In this post, Dr. Weidner discusses the features of the Panasonic MA73 massage chair that allow it to double as a regular recliner, when the chair is turned off. He also demonstrates how easy it is to switch the MA73 from a massage chair to a recliner, and back again. Though consumers have been asking for this type of flexibility in massage chairs for years, Panasonic remains the only company, except for Human Touch, that has addressed the need for a massage chair to be just as comfortable when it’s turned off, and inactive, as it is when it’s turned on, and actively providing massage.
Dr. Alan Weidner gives a thorough review, sprinkled with personal observations, of the Panasonic MA73 massage chair.
In this post, Dr. Weidner discusses, in some detail, the major differences between two Panasonic massage chair models, the new MA73, and its predecessor, the MA70.
Dr. Weidner covers the latest news and notes in this week’s issue of the Massage Chair Industry Update. Which massage chair has a new color option available, and what’s up with 4D rollers? Find out the answers to these questions, and many more, by watching now.
Dr. Weidner answers 3 new questions in this week’s Mail Bag.
Dr. Weidner demonstrates how the rollers of the Panasonic MA70 uniquely massage the trapezia muscles at the top of the shoulders. Only chair that does that!
More and more folks are asking about a massage chair that doesn’t look like a massage chair, but can double as a regular recliner. I think that as more shoppers come into the marketplace, there will be more of a relative demand for that type of massage chair. Aesthetics are important to people and making […]
Dr. Weidner discusses the Infinity Iyashi, the IT-8500, the Inada DreamWave, and the Panasonic MA70 in this week’s Mail Bag.
Looking for a chair that can double as a regular recliner? Take a look at the Panasonic MA70’s dual functionality.
Dr. Weidner demonstrates the 3D roller function in the popular Panasonic MA70 model.