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Massage Guns and Physical Therapy

If you’ve been inside a gym or physical therapist’s office over the past couple years—or scrolled through your Instagram feed—you’ve likely come face-to-face with a percussive massage gun. These popular tools look like power drills and are designed to aid recovery, decrease soreness and increase range of motion by pleasantly beating your muscles into submission.

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Can Massage Guns Really Decrease Muscle Pain?

Over the past few years, percussive massage guns have become a popular recovery tool, finding favor among doctors, trainers, professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts. They look and sometimes even sound like power tools, but these handheld devices are meant to make you feel better — by increasing blood flow, breaking up tension, decreasing soreness and improving range of motion — all things that can lead to better warmups and speedier recoveries.

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5 Pro Tips For Using The Hypervolt Massage Gun THE RIGHT WAY. Brought To You By A Doctor of Physical Therapy.

I’m a Doctor of Physical Therapy who works exclusively with athletes in Nashville, TN. Over the last year, I’ve been incorporating Hypervolt treatments into my physical therapy sessions. I wrote an article several months ago on how things have been going. You can check it out HERE. That article has been helpful to some of you out there, so I wanted to provide a follow up. 

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I’m A Doctor Of Physical Therapy Who's Been Using The Hypervolt Gun On My Athletes. Here’s How It’s Going.

If you aren’t familiar with the Hypervolt gun, you’re missing out. Similar to Theragun, Hypervolt is basically a massage gun that’s used to ease sore muscles, improve circulation and reduce pain. The gun has several different attachments that are useful for the spine, quadriceps, upper trap and calf. I’ve been using it with my clients in the Nashville, TN and Franklin, TN area and the results have been promising.

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