Stretching Aids and Equipment

Stretching is a great way to relax the muscles, and we carry the stretching aids you need for your patients. Our selection of stretching aids include stretching straps, foot rollers, incline boards and a stretching machine. Our stretching aids are durable, so they will not break while your patients are using them.

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  1. Thera-Band Foot Roller - As Seen on The Doctors TV Show - TheraBand Foot Roller TheraBand® Foot Roller - Foot Pain Relief Massager
    $10.29
    Rating:
    80%
    3  Reviews
  2. Thera-Band Stretch Strap TheraBand® Stretch Strap - Stretching Bands
    $18.39
  3. Stretch out Strap with Booklet Stretch Out Strap With Booklet
    $17.29
  4. Pink Rangemaster Stretch Strap RangeMaster® StretchStrap – Pink
    $13.79
  5. Rockband Flex Stretching Strap RockBand Flex® Stretching Strap
    $24.20 - $28.60
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  6. Prostretch Sports Therapy Single Unit ProStretch® Sports Therapy, Single Unit
    $36.99
  7. RangeMaster™Stretch Strap RangeMaster™ Stretch Strap with Loops - 6 Feet Stretching Aid
    $13.79
  8. Cando Dynamic Stretching Exercise Strap Cando® Dynamic Stretch Strap
    $14.59
  9. 6-Way Cervical Stretch Exerciser
    Healthcare Professional License Required
    Pettibon 6-Way Stretch Strap
  10. StretchRite StretchRite
    $32.49
  11. Adjustable Incline Board Adjustable Incline Board - Ankle & Calf Stretch Incline Board
    $165.00
  12. PRECOR® StretchTrainer PRECOR® StretchTrainer - Ergonomic Stretching Equipment
    $1,230.29
  13. Xl Stretch Out Strap With Training Poster Xl Stretch Out Strap With Training Poster
    $17.79
  14. Incline Board - 30 Degrees Incline Board - 30 Degrees
    $107.99
  15. Padded Quadriceps Board Padded Quadriceps Board
    $132.49
  16. Elgin Archexerciser Elgin Archxerciser Foot Strengthening Device - Foot Exerciser
    $40.49
  17. Incline Board - 25 Degree Incline Board with Non-slip treads - 25 Degree - 16 1/4 W x 15" L
    $107.99
  18.  Pink Ranger Shoulder Pulley W/Web Strap Pink Ranger Shoulder Pulley with Web Strap
    $13.97
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  19. Prostretch Sports Therapy Double Unit ProStretch® Sports Therapy, Double Unit
    $75.09
  20. Fitter First Slant Board 14" Fitterfirst Slant Board – Large 14”
    $189.95
    Please for professional pricing
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Stretching Aids

Stretching Aids

Stretching is the most effective exercise for relaxing your muscles. Stretching devices come in a variety of styles, each with its own set of advantages. Patients who have a particular physical problem should consider stretching exercises. Furthermore, proper stretch therapy can help prevent injuries and improve performance.

Benefits of Stretching Devices

Using a stretching device will provide numerous benefits to the body. These advantages include:

  • Increase muscle flexibility: Using devices such as foam rollers and stretching machines makes the muscles flexible. This device allows you to do exercises that stimulate receptors telling the muscles to relax or contract. After stretching therapy, the tissues' resting length will change, causing a permanent elongation of the muscles.
  • Increase flexibility of the fascia and the tendon: Tendons are the tissues that connect your bones to your muscles. Furthermore, the muscles connect to another tissue known as the fascia, which surrounds the outside of the muscle. Stretching techniques improve tendon and fascia tissue extensibility. Stretching regularly and consistently can help improve your muscles and give you more flexible connective tissues.
  • Boost energy levels: Stretching exercises also improve blood circulation, which benefits the brain. When you become tired, your muscles tighten, causing your body to feel sluggish. Stretching exercises increase blood flow, causing muscles to loosen and providing a quick boost to the body.
  • Reduce injury: Regular stretching helps your body reduce the frequency of injuries such as tight and pulled muscles. At times, the muscles can be tight, uncooperative, and unable to achieve full range of motion. When you move too quickly in a direction where the muscle is not moving, you risk pulling or tearing it. Stretching exercises will make the body more flexible and allow for a more excellent range of motion.

Tips for Using Stretching Devices

Before you begin your workouts, there are a few things you should know. Incorporate the following suggestions in your daily routine for a safer, more effective workout:

  • Stretch daily: Regular stretching has numerous health benefits. As time goes on, the body adapts to the exercises and becomes more flexible. Hold each stretch for 20-60 seconds for the best results.
  • Warm up with stretching: Warming up is a method of preparing the body for challenging exercise. Going straight into a workout can end up hurting your body.
  • Remember to breathe: Deep breathing promotes oxygen flow throughout the entire body, allowing your muscles to more effectively relax. Do not hold your breath during exercise.
  • Never stretch to the point of pain: When stretching, you should definitely feel it, but not to the point of discomfort. Avoid injuries and pain by being gentle when performing the exercise, especially if you are an older adult.

Main Types of Stretching

  • Dynamic stretching: Consider dynamic stretching before beginning an activity. This type of stretching entails moving body parts at a slower pace and gradually increasing the speed.
  • Ballistic stretching: Begin your warm-ups with ballistic stretching. Stretching entails moving the body or a part of the body beyond its normal range of motion.
  • Static stretching: The body must cool down and maintain flexibility after exercise. Static exercise allows the muscle to stretch to its maximum length while remaining in the same position.

Types of Flexibility Equipment Available at ScripHessco

  • Foam rollers: Consider using a foam roller to target smaller areas of the body. A foam roller promotes blood and oxygen circulation by kneading out trigger points. The equipment's design is ideal for multifunctional use when standing and sitting.
  • Stretching machine: Consider using a stretching machine if you want to target all of your core muscle groups. Both the seat and the knees of the machine have cushions for comfort.
  • Stretch band: A band is a broad and flexible band that requires strength to expand beyond a shoulder's width. Extend the leg forwards or backward using the band.
  • Straps: For solo stretching exercises, consider using a stretch-out strap. These straps gradually stretch the primary group of muscles with more safety and control.
  • Foot stretching device: To get rid of various foot pains once and for all, use a foot stretching device. The device relieves sore feet by strengthening the foot muscles.
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