Power Palm Wireless EMS
Electric Muscle Stimulation • 4 Different Modes • Electric Massage
Bringing the power of electric massage to the palm of your hand. So PrimeKinetix is pleased to bring to you the latest of innovative therapy tools, the Power Palm. The Power Palm brings the technology of wireless electric muscle stimulation (EMS) and places it in the palm of your hand, literally.
Fueled by lithium ion battery, the power palm is packed with 4 different modes of therapy to treat and sore muscles and provide pain reliever, relaxation, and recovery.
Relaxation of muscle spasms: Prevention of retardation of disuse atrophy
A muscle spasm is a sudden, involuntary contraction of one or more muscles. A spasm results from an abnormally sustained muscle contraction and is often painful. Various muscles may develop spasms, including the small intrinsic hand muscles of a musician to the larger “charley horse” calf muscles of a runner.
Disuse syndrome is a well-known cause of chronic back pain. When the muscles that are meant to hold the weight of the body become weak, the weight of the body falls on the skeletal system, specifically the spine. This can lead to degeneration and chronic back pain.
Increasing local blood circulation
Your nervous system may respond to stress by putting additional pressure on the blood vessels, which results in reduced blood flow to the muscles. This can cause muscle tension and pain. Certain medications, such as statins, can also cause muscle rigidity. Some medical conditions may also contribute to it.
Muscle re–education is a unique and very effective program designed to restore normal body movement patterns. It restores nerve signals between muscles and brain for optimal function, which will be stored in the memory.
Muscle stiffness is when your muscles feel tight and you find it more difficult to move than you usually do, especially after rest. You may also have muscle pains, cramping, and discomfort. This is different from muscle rigidity and spasticity.
Power Palm Wireless EMS along with stretching performed as part of a warm-up prior to exercise is thought to reduce passive stiffness and increase range of movement during exercise. In general, it appears that static stretching is most beneficial for athletes requiring flexibility for their sports.