In this video, you’ll learn what is a Pocket Physio. The Pocket Physio is a simple, handheld tool that replicates the pressure of a thumb or elbow for relieving muscle tightness.

We’ll show you what it is and the videos over the next few weeks that will show you how it works in different areas.

Watch the video or read more below:

Parts of a Pocket Physio and their Function


The Flat Side

What is a Pocket Physio?: The Flat Side

The flat side is useful as you can place it against the wall for more leverage.

The Pointy End

What is a Pocket Physio?: The Pointy End

The pointy end is very similar to an elbow and can help pinpoint an area that is really tight.

The Two Pointy Ends

What is a Pocket Physio?: The Two Pointy Ends

The two pointy ends are great to target either side of the spine, which we’ll show you more when we cover neck exercises to reduce tension with the Pocket Physio.

When to Stop Using the Pocket Physio

  1. It’s uncomfortable

      2. It’s too painful, you’ll tense up which is counter-productive as you’re trying to relax the muscles.


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Trying out different exercises is key to improving and maintaining the body’s flexibility, which in turn can help with recruiting muscles efficiently.

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Remember – Listen to Your Body!

Please remember to listen to your body. Get any aches and pains checked out sooner rather than later.


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