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Saturday, May 10th, 2008

Massage Therapist, Terry Kibiloski, recently reviewed the Human Touch back massage pad.

 “As a massage therapist, I can attest to the fact that the Human Touch HT-1470 is a well-designed back massager that provides a full-back kneading and rolling massage to all of the major muscles in your back, including the lower trapezius, latissimus dorsi, rhomboids major and minor, erector spinae group, infraspinatus, thoracolumbar aponerosis, spinalis, longissimus, illiocostalis, and lower regions of the multifidi, rotatores, and semispinalis capitis. If you choose to only massage certain muscle group areas, you can quickly customized the massage experience, using the ultra-slim controller, by choosing either a low-back, mid-back, or full-back massage, with or without heat.Back Massage Pad

In addition to the deep-tissue massage that this unit provides, we especially like the ultra-slim, ergonomic design, its memory foam seat pad, and the well-designed controller that tucks out of the way in its own pocket attached to the side of the seat cushion. With its two-year warranty, this back massage pad is built to last. When you sit in it, you feel like you are sitting in the seat of a luxury sports car. The memory foam hugs your buttocks and provides a very comfortable sitting experience. The quality look and feel of this unit will fit into any décor, which I am certain is one of the reasons it was a finalist in the 2008 Housewares Design Awards. You can position the HT-1470 on any chair or couch in your home or office. We especially like the experience it provided when position in our cushioned recliner.This is the first back massage pad we have found deserving of our coveted Computer Times Editors’ Choice award. Hats off to all of the folks at Human Touch who were instrumental in its design. For more information about this product and how to purchase, please visit www.humantouch.com.”  Excerpt from: http://computertimes.com/HumanTouchHT1470.htm. 

Friday, May 02nd, 2008

I own a Perfect Chair from Human Touch and it is fabulous! I love the Zero-Gravity position. It relaxes my whole spine and by just relaxing in Zero Gravity for a few minutes I feel relaxed and refreshed. I found recently that it not only works to make the spine feel better, but also relieves the common cold.

Human Touch Perfect ChairMy 3 year old son had been to the doctor 3 times in 3 days. He had a bronchial infection and was really congested. The doctor would not prescribe any cough suppressants because they wanted him to be able to get all the stuff out of his lungs. The second I would lay him down, he would start coughing uncontrollably. He was coughing so hard that he would throw up. The doctor suggested that I prop him up with pillows. This wasn’t working. He was still coughing and not comfortable lying in that position. I put my son in the Human Touch Perfect Chair and moved it next to the couch and put on a movie. He instantly stopped coughing! He was comfortable and fell asleep within 5 minutes. It was the best night of sleep we both got all week!

Asleep

It proves that the Zero Gravity Recliner can benefit more than just people with bad backs! – Jaime Torromeo – “Satisfied Customer”.

Thursday, May 01st, 2008

Human Touch® and Tim Clark are ready to “drive” awareness of everyday benefits of massage among recreational golfers and everyday consumers.

Tim Clark

32-year-old Tim Clark understands that integrating daily therapeutic massage into everyday life is key to overcoming the physical and psychological wear and tear of life on the PGA tour. Therapeutic massage is something Clark has successfully incorporated into his daily routine. Tim credits his speedy recovery from a back and neck injury in 2007 to his ability to retreat daily to his Human Touch HT-7450 Zero-Gravity massage chair.

Human Touch is dedicated to creating massage-based products that help people achieve a wellness lifestyle while catering to their specific design needs. See Tim Clark and his story on-line here: Tim Clark and Human Touch.