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Welcome to our information page for practitioners and other professionals. We supply our massagers to Australia, New Zealand and all of Europe.
To put in a practitioner order please see the section to the right. The following is general information about practitioner ordering.
Our main concern is that our massagers are serious pieces of equipment that should be used with proper professional advice. We do not want people getting our massagers then self diagnosing and self managing problems. Because of this we only supply wholesale where a person purchasing the massager can obtain appropriate advice or referral. We do not supply shops or pharmacies.
We are very happy selling to a clinic where there is a degree qualified practitioner such as a Chiropractor, Physiotherapist or an Osteopath. We are usually happy with supplying a masseur or another complementary practitioner who deals with musculo-skeletal problems as long as they have significant qualifications.
Allied professional (eg Personal Trainer, Corporate Health)
If you work in an allied area such as the fitness industry or corporate health please talk to us. As an example we would be happy if a personal trainer was supplying clients for the purpose of pre and post exercise massage, with those who had significant problems were referred to an appropriate professional. We would not be happy if a gym were to sell them at the front counter with only an unqualified customer service person advising.
Email us on email@example.com or use the practitioner enquiry button on this page to request our current practitioner/wholesale price list.
Orders for sporting clubs will need to be in the name of a responsible professional such as the club doctor, chiropractor or physiotherapist
Don't ask us for supplies to sell online. You cannot examine people or supply the appropriate advice online.How To Order
An introduction to patient home usage
We are happy to provide a free sample machine to professionals who have a degree or equivalent and regularly deal with musculo-skeletal problems (one per clinic) If you are a practitioner without a degree we are still very happy to offer you massagers at our very generous practitioner rates. Please email us or use the practitioner orders section - see below for options.
Request a Sample for Yourself
Request a Sample for a Colleague
How to Order
Australia or New Zealand
All you need to do is call us on (03) 5116 1298, email us firstname.lastname@example.org or use the practitioner/professional enquiry button to let us know what you need and we'll take care of it.
For orders we have an un-linked "hidden" practitioners only web page with an ordering facility. Please email us on email@example.com or use the enquiries button to ask us for this.
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Click the button below to view our practitioner enquiry form.GO TO Practitioner Enquiry FORM
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Video: Practitioners Introduction
Student practitioners (eg. Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Osteopathy)
Dr Graeme was a student so he looks after students very well. He would like to be able to give every student doing a degree in a musculo-skeletal discipline a massager. That will come, but would take thousands of massagers so we will start off in stages. In the mean we offer students our massagers at practically cost price, plus have developments in the pipeline. Details follow.
“Cost price” massagers
If you are a student doing we have a very special price, postage free. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to organise this.
Massagers for your course
DrGraeme provides massagers free of charge for colleges and universities to use in their courses. Our massagers are used in Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Myotherapy, and Exercise Physiology courses in Australia and Europe. If you would like to see DrGraeme massagers in your course or training clinic please email email@example.com
When you graduate
We are happy to provide a sample massager to any degree qualified practitioner who deals with musculoskeletal problems (one per clinic). Please contact us when you are graduating.
We would love to be able to give every student clinician a massager as he or she enters student clinic. We will get there eventually, but in the mean time we will where possible make sure courses and training clinics have sufficient massager to use.
Why home massage?
Please allow me to share with you the problems I had in practice that started me on developing a serious massager for home use. Like most practitioners I had patients with extensive chronic soft tissue changes. They required prolonged sessions of soft tissue therapy repeated regularly over a long period of time, which as something I couldn't do. If they didn't get that they wouldn't get better. They would continue to relapse and eventually try someone else.
I could send them to the local masseur - they did a great job - but they still take time and charge a fee. Mr or Mrs Chronic Patient still wouldnt get the number of repetitions he or she needed, and there was the potential for conflicting management opinions, the masseur was seen as the "expert on muscles", and patients would think their problem was "muscular".
That is why I developed the idea of having a serious massager capable of home use. I could prescribe soft tissue work for patients. I retained the "expertise on muscles" and management. The patients could now get all the soft tissue they needed, and best of all they became much easier to manage and got better.
Use it on yourself first
There is no better way to understand and build confidence in self massage than to use the massager on yourself.
Suggested patient usages
- Chronic soft tissue needs
- Assist rehabilitatiion
- Pre- and /or post exercise or sports "just like the professionals"
- After work to help counteract the affects of manual labour, prolonged sitting and so forth
- General relaxation and maintenance
How to introduce them
We do not want any clinics just treating our massagers as a retail item. Ideally clinicians should be using the massagers and making them part of patient management. They should be recommended, just like any other advice or recommendation a clinician might make.
Palpate a trigger point or other tender part of the muscle ("ouch"). Ask the patient to hold the massager on the spot for about 30 seconds. Re-palpate pointing out the difference. Explain that it is something a patient can do at home to supplement your care.
Massager in Reception
Have a massager plugged in able to be used in reception. Make sure reception staff have used one so they understand and can help. You might even get people coming in 20 minutes early to have a massage before a consultation, relaxing the muscles and making the consultation easier.