3d Ergo Pro Massager with new style carry case
£245.00 (Fully Inclusive)
Over 40 years Professional and home use
MAJOR PROBLEM – THE 3D ERGO PRO LASTS TOO LONG – 3D ERGO’s STILL IN USE AFTER 20 YEARS
Cellulite and Muscular conditions 2 speeds 23/48 gyrations per sec enable both surface & deep penetrating massage through muscle layers stimulates lymph drainage, reaching deep down tissue a nd ligaments to improve metabolism, circulation and promote a healthy feeling of well being with improved posture and oxygen intake.
Back pain, shoulders, calves, thighs, knees, elbows, painful arthritic hands, wrists all benefit from Bremed 3D Ergo Pro treatment relaxing muscle fibres, stimulating lymph drainage and toxin evacuation.
Home Treatment often recommended by Practitioners includes hands, feet and buttocks? Why buttocks? To relax the piriformis muscle, one of the main areas leading to back problems.
Cellulite troublesome areas such as buttocks, thighs and triceps respond favourably to the large head rapid treatment. Many Clinics and training facilities report high client satisfaction.
Large 18 x 12cm heads enable efficient treatment times, bristle head for rapid stimulation, smooth head for general and bony areas and the 12 sphere burled head for deep penetrating massage felt throughout the body.
Carpal tunnel syndrome wrist and hand pain suffered by therapists after years of hands only massage find the ergonomic handle design very comfortable particularly when used with BREMED MASSAGE CREAM to enhance the easy glide effect.
20 year old Bremed 3D ergo pro massagers still in daily professional use providing maximum energy flow to the patient with no operator kick back.
2 year guarantee 130 watt maintenance free long life Swiss motor combined with economic spare part replacements provide a good investment with trouble free beneficial use for years to come.
“Proven over many years the stimulation of blood and nutrient bearing oxygen around the vascular and lymphatic system and subsequent toxin evacuation has proven to be a major factor in any remedial process”