing treatments in a very busy physiotherapy clinic.
The Mitts were designed out of necessity, the physio was suffering from repetitive strain injuries to their wrists and hands. The Mitts have integrated support to protect the therapist’s hands and external nodules for increased tactile surface to enhance sensory massage stimulation.
They can be used for self-massage or as an aid for symptom/pain relief from allied health professionals for more complex soft tissue mobilisation procedures.
Over time and after hundreds of patients’ feedback along with numerous testimonials, it was obvious that this self-massaging tool empowered people, enabling them to do something for themselves and help reduce their musculoskeletal symptoms of general aches and pains for themselves.
Design Features of the Massage Mitts
as a Therapeutic Massage Tool
Surface nodules of various dimensions
The quality and consistency of the silicone nodules have encompassed features for optimum body conditioning and maximum contact
The nodules increase sensory stimulation and sensory feedback
Made with body safe silicone
The flexibility of the mitts makes it easy to follow the contours of the body and keeps your hands relaxed for ease of movement.
The Mitts unique shape and integral support protects the user from repetitive strain injuries and overuse of their wrist, hand and ﬁnger joints.
The quality and consistency of the silicone and nodules has encompassed features for optimum body conditioning and maximum body contact.
The nodules increase sensory stimulation and sensory feedback.
The Mitts harness the knowledge of decades of physiotherapy and complementary therapies to create a highly functional and time saving pair of massage mitts with numerous therapeutic applications.
They reduces the impact of hours of massages on the therapist’s hands and encompass years of scientific research.