Hybrid Stick – The Granddaddy of Recovery

September 16, 2011

On September 12, 2011, the Los Angeles Times published an article by Roy M. Wallack on proper recovery; ways to work out the kinks after a workout. In the article, our Hybrid Stick was quoted as “The Graddaddy of Recovery.” The following is an excerpt of the article and a link to read the full […]

The Doctors TV Discuss The Stick

October 15, 2010

NOTE: If you are using Internet Explorer and you can only see a black box, click here to view the video on Doctor’s TV. If you are using Firefox or Safari (web browsers), well, you are likely already watching the video! Ease sore and achy muscles. Source: The Doctor’s TV “The Stick is used as a training […]

Intracell – The Stick

April 11, 2008

Intracell Technology™ is founded on solid, scientific evidence in muscle physiology. It employs a sophistication that attracts progressive practitioners, top level athletes, performing artists and individuals who aspire to gain and retain peak physical performance. Intracell Technology™ employs the use of a patented, proven, therapeutic muscle device that will improve the quality and quantity of […]

How The Stick Works

April 9, 2008

Description Intracell Technology engages the use of a simple tool called The Stick. The Stick is a non-motorized device that is composed of a semi-rigid core around which independent, 1 inch spindles freely spin. This instrument was engineered to assist doctors in the deep manipulation of soft tissues such as muscle. The Stick has proven […]

Modulation of Muscle Pain and Tissue Compliance

July 26, 2006

Modulation of Muscle Pain and Tissue Compliance by Means of the ROM Device: [Intracell Stick]: Pilot Study / DOD By Andrew S. Bonci ABSTRACT Muscles that lack flexibility exhibit the following features. They lack compliance and resiliency and are more susceptible to injury and pain. Flexibility training is intended to maintain an adequate level of […]

Top 50 Award - Rehab and Therapy Products Review - The Stick

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