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DENVER, Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The need for good massage is great, since it has proven beneficial for people with a wide range of complaints-including lower back pain, arthritis, chronic fatigue, high blood pressure, diabetes, immune suppression and depression, not to mention anyone who wants relief from the stressful lives we all lead.
The benefits of massage are well-documented, but the means of delivering those benefits vary widely. Many at-home mechanical devices are often too rigid and can be damaging to delicate skin and tissues. Hands-on massage is inconsistent, expensive and time-consuming. Hydrotherapy-non-irritating to bone, muscle and connective tissue-would be perfect for delivering heat and massage, except it too is often inconvenient, requires high maintenance and doesn't always deliver consistent or sufficient deep-tissue massage.
So is there an optimal massage option? The good news for massage lovers-and anyone who isn't one yet soon will be-is that an innovative company named Drywave, Inc. has identified an opportunity to deliver massages in a new way. Their SolaJet® personal therapeutic massage system is now revolutionizing massage.
The company's goal was to create the very best massage experience by using the natural therapeutic benefits of heat and water in a self-contained environment, thus reducing the amount of water required while increasing the positive deep-tissue effects.
The enhancement of circulation provided by therapeutic massage can have a dramatic impact in improving tissue health, oxygenating blood cells, flushing toxins and reducing aches and pains. Adding heat therapy to massage provides an analgesic effect by increasing blood flow to a local area. The increased blood supply helps reduce soreness while relieving pain.
Lie on the SolaJet surface and soothing streams of warm water play all along the body. Users remain safely separated from the water by a flexible barrier that allows them to enjoy the warmth and pleasure of a relaxing deep-tissue massage without having to get undressed. It is little surprise that the company's mission is to help make the world feel better one person at a time.
For information on how to enjoy the major benefits of this exquisite new form of massage, visit http://solajet.com/.
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