Achedaway Reviews from fellow Therapist
Desmond Diaz, LMT
Massage therapist for the OL Reign and owner of massage Pro Medical. In my work, I utilize a lot of tools for efficiency especially in the sports realm, and Massage guns are high on the list. I have Theraguns, Hyperice, Achedaway, and more, and right now, I'm working a lot more with the achedaway gun. It's strong like the TG, and quiet like the HV, and a lot cheaper than either one. I have my clients get them for themselves at home as well. It's a sturdy, great tool with good battery life as well. I'd definitely recommend this gun.
Don Butzner, LMT
As an orthopedic and sports massage therapist focused on maximizing performance for the clients and athletes I work with, I am always on the lookout for tools and equipment that can positively facilitate the work I do. I am a big believer in quality vibration and percussion tools. My arsenal includes a VibraCussor, Hypervolt, TheraGun, Rapid Release Tool, and, most recently added, an Achedaway percussion tool. I can say without a doubt that for vibration treatments, the Rapid Release is my go-to. For percussion, it is now the Achedaway over the TheraGun and Hypervolt for sure. Having the same travel as the TheraGun but with more options for speed, a better battery life so far, and being MUCH quieter, it checks all the boxes and, I feel, provides better treatment than both the TheraGun and Hypervolt. For my clinic, this one is a keeper!
Rodger Fleming, ATC, LMT
As a massage therapist and athletic trainer, I’ve been spoiled with the Hypervolt until I used the Achedaway. Very surprised at how quiet it was compared to the Hypervolt. Also impressive was the ability to self-regulate the intensity as the pressure was applied to the body part. Not going to just toss the Hypervolt but the Achedaway is definitely my preferred massage gun.
Jenny Mapes, LMT
Our massage therapists love the Achedaway brand compared to others as it has a smoother vibration making it more comfortable for our patients, longer-lasting battery life, and a smaller grip circumference for holding the machine in their hands.