The Point of Relief            £25 + postage

The Point of Relief was developed in consultation with many international level athletes and practitioners including Olympians, World Champions and Internationally respected Physiotherapists.

Whether you have a sore or tight back, shoulders, legs, feet or knees the Point of Relief is for you. Decrease your reliance on various practitioners and help treat yourself at home between appointments.

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The Point of Relief is designed to give true deep tissue muscle tension release. With its generous height, standing at 80mm tall and sturdy base, 80mm square it can get into all the difficult to reach areas throughout your body. It’s made from high grade rubber and silicone that comes together to form a highly durable product with a comfortable feel to give the best results for self treatment or to be used by a practitioner to reduce finger stress.

 

It could be said that is works in a similar way to the Spiky Ball, and it does, but the difference is the lasting effect that the Point of Relief can give you. The Spiky Ball gives what can be called a superficial release, which while it does feel good straight after treatment the discomfort soon returns. However with the Point of Relief of you more able to really change the tension in the muscle over time which will drastically reduce you soreness, stiffness and body aches.

The Point of Relief is also very versatile, being able to be used anywhere and in very small cramped spaces like on a plane to reduce back ache from top to bottom. It’s great whilst driving your car to improve your posture and helps you really spring out of the car after a long journey.

It’s been see on team benches in sports stadiums, office desk tops, in school classrooms, on work sites, in gyms, training studios, Pilates & Yoga studios, Osteopaths, Myotherapists, Physiotherapists, Australian Institute of Sport to name some.

The Point of Relief was designed by Luke Campbell (2004 Olympic Volleyballer) in consultation with the doctors, physios, masseurs and acupuncturists that help treat him throughout his career. Luke found that during his career there was many products on the market to help with pain, but nothing that really hit the spot and made a difference. There is so much body pain out there in society and nothing the really make a difference so we decided to make one. The Point of Relief is ideal for athletes in any sport, pregnant women, tradies, shop assistance that stand, office workers that sit, practitioners with sore hands, nursing mothers or fathers, really anyone who suffers from pain and want to feel better.

 

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picture instruction on how to use: 

Trapezuis Muscle

Is between your neck and you shoulder. You will get release going up your neck and to your shoulder when you hit the right spots.
For shoulder pain, neck pain, headaches.

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For a stronger release try laying on the floor and sweeping your arm up and down.

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Neck Front & Back

Ideal for head aches, sore shoulders, wry necks and general stiffness
Find your sore spots and hold on them, give the Point a little wiggle too.

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Start releasing the back of your neck by using the flat side of the Point. If you need more pressure, then move to the pointy end. Take it nice and easy to start with until you find your spots.

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Tibialis Anterior or Tib Ant

Great release for runner and cyclists. Start by using the flat side of the Point and then if you want more pressure use the Point. Make sure you work all the way up and down the muscle towards you knee and ankle.

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Teres Major and Minor

Great for frozen shoulder and for any throwing or spiking sports. Use the flat side first so you can roll over to hit all your spots. If you want a stronger release then give the Point a go, ouch!!!

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​Rhomboids

Great release for frozen shoulder, neck pain, throwing sports and nursing mothers. Be sure to work up and down the muscle, not just one point.

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Quadriceps

Start by using the flat side of the Point. Bending your leg while on those sore spots will give a great release.

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For a more intense and deep release try using the point end, ouch!!!

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Quadriceps – VMO Muscle

In addition to the general Quad release above, try the VMO technique below and be sure to bend your knee when you hit the good spots.

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​QL – Quadratus Lumborum

This is the muscle running up and down both sides of your spine from your lower back up to your middle back. Great release for lower back pain and inflexibility.
The first picture shows the width of the muscle and then the other show the height and technique, notice the bent legs. Be sure to work up and down both sides of the muscle, not just the sore spots.

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​Plantar Fascia

A painful but worthwhile release for Plantar Fasciitis and Policemans Heel. Make sure you work all around the sole of your foot, the trigger points and sore spots will be everywhere. Moving your toes up and down, as shown in the picture during the pressure will give you a better release.

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​Pectoralis Major and Minor

An important release for those in the gym a lot working on their chest. Also for throwing sports and spiking sports.
Start with a relaxed arm and find all your sore spots. To make it more intense simply move your arm slowly higher out to the side until above your head.

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​Latts – Latissimus Dorsi

Great for golfers rotation, throwing and spiking sports, gymnasts nursing Mums and frozen shoulder.
​be sure to work all the way up and down the muscle, it’s longer than you think.

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​ITB – Iliotibial Band

The ITB can be a painful release so ease into it. Great for golfers rotation, jumpers, runners or anyone with a sore back.
First try the standing release in Picture 1, then try sitting with straight legs as in Picture 2 and slowly roll onto your side as in Picture 3. be sure to work all the way up and down the ITB, hip to knee!

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Super Intense ITB Realease, OUCH!

For a super release, place the Point of Relief next to the spot you want to hit. Then slowly roll over onto it.

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Gluteus Maximus, Medius & Piriformis

Fantastic versatile release for back pain, golfers swing freedom, running and jumping sports, everyone really!

Start standing and lean against a wall so you can moderate your pressure easily, shown in Picture 1. When you’re ready for a deep and stronger release lay down with your knees bent, place the Point under your bum, move to find your sore spots, then let your knee drop out to the side to really hit the spot!!!

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For an even more intense release try the Figure 4 Gulte Release, ouchy!!!!!

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Calves or Gastrocnemius

Great release for runners, jumpers or just anyone with sore feet and knees really. Tight calves can even cause you back pain!
make sure you work all round the calf, inside, outside, middle and up and down. To increase pressure just cross over your other foot. Make sure your heels are off the ground for the best pressure.

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Tricepts

Good for frozen shoulder, golfers elbow, tennis elbow and any throwing or spiking sports.
Start using the flat side of the Point and then try the pointed end for a stronger release. Be sure to bend and straighten your arm when you find a good spot

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​TFL – Tensor Fasciae Latae

Great release for lower back pain and knee pain.
Be sure to put the Point quite wide on you leg, you can also slightly roll onto it when you find a good spot. Bending the knee when on the sore spots will help the release.

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Facial and Jaw Release

Good for head aches and has been said to help back pain. It can be a hard spot to find but you’ll know when you do. Be sure to open and close your mouth once you find your spot to get the best release.

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Hamstring Attachment

Good for back pain, sore knees, runners and jumpers.
Start by using the flat side as shown in the pictures and if you want to stronger release then use the pointy end. Make sure you bend and straighten the knee to get the best release.

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Hamstring Belly and Lower Attachment

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