First off, you should make sure that the chair can specifically cater to your needs. When you head down to a retailer, more often then not you will see a massage chair outside the shop. The purpose of this is to allow visitors to try it out before buying it. And that's what you should do. Take five minutes out to try it out. After the duration is done, ask yourself if it can reach the exact areas where you experience the most pain. On top of this, gauge how relieving you feel the massage to be. You also need to judge whether or not the pain subsides for a fairly long period of time. Some manufacturers also provide add ons, such as leg massagers. If you feel you might need this, then this is definitely a plus point. Take your time to decide, because after all, you don't have to buy the chair on the spot. You can just as easily buy it Online.
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