Millions of individuals suffer from poor arm circulation which can result in significant arm pain, in shoulders, elbows, wrists, fingers and associated muscles and ligaments. This includes those with health conditions such as arthritis and joint pain, cancer, carpal tunnel syndrome, diabetes, hypertension, Raynaud’s Disease, and repetitive strain injury. Numerous products are on the market such as squeeze balls, compression sleeves, and constriction bands, but none of them increase circulation and relieve arm pain. Other options require medical appointments or electricity, both of which tie the individual down to a place and time.
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. This is the world’s first wearable hands-free battery-powered arm massager that provides pain relief and improved circulation on-the-go. This device is safe and FDA 510(k) cleared and is now on sale for a recommended price of $99 in the United States.