(as of Jun 25,2022 10:43:47 UTC – Details)
From the brand
We fix shoulders- so you can get back to the activities you love.
How we got our start?
RangeMaster Shoulder Therapy, formerly known as Therapeutic Dimensions Inc, was developed in Spokane, Washington in the 90s by a local Physical Therapist who saw a need in the medical community for better tools to help patients in recovery.
What makes our product unique?
Our goal at RangeMaster is to deploy and scale a reliable, medical-evidence-based global solution to shoulder pain without the use of opioids, injections or surgery, that has been clinically proven to resolve 75-80 percent of specific shoulder problems. We help your shoulder even after surgery too.
Why we love what we do?
At RangeMaster we truly believe in the products we create. As a small business, we hold ourselves to high standards and constantly push ourselves to invent and develop products to meet therapists and clients needs to heal. We love to get people back to happy, healthy shoulders.
SHOULDER PAIN RELIEF- The shoulder is a self-lubricating joint, but if there is little to no movement there is no lubrication. Smooth movements with a shoulder pulley help the shoulder lubricate itself. “Oil” for the shoulder is stored in a sub-surface tissue sack called the bursa. The only way this “synovial fluid” can be pumped from the bursa through the shoulder is with movement.
OUR SHOULDER PULLEY-Made with a custom pulley with zinc-coated housing to resist deformation over time. Cleated handles allow easy adjustability of the 85-inch cord to ensure comfort and easy use.
METAL BRACKET- Included metal bracket over door hanger makes it easy to attach the pulley system over the top of any door. Fits most 2-inch doors and does not cause damage.
GREAT RECOVERY TOOL- Ideal for recovery and rehabilitations to prevent surgery, assist in healing after surgery or injuries, and for improving pain free mobility. Helps enhance the range of motion for people suffering from arthritis, tendonitis, frozen shoulder syndrome, rotator cuff injury, bursitis, and other impingement issues.