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"First and foremost, I want to thank you for visiting our website. If you are on this website, you are seeking a way to manipulate the spine without damaging your own hand while maintaining a comfortable adjustment for your patients."
-Dr. Jeff Redenius DC, ATC
Transform Your Technique with Anterior Assist
The New Anterior Assist features a super soft and durable urethane performance pad for the ultimate in patient comfort.
Patent Pending technology with precision reinforcement segments allowing for optimal adjustments while maintaining soft impression.
Hand crafted and all natural finish using both tung and hemp oils instead of toxic varnish.
A portion of each sale goes to “Arbor Day Foundation” to continue the renewability of Anterior Assist tools
Features of the Anterior Assist
The Anterior Assist weighs only 4 ounces-- that is the equivalent to two tennis balls. The tool is 3 inches wide, 2 inches in height (similar to the fist of a chiropractor), and 7.5 inches in length. This tool is incredibly ergonomic for the clinician. It has a thumb recess for both left and right handed adjusters. It also has a long recess along one edge for the larger muscle soft tissue to help catch the soft tissue emollient to allow it to stay contained in one area.
The tool has a large recess for the spinal vertebrae to set in to allow a comfortable adjustment. Finally, we applied two magnets on the base of the Anterior Assist so the practitioner can place the tool in an easy to access location and not clutter their desk area.
Does your patient have a stiff back that won't adjust?
One of the best approaches is to adjust the patient against the wall while standing. This is also a great way to use the patient’s own body weight as a use for manipulation. The uses for this product are endless!
A comfortable & effective adjustment everytime
Do you have patients that are stiff as boards? Have you tried everything technique with minimal improvements? This is why we developed Anterior Assist. We all have patients with stubborn mid backs. Now you can finally offer superior care and pain relief, while protecting your hands!
There are many different ways to adjust a thoracic spine in the supine position. Our videos on YouTube show the different approaches top chiropractors are using– you just have to find what works for you!
Don't Take Our Word For ItWhat people are saying
Rated 4.9 stars from top chiropractors & physical therapists across America!
Save your hands! I’ve tried a few different tools through the years but this one I will keep. Very comfortable to use and more important the patients don’t feel like they are lying on a brick. Great for supine or standing anteriors. Love the magnets so I can hang it on the side of a cabinet and don’t have to go looking for it.
I like to use Anterior Assist on patients who are more stiff and difficult to move. I have found when using Anterior Assist I can move the bone much easier and I also don’t stress my own body doing so. I’m very satisfied!
As a practitioner I'm cognizant of the wear and tear adjusting can have on my body over time. The Anterior Assist protects my hand while adjusting and is comfortable for both me and my patient. My patients love it!
I've had several anterior thoracic tools over the last decade. I use them a few times and then they end up in the closet. When I got the anterior assist I liked it immediately because of the smooth contour and the natural feel from the wood.
Anterior Assist is a great one to have in your office! It is very versatile and saving years of wear and tear on my most valuable tool, my hands. I highly recommend for anyone who does soft tissue work and anterior adjusting Anterior Assist!