Anatomy of the Muscletrac: Why It Works
Each individual component of the Muscletrac plays a role in the TRAC technology-built device. From flexing around the muscles to pinpointing trigger points and knots, the wheels, rod, tread(s), and handles are key to the success of the Muscletrac.
The individually articulating wheels are the workhorse behind the Muscletrac. Years of research, experimentation, fabrication and clinical testing have gone into designing the proper form of the wheel. Each wheel is a series of segmented treads uniformly separated with a contoured platform. The tread is strategically designed to penetrate the muscle and fascia while the space between the treads segmentally stretches the underlying tissue.
The rod around which the wheels articulate is made of a specialized material which allows the wheels to flex around the muscles yet rebound back to it’s original shape.
The contoured platform of the tread is designed to provide neuro-stimulation of the superficial sensory nerves to stimulate the muscle for performance.
The handles are ergonomically designed to provide maximum comfort and control. When a light pressure is applied onto the handle, you can actually "feel" the lesions through the Muscletrac.