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Plyopic Massage Ball Set

7. Caring for Your Balls

To wash your Plyopic Massage Balls after use, just use soap and warm water and allow them to dry in the open air.

8. Important Warnings

Our Educational Content is Not Meant or Intended for Medical Advice or Treatment. Every patient's case is unique and each patient should follow his or her doctor's specific instructions. Please discuss nutrition, medication and treatment options with your doctor to make sure you are getting the proper care for your particular situation. The information on this site does not replace your doctor's specific instructions.

Consult your doctor before using this product and starting any new exercise to make sure it won't interfere with any other ongoing treatment. If you have any pre-existing health conditions that might be worsened by using the massage balls, then it is best to consult a medical specialist before purchasing or using one. Individuals with mobility issues might struggle to use them effectively and safely. Those with chronic conditions or disease such as skin lesions or lacerations, eczema, sunburns or contagious skin conditions, advanced diabetes, osteoporosis or undergoing chemotherapy should consult their doctor before trying self myofascial release.

Avoid using Plyopic Massage Balls over the site of any recent tissue damage such as a broken bone, a bruise, or a wound. Care should be taken with deep work on persons with fragile or brittle bones. Avoid using the spiky ball if you have acute inflammation, severe bruising or joint pathology. Areas of internal organic problems should be avoided. If there is any doubt consult your physician or health professional.

Exercises should be pain free, leaving the targeted muscles feeling lighter and more relaxed afterward. Any application that directly addresses myofascial (soft-tissue or muscular) problems (such as neuromuscular, deep tissue, trigger point, or similar therapies) may be painful when treating problem areas; the pain comes not from the work itself but from the tissue pathology. If you have serious or intense pain you should consult your physician or health professional. 

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