Massage-Chair-Relief.Com announces the introduction of the brand new Infinite Therapeutics IT-8500 massage chair

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Infinite Therapeutics continues to innovate and unveil new and exciting massage chairs at breakneck speed and the industry is buzzing with excitement this week with the news that Infinite Therapeutics will be unleashing a brand new chair, the IT-8500.

Infinite Therapeutics continue to innovate and unveil new and exciting massage chairs at breakneck speed and the industry is buzzing with excitement this week with the news that Infinite Therapeutics will be unleashing a brand new chair, the IT-8500. As those interested in the industry have come to expect, Dr. Alan Weidner was the first to publically announce that his company, Massage-Chair-Relief, will be carrying the new IT-8500.

IT-8200’s Big Brother?

At first glance, the new IT-8500 appears to be an upgraded version of the IT-8200. The IT-8200 has been a very successful model in the short time it has been available for purchase, and many are speculating that the IT-8500 is being released in an effort to sustain this momentum and capitalize on the popularity.

Everything that made the IT-8200 such a popular chair will be included in the new IT-8500. This includes such features as zero gravity, mechanical foot rollers, and the application of heat to the lower lumbar muscles allowing for effective massage in half the time. Another feature that will remain is the ability to program the chair to massage for up to 45 minutes, the longest in the industry.

New Features From Infinite Therapeutics

The new features of the IT-8500 massage chair have never been on an Infinite Therapeutics chair before and some of them may well be completely new to the industry. Such features include the new Spinal Correction function. This feature is an industry leading, state of the art multi-functional spinal correction system. An upper body airbag retracts the shoulders, working in conjunction with the main back roller massagers and a shiatsu swivel seat. The combination of these elements results in a deeper and more satisfying spinal correction experience.

The next new feature of the IT-8500 is the Tru-Grip V Stretch. Again, this feature focuses on the spine but this time uses stretching rather than correction for relief. According to Infinite Therapeutics, this advanced programming offers a spinal stretch that is unsurpassed in the massage chair industry.

Listen To The Music

Music has always played a vital part in massage relaxation and the new IT-8500 addresses the importance of this combination. Although the IT-8200 provided an ample sound system, Infinite Therapeutics obviously felt that there was room for improvement. The Inter-Sound Technology of the IT-8500 is undoubtedly a step in the right direction. The redesigned sound system projects music inwardly and exclusively for the benefit of the user. Speakers are placed inwardly towards the user, where as the IT-8200’s speakers pointed outward.

The headphone port is another welcome addition to the IT-8500. From a practical standpoint, listening to amplified music is not always possible, and with the new headphone port, the Infinity IT-8500 offers “your world” privacy.

Stay Tuned

Dr. Alan Weidner announced on his website this week that once the IT-8500 has been delivered to the Massage-Chair-Relief showroom in Taylorsville, he will be posting a full review and explanation of the chair, in both video and text to help clarify these new features. So visit massage-chair-relief.com to be the first to hear the latest breaking news about this exciting new massage chair.

The Infinite Therapeutics IT-8500 will be priced at http://www.massage-chair-relief.com for an extremely competitive $3995. Dr. Weidner will also be offering an additional $300 discount for purchasing directly via his website.

For more information on the brand new Infinite Therapeutics IT-8500, contact Dr. Alan Weidner, founder and CEO of massage-chair-relief.com directly at 801-417-8240 or visit http://www.massage-chair-relief.com .

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