Scalene muscles – The muscles on the sides of the neck that control the bend of your neck


Thoracic outlet syndrome, torticollis or wry neck, decreased rotation, and general neck pain

Set up

Place the rollers on the frame attaching the long arm to the second point from the top, and the short arm to the second point from the bottom


With the logo and frame face up, place the rollers over the lateral muscles of the neck

Tip your head away from the target side, and hold the opposite hand static while compressing inwards

Roll the frame up and down the target side with the opposite side anchored 

For more intense massage use the wave roller, for less intensity use the flat roller.


Treat yourself

Muscle compression therapy creates micro-tears within the treated muscles. This increases blood flow and stimulates your bodies natural muscle recovery. This increased blood flow brings more nutrients to your muscles during the recovery process. This technique is used frequently in physiotherapy and remedial massage.

Listen to your body

The physiotherapy techniques Beartrap emulates can cause discomfort during treatment, know to therapists as biofeedback. Tighter muscles will experience more micro-tearing, and therefore more pain sensations during treatment. Conversely if the muscle is not as tight the pain response will be minimal. Use this feedback to learn where to treat, and how much compression to apply.

Use it everyday

Beartrap can be used everyday! Each muscle group can be treated safely once per day for 3-5 minutes at a time. If soreness from treatment is significant take a rest day, and decrease the compression you’re applying next time.

Mix it up

The best thing about Beartrap therapy is how adaptable it is. If you find a unique position that helps you relieve pain or increase mobility, add it to your daily treatment!