Plexus Wheel+ by Chirp Surpasses $100,000 in Presales for Innovative Product Providing Relief for Back Pain Sufferers

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New version of the world’s best at-home solution to relieve back, neck and shoulder pain has attracted more than 11 times its campaign goal as successful crowdfunding continues

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Plexus Wheel+ keeps, maintains and helps correct the natural curvature of the spine, improving posture, flexibility, and mobility – while at the same time releasing the tension and stress in the back.

Crowdfunders looking for at-home relief for back pain have pushed presales of Plexus Wheel+ to more than $110,000 on Kickstarter – 11 times higher than the initial campaign goal.

“This is fantastic response from our crowdfunding supporters less than a week after our campaign launch, which shows there’s a real need for a product like this on the market,” said Plexus Wheel+ Inventor Tate Stock. “With so many people working at computers and in sedentary jobs these days, we’re sure to reach even more people who are looking for an easy, affordable at-home alternative to expensive massages that will ease their aching backs.”

Plexus Wheel+ features wheels that follow the natural curve of the spine and to fit perfectly between the shoulder blades – effectively providing relief because it tractions the spine and takes pressure off the discs in the spine.

“In this way, Plexus Wheel+ keeps, maintains and helps correct the natural curvature of the spine, improving posture, flexibility, and mobility – while at the same time releasing the tension and stress in the back,” Stock added.

Research shows that most backaches are caused by myofascial pain, which is an irritation caused by the overuse of the muscles that support the spine. Activities that require bending over, such as picking up after children, heavy lifting, slouching at a desk or any intense physical activity, can increase muscle stress, result in pain in the upper and lower back, as well as leading to degenerative or herniated discs.

The Plexus Wheel+ helps users release tension in their lower back, upper back and shoulders and message their legs – all while expanding their chest and strengthening their core. In addition to overall strengthening of the core muscles, other benefits include improving posture, achieving better balance and the ability to use Plexus Wheel + to target specific ailments like tension headaches.

Stock developed a series of videos that illustrate the various stretches and exercises that can be done with the Plexus Wheel+ -- courses that will continually be updated to provide a never-ending list of things to do with a Plexus Wheel+.

Since creating the original Plexus Wheel over three years ago, the company has fulfilled more than 100,000 orders – at the same time receiving a lot of feedback from customers.

“Everyone’s back is different, so we tripled the padding on the wheel and added a spinal canal to Plexus Wheel Plus,” he said. “Users looking for relief from back pain will enjoy our most comfortable wheel design yet, providing them with a more back-friendly experience while also providing a four-way stretch.”

For more information about Plexus Wheel+, or to take advantage of discounted pricing during crowdfunding, visit the Plexus Wheel+ Campaign Page on Kickstarter.

About Plexus Wheel
The development of Plexus Wheel began in a Utah garage in 2015 with inventor Tate Stock at the helm. The Plexus Wheel is one of the many pain relief products that fall under the Chirp brand. Based on intensive research and product development, the founder initially marketed the wheels to the yoga community to help them gain and maintain flexibility and balance. Today, more than 3,000 physical therapists, chiropractors and personal trainers use and recommend the Plexus Wheel. Their goal: Always have the client’s back! For more information, visit Chirp’s Plexus Wheel+ Campaign Page on Kickstarter.

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