The World's First Hands-Free Arm Compression Massager
Provides Pain Relief On-The-Go!

The Fist Assist

Model FA-1

Arm compression health wearable prevents arm pain

FDA 510(k) Cleared

Now for Sale in the U.S.

Raynaud's Facts -

February is Raynaud’s Awareness Month

February is Raynaud’s Awareness Month

At Fist Assist Devices, LLC, we are joining the world in helping to raise attention about this condition and helping those who suffer from Raynaud’s Disease.

Raynaud’s is a condition that affects millions of people globally. People with Raynaud’s experience reduced circulation in their extremities, causing numbness, tingling, and even pain in their fingers and toes.  It affects up to ten percent of the population and can have an onset with people in their 20’s and early 30’s, and is often passed down through families, especially among women.

Frequent changes in temperature, particularly during winter months, can lead to poor circulation in the hands and fingers, resulting in coldness, numbness, and pain.

Now, in 2023, there’s a new solution on the market that improves arm and hand circulation and reduces the symptoms of Raynaud’s.

It’s the Fist Assist hands-free arm compression massager.  This innovative device has been designed with the latest technology to increase circulation in the arm, keeping your hands and fingers warm and reducing the symptoms of Raynaud’s. The arm compression wearable is lightweight, comfortable, and easy to use, making it perfect for those who suffer from uncomfortable cold and pain.

This Model FA-1 massager is clinically safe and effective and has been cleared by the FDA with a 510(k) rating.

Designed with your comfort in mind, this wearable increases circulation in the arm and reduces the discomfort of Raynaud’s symptoms. It’s made with a blend of breathable materials that allow you to wear it comfortably for up to two hours per day with a light shirt. 

Just place it on your arm, adjust it, and turn on the power button. 

It’s powered by two double A (AA) batteries (not included), and can be worn anywhere on the arm or wrist near your pain point. It provides intermittent compression and release of the nearby muscle to increase circulation. 

An automatic shut-off at one hour completes the safety profile.

So if you have, or you know someone who has Raynaud’s Disease, and chilled fingers and hands, this wearable device fits into your budget and can bring you relief on-the-go, whenever and wherever you need it.

Let’s help relieve the pain and discomfort of those with cold and painful fingers and hands.

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