Using a Muscle Roller Stick to Relieve Tight or Sore Muscles

Hi, I'm Doctor Jo, a Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. I hope you enjoy my video demos of stretches & exercises for common injuries and syndromes. Be safe. Have fun. And I hope you feel better soon.

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Stick it to muscle pain and soreness with a muscle roller stick. Muscle rolling can be a great way to help loosen up muscles, relieve muscle pain, muscle spasms, and soreness.

Click here to purchase a muscle roller stick. NOTE: This is not the roller stick reviewed in this video.

The TUFF STX Muscle Roller is made in the USA and features a steel core that extends through the handles. This makes it very sturdy and durable. The roller is wrapped in high-density foam that’s comfortable to use, won’t pull hair, and is easy to clean. The TUFF STX is also small enough to take to the office or on trips.

Muscle rollers (or massage rollers as some people call them) help to warm up and loosen tight or sore muscles. They can be used to help relieve pain or to help muscles recover after strenuous activities or a workout.

Some great areas to use a muscle roller on include tight IT Band, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, muscle cramps, muscle spasms, muscle strains, tight calves, carpal tunnel, tense neck and shoulders, tight hamstrings, and more.


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