Neuro Ball

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The Neuro Ball can be used as a release ball to roll under your feet, in the palms of your hands or over your calves. You can also split the ball into two dome shapes for a stationary tool that gives you more control over pressure and static holds while specifically targeting an area like the sole of your foot. You can also use the bonus RAD Micro Round to further target hard-to-reach areas between the small bones of your feet and hands for a comprehensive, multi-treatment approach to giving yourself the best care and maximum relief.

Naboso’s patent-pending technology covers the surface of the Neuro Ball for enhanced sensory stimulation. 

Split it in two for stationary exercises that let you work both feet simultaneously or use it for rolling techniques all over the body. Bonus, inside the Neuro Ball is a firm  Micro Round for detail work. 

With so many nerves in your hands and feet finding the right density balance is critical. The Neuro Ball is firm enough to be effective, soft enough to be comfortable. 

  • 2.6 inch diameter
  • 5.6 ounces

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  • 5
    Happily surprised

    Posted by Nico on 19th Aug 2023

    I must say that I didn't have much expectations and given the high price tag I was at odds before purchasing. But I must say that I'm very happily surprised. Every round of exercises proves to be super relieving. It helps my foot with plantar fasciitis a lot and I'm impressed. So it was worth it.

  • 5
    Excellent tool

    Posted by Guillaume Tual on 9th Nov 2021

    This is the best and most versatile release ball on the market. The Naboso texture really enhances skin stimulation and blood flow. It's a great size to roll feet, hands and calves. The ability to split the ball in half is awesome for releasing tension of tissues and mobilise joints in the feet. The extra small rad ball is convenient for small muscle areas like, palm of hands, forearms, jaw or back of head. Overall, I use it when I'm at my desk, waiting for a client or just standing. My clients love the ball too! A must have in your toolbox.