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Spikey Massage Ball Spring Special

Posted by Author on 2 September 2020
Spikey Massage Ball Spring Special

Stay strong & move well between visits

As physiotherapists, we often see people in pain. In addition to expert treatment from our physios and Exercise Physiologists, we stock a range of items to help you move well and stay strong between visits.

Kingston's Arthritis and Pain Relief Balm is one of our best selling items. It's 100% Australian Made, just down the road in Morrisset. It's so effective, we buy it in bulk and have been using it for years every day in the practice. 

Get your FREE Spikey Massage Ball

This Spring, we're giving you the added bonus of a free Spikey Massage Ball RRP $15 when you buy a tub of Arthritis and Pain Relief Balm RRP $27. 

Spiky Massage Balls are an effective self-massage tool that can alleviate muscle pain and tension, and increase mobility, stimulating blood flow throughout the body. Lightweight and easy to manipulate, you can use your spikey ball on knots and tight areas. Target trigger points to release tension, reduce pain levels and improve range of motion. Ask your physio or EP about how to use the ball to get the most benefit.

All you need to do to get your free ball is mention the word SPRING when you make your purchase.

Got questions?

Give us a call on 4957 2961

 

 

 

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