The ProStretch is a simple device proven to stretch the lower leg muscles easier and more effectively than other conventional methods. Physical therapists, athletic trainers, podiatrists, and other medical professionals have come to rely on ProStretch for treating and preventing lower leg and foot injuries. It is effective at treating a variety of ailments, such as:
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Shin Splints
- Achilles Tendonitis
- Tight Calf Muscles
- Tight Hamstrings
- Fallen Arches
- Strained Calf
Key FeaturesBi-Lateral: The ProStretch Bi-Lateral Stretching System is a unique leg-stretching machine designed to stretch the lower leg muscles. It allows an easy and effective way to treat and prevent lower leg and foot injuries. The bi-lateral version allows you to vary your stretching levels and exercises with the ability to stretch one foot at a time or both simultaneously. When stretching one leg at a time, you can also use your other foot to help control the stretch for a greater workout.
Patented Design: The patented design of the ProStretch Bi-Lateral Stretching System has been used by athletes, physical therapists and podiatrists worldwide to treat and prevent a variety of lower leg and foot injuries such as fallen arches, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis and more. The unique design aligns the foot in the optimal position to enhance the stretch of the lower leg and foot muscles.
Portable: The small size and design of the ProStretch Bi-Lateral Stretching System also make this stretching machine very portable. At only 5lbs, it is very lightweight, ideal for taking with you wherever you go, from home to the gym, office and more. This also makes it ideal for standing workstations as you can stretch easily while working and then take it home with you when you're done.
Low Cost: In comparison to the other two leg-stretching machines on our list the ProStretch Bi-Lateral Stretching System is the least expensive of the lot. This makes it a great option for those looking for leg-stretching machines who are on a budget, particularly if you want to target your low leg muscles.