High-Speed Relief Is Possible with Rapid Release!
Experience non-invasive relief with the Rapid Release Pro-2. Invented by a chiropractor, Dr. Stanley Stanbridge, the Rapid Release Pro-2 helps relieve muscle discomfort and stiffness using high-speed vibration therapy that targets sore, stiff muscles with short, high-frequency strokes for effective relief.
Use the Rapid Release Pro-2 for the following:
- Relax muscles
- Release discomfort, tension, and stiffness
- Relieve minor aches
- Target trigger points
The Pro2 quickly helps to relieve discomfort and tension as well as relax muscles for improved recovery.
Help Relieve Tension on Target
Combining high speed and a short-stroke, this massager delivers a significant amount of precisely targeted energy to quickly relieve tension.
Durable & Easy to Use
Featuring an industrial strength design, this handheld massager is meticulously engineered for long life and heavy-duty professional use.
Versatile for the All-Over Relief
The 5 built-in treatment heads allow you the dynamic range to safely and effectively treat tiny muscles all the way to larger extremities.
Unique Vibration Therapy Technology
Rapid Release is leading the industry as a pioneer of high-speed vibration therapy. In addition to discovering the optimal treatment frequency (166 Hz), the Pro2 also utilizes a multi-head tip to treat various parts of the body from sensitive areas and large muscles down to trigger points. Its versatility allows users of all body types to experience relief.
“Bottom line is I want to help people have a better, fuller life. Without question Rapid Release is uniquely qualified to deliver that help."
– Dr. Stanley Stanbridge, Inventor, President
Vibration Therapy Benefits
- Uses vibration therapy as non-invasive treatment to help provide relief for all, from elderly to pediatric.
- Provides complete “head-to-toe” treatment of the musculoskeletal anatomy, offering improved movement through muscle relaxation.
- May be used on areas percussive therapy cannot treat—the cranial area, spinal column, throat, jaw, spine, and tendons—due to the striking nature of percussive therapy.