The Trigger Point Rocker is a patent-pending device that combines my hands-on clinical experience with thousands of screaming backs, plus the science behind myofacial trigger points on our bodies. After years of research, many prototypes and real feedback from beta testers, the "ahh moment" is coming to your home.

Hear from people using the Trigger Point Rocker already!









The TPR's (Trigger Point Rocker's) top two knobs work to target pressure points in the neck (suboccipital muscles) often correlated with the many hours spent looking at our phones/devices, sitting poorly at work or at home, and driving.


The second group of four knobs on the Trigger Point Rocker aim to target pressure points in the shoulders and upper back (thoracic spine). The tightness we experience in the shoulders and upper back is often correlated with hunching, computer/desk work, improper form while working out, carrying a child or a heavy purse. 


The last group of six knobs on the TPR aim to target pressure points in the lower back (lumbar spine), which are commonly associated with: poor posture when we're on our feet or sitting, frequent bending forward, and heavy lifting.


Below is a table that represents what our estimated shipping costs are for this campaign. These shipping costs are based on our projections of sales amount as well as an average of ranges for shipping costs we've attained, thus these shipping costs are subject to change depending on our final results. Our goal is to make this process as transparent and accurate as possible, without any false promises or unexpected changes. After your purchase on Kickstarter, we will be sending you a BackerKit.com survey which will securely process your address and shipping payment.

We have been working on the Trigger Point Rocker since 2017. From 3d prints, to plaster molds to real sample molds and years of testing, tweaking and iterating over and over again until we found the perfect solution. Thank you to everyone that has helped us, from the random gym-goers to our beta-testers. Now the real fun begins with our Kickstarter campaign and hopefully being able to mass produce the TPR.