Pipedream Products has donated 150 powerful Jimmyjane muscle massagers to the emergency room staff of Los Angeles County and USC Medical Center (LAC+USC Medical Center), a 600-bed facility and premier academic teaching hospital serving mostly low-income and uninsured folks in Southern California. The donated massage wheels provide on-the-go tension relief to the nurses, residents and support staff on the frontlines of battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Jessica Osterman, MD, is Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine (Clinician Educator) and Assistant Residency Director for Emergency Medicine at LAC + USC Medical Center distributed the Jimmyjane Evoke Sol-O and Jimmyjane Evoke Rol-O Massage Wheels for to the ER staff over the weekend.

“It’s an honor to work with Dr. Osterman and provide these support tools to the staff at LAC+USC, who are working tirelessly right now,” Pipedream Products CEO Matthew Matsudaira says. “These doctors, nurses, and support staff are true heroes working day and night to care for Angelenos in the face of the COVID-19 outbreak. After learning about the sacrifices Dr. Osterman and her colleagues were making for our community, we realized one of the ways we could directly thank staff was to provide them with self-care tools they can use on-site and on the go.”

Unlike typical massagers, Jimmyjane Evoke Sol-O and Jimmyjane Evoke Rol-O are not sex toys – the premium silicone massage tools are designed to work out kinks and tension from smaller muscles, including the neck, shoulders, and calves, with ease.

“We are so thankful to Jimmyjane for this unique donation,” Dr. Osterman says. “Our doctors, nurses, and the staff who help the hospital run day and night are working harder than ever, and we’re always looking for ways to support them through their shifts. They lost their minds when they received their gifts! Everyone sends tons of gratitude.”