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At ReArm, we stand behind our products and the procedures we recommend to you for improving your health and reducing and even avoiding the effects of repetitive strain injuries.

Using the ReArm Forearm Roller

The ReArm Forearm Roller is a Unique Patent Pending Design that allow client, patient and therapist alike to, circumvent, prevent and tackle tough nagging RSI injuries.

  1. Simply attach the ReArm™ Roller unit on the table via it powerful suction cups (no table scratching).
  2. Select the tensile strength Tension Bands you want to use to get the "Correct Pressure" you desire.
  3. Now you're ready to perform an unbelievably wide variety of SST (soft tissue techniques) and osteopathic techniques to get to the root of that pain. Some techniques you can use are: SCS, Active Release, Passive Release, MET, Pin and Stretch, Myofascial Release, Cross Fiber Friction and so many more ...!
  4. To use the device, the user's limb i.e. hand wrist or forearm is inserted into the space either from the front to the rear of the device.
  5. In a preferred situation the individual inserts from the front to allow the stabilizing lip of the device to push against the table. This unique feature allows the user to push further into the technique, eliminating potential bad positioning and optimizing beneficial effects relative to the therapeutic components and rollers.
  6. The therapeutic components are now in contact and properly aligned with the areas that require massage and/or treatment. This perfectly self controlled positioning distributes components and rollers to avoid excessive contact to sensitive and delicate tissues.
  7. Once positioned the patient moves the forearm back-and-forth in between the upper and lower rollers to repeat remaining in contact with therapy components and the length of the back-and-forth and twisting if desired.
  8. Treatment is simply and effectively delivered via a number of STT methods: by compression, stretching lifting and torsion of the skin fascia and superficial somatic soft tissue of the limb when the treatment session is completed the limb maybe pulled out of the space or re-positioned for further therapeutic effects.
  9. Simply increase or decrease the techniques used and desired tension for future sessions, by changing the color coded tension bands as each have a different spring consistency.
  10. Progressive future treatment sessions may take place after lasting desired effects ad recovery have been achieved or as needed. Now you're on your way to significantly improved flexibility, strength and endurance and general overall pain free movement (AROM).
General Techniques

A short video to show general use of the ReArm Forearm Roller

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

A short video to show you would use the ReArm Forearm Roller to treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

RSI

A short video to show you would use the ReArm Forearm Roller to treat other RSIs

Maintaining the ReArm Forearm Roller

Changing the Bands
The bands are come in three strengths which are color coded for ease of use.
    1. Light Band (Green) - for people with bigger arms that don't need as much tension.
    2. Medium Band (Blue) – suitable for most people.
    3. Heavy Band (Purple) – for people with smaller arms that require more tension.

Which band you choose will be a function of your physique, your personal preference on how deep you like your treatment, and on the part of your arm you’re working on.