Percussion Therapy - Hyperice

Top professional teams and athletes including members of elite NCAA programs, MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLS teams, top football clubs in Europe, top rugby clubs in Europe, IFBB professional bodybuilders, high school athletes, and US Olympians began using percussion therapy devices to decreases post-workout muscle pain and cramps, optimizing the body’s ability to heal and recover.

Lebron James 

The idea behind percussion therapy is to increase blood circulation and oxygen delivery to the injured area, enhancing the repair and recovery process.

Using 3600 pulses per minute of vibration concentrated in the injured area, scar tissue interlaced deep within the muscle fibers is broken down.

A few of the many athletes using percussion therapy to perform at their very best...

Common Conditions Treated: 

​Percussion therapy is being used by athletes at high levels of sport performance as a pre-workout enhancement tool and a post-workout recovery treatment.

Percussion therapy uses gentle pressure and vibration to relax connective tissue and fascia, decreasing internal resistance within muscles. This allows muscles to move smoothly and more optimally. 

Think of it like a molecular jackhammer, helping to break down adhesions and internal scar tissue that is present after injuries or surgery

Stephen Curry, Norman Powell 

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Naomi Osaka

Nikola Vucevic

Impingement Syndrome
Joint Dysfunction
Knee Meniscus Injuries
Knee Pain
Leg Injuries
Muscle pulls or strains
Muscle Weakness
Neck Pain
Nerve Entrapment
Nerve Entrapment Syndromes 


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Ankle Injuries
Back Pain / Injuries
Bunions / Bursitis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Compartment Syndrome
Foot pain / injury
Frozen Shoulder / Adhesive Capsulitis Gait Imbalances
Golfers Elbow

Running Injuries

Wrist Injuries

Shin splints
Shoulder Pain
Sports Injuries
Swimmer’s Shoulder
Tennis elbow
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Throwing Injuries
Golf Injuries
Hand Injuries

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John Tavares

Hip Pain
Iliotibial Band Syndrome
Plantar Fasciitis
Post Surgical
Repetitive Strain Injuries
Rib Pain
Rotator Cuff Syndrome
Weight Lifting Injuries
(Hyperextension/Hyper flexion Injury) 

Additionally, percussion therapy targets restrictions in movement, relieving stiff areas, elongating the muscle fibers, and increasing range of motion and flexibility.