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HighHealer Portable Foot Therapy Device

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

Take care of your feet with the HighHealer Portable Foot Therapy Device. This 5-in-1 device enables you to exercise areas of your foot, ankle, and calf quickly and effectively. Its unique design is perfectly suited for both athletes and on-the-go people with or without foot and ankle issues or pain. Featuring a lightweight and portable design, HighHealer helps alleviate foot pain including, plantar fasciitis. Likewise, the personal foot care trainer helps you to effectively stretch out the muscles of the calf and the plantar fascia. HighHealer uses a soapstone roller to reduce inflammation and provide soothing relief to the inflamed tissue on your foot. The device also strengthens smaller muscles in your feet to help stabilize your foundation. Thanks to its built-in angles, HighHealer allows you to safely stretch your calf muscles without worrying about overstretching. To top it off, the versatile foot care device offers a relaxing foot massage whenever you need one.

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Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating:
4.8
Features :
5-in-1 foot training functions
Dimensions :
12.75 x 5.8 x 4.5 Inches
Weight :
3.5 Pounds
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