2023 brings a break-through for arm pain with the World's first wearable, battery-powered, hands-free, FDA 510(k) cleared portable arm compression massager
Tej Singh, MD MBA, Stanford trained vascular surgeon and Founder and CEO of Fist Assist Devices, LLC has invented a battery-powered arm compression wearable that provides intermittent focused massage of various parts of the arm to increase arm circulation and reduce arm pain.
- Takes two AA batteries (not included)
- One button ON, massage lasts for one hour
- Automatic turn-off
- Recommended usage up to 2 hours per day with a light shirt or blouse sleeve
Suggested retail price: $99
Now available for sale in the United States
For those with Health Conditions
For Gamers and Athletes
Millions of individuals suffer from poor arm circulation which can result in significant arm pain. This includes those with health conditions such as:
- Arthritis and joint pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Raynaud’s Disease
- Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
Numerous products on the market are used by people who do not easily benefit from effective results in improved arm circulation and pain reduction:
- Squeeze balls do the trick, but they require lots of squeezing, the use of one hand, and most balls end up with the dog
- Compression sleeves are popular among athletes, but they serve to limit swelling, and do nothing for circulation
- Arm constriction bands reduce vein circulation, used mostly among weight lifters, and hurt with extended use with no circulation improvement
- Electric massagers increase circulation and reduce pain but require electricity, one hand to use, and are not portable
- Professional massage can work if done properly but is expensive and requires an appointment
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About Your Presenter
Tej Singh, MD is a Stanford University trained Vascular Surgeon who has invented the world's first wearable arm compression massager that increases arm circulation and reduces arm pain on-the-go. His company, Fist Assist Devices, LLC has created intellectual property on its novel compression devices and has completed extensive safety, clinical trial and international regulatory approvals. The Model FA-1 arm compression massager has is FDA 510(k) cleared and safe for arm massage.
Dr. Singh's FA-1 massager is featured on two websites.
For patients with arm circulation issues due to repetitive strain injury (RSI), Raynaud's disease, hypertension, cancer, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis and joint pain, diabetes, and other health conditions.
For gamers whose extensive hours of gaming many days of the week create or exacerbate shoulder, arm, elbow, wrist, and finger pain due to repetitive and stressed motions while playing.