AcuCurve Cane

AcuCurve Cane
AcuCurve Cane
AcuCurve Cane
AcuCurve Cane
AcuCurve Cane
4/5

Builtscore

4 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
Based on 3 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The AcuCurve Cane from TriggerPoint gives athletes superior leverage and grip control for targeting muscle tightness and discomfort in hard to reach areas of the back, neck, shoulders and lower body. This unique ergonomic design includes an extra firm drop tip at one end (for applying precise pressure to deep tissue knots) and two massage balls at the other end, specialized for tight muscles around the spine.

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Product Summary & Specs

The AcuCurve Cane from TriggerPoint gives athletes superior leverage and grip control for targeting muscle tightness and discomfort in hard to reach areas of the back, neck, shoulders and lower body. This unique ergonomic design includes an extra firm drop tip at one end (for applying precise pressure to deep tissue knots) and two massage balls at the other end, specialized for tight muscles around the spine.

Regular use of the AcuCurve Cane can help break up knots in muscle fibers, reduce nagging pain, and improve overall flexibility and mobility. Weighing less than a pound and measuring 16.5″ x 7″, the cane is also conveniently portable and easy for anyone to use.

Made In USA

No

Color

Gray

Weight

.6 LB

Length

16.5"

GGR Reviews

AcuCurve Cane
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
3 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4/5
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