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TheraWand Essential

  1. The physiotherapists' first choice for pelvic floor massage
  2. FDA approved, medical grade acrylic prostate massager
  3. Clear instructions and storage bag included
  4. Ergonomic design of the TheraWand makes it easy to use by both therapist or at home
  5. Tapered end allows for easy insertion

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Suffering with pelvic pain? TheraWand Essential has arrived!

Therawand essentialThe top choice for physiotherapists, the TheraWand can help treat pelvic floor dysfunction and pain. It utilises both physical therapy and relaxation techniques, helping you to locate and target pressure points. The TheraWand is indispensable for the treating trigger point (myofacial) release, painful intercourse, scar tissue, sensitivity, tight vaginal opening, vaginismus, anorgasmia, prostate massage and more.

TheraWand Essential has a curved end and a tapered end, both can be used for pelvic floor therapy. The tapered end allows for easy insertion. The rounded end was inspired by physiotherapists to allow for easy handling by therapist and patient. The wand is made from FDA approved, medical grade acrylic.

Every TheraWand comes with an easy-to-understand instruction sheet, an information pamphlet and a storage bag. It is best to work with a physiotherapist and discuss your needs. The TheraWand is great for when you want to continue your treatment at home, on advice of your physiotherapist.





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SKU / Product Code 10112
Brand TheraWand

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Really works, amazed. Review by Dara
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May take a little practice finding your pressure points, but just follow your PTs instructions. Very heavy-duty acrylic and easy to handle. Best if lubricated with a light-weight lubricant like Yes organic or similar. Can also be warmed, which I found does help with relaxing my muscles and improving treatment. (Posted on 9 February 2015)
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Seems like baby steps at the moment but the relief is immense. Review by Vippie7
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Excellent for reaching my trigger points. I would not have thought that my pelvic pain could be treated in such a way but my Physiotherapist recommended this and I cannot thank her enough. I have suffered with pelvic pain for over 5 years and I am finally getting some pain relief. Seems like baby steps at the moment but the relief is immense. (Posted on 5 July 2016)
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Great device Review by Parameta
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I've just received the therawand this week. And what can I say? Yes, it really works with getting the internal pelvic floor triggerpoints. Much of my pain got released already. I am also in physical therapy and my therapist recommended to me this tool. She will show me how to use it even more correctly, but at the time I just figured out for myself a little bit already. It is best tovuse the therawand every other day, there should always be a rest day for your myofascial triggerpoints. This device is a gift for me, and probably one big part of my recovery to being fit again like in the old days. Thanks!!! (Posted on 20 May 2017)
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What is the difference between the Thera Wand premium and the essential?
I am trying to find out more about trigger points as a cause of musculoskeletal referred pain. Where can I find the trigger point release and pelvic massage areas that I can do at home?