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JP4056285B2
JP4056285B2 JP2002118191A JP2002118191A JP4056285B2 JP 4056285 B2 JP4056285 B2 JP 4056285B2 JP 2002118191 A JP2002118191 A JP 2002118191A JP 2002118191 A JP2002118191 A JP 2002118191A JP 4056285 B2 JP4056285 B2 JP 4056285B2
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二千武 稲田
康夫 藤井
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[0001]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a massage machine for treating the body of a user.
[0002]
[Prior art]
In recent years, chair-type massage machines have become widespread. FIG. 15 is a perspective view showing an example of the configuration of this type of massage machine. As shown in FIG. 15, the chair-type massage machine 101 is mainly composed of a seat portion 102 and a backrest portion 103. On both sides of the seat portion 102, armrest portions 104 are provided. A massage mechanism (not shown) is provided inside the backrest 103. The user sits on the seat 102 and uses the massage machine 101 using the armrest 104 as an arm rest. Further, the lower end portion of the backrest portion 103 is pivotally supported at the rear portion of the seat portion 102 so that the backrest portion 103 can be reclined.
[0003]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
However, the conventional massage machines as described above often have a problem that the armrest 104 is not provided with a treatment device such as a vibrator, and the arm of the user cannot be treated. .
[0004]
Further, when the backrest 103 is tilted (reclining), the upper body of the user is also tilted accordingly, so that the arm of the user is moved on the armrest 104. Therefore, even when a treatment device such as a vibrator is provided on the armrest 104, before and after the backrest 103 is tilted, the treatment location by the treatment device may be a different part of the arm of the user. Even if the arm of the user can be treated by the treatment device before the backrest 103 is tilted, the treatment device is separated from the arm of the user after the tilt and the treatment cannot be performed. There was a problem such as.
[0005]
In addition, there is a massage machine in which a treatment device that can move substantially in the front-rear direction is provided on the upper surface of the armrest portion 104. In such a massage machine, the treatment device is moved according to the inclination of the backrest portion 103, and the back Even if it is possible to treat substantially the same position of the arm part of the user before and after the tilted part 103 is tilted by the treatment device, but the armrest part 104 is short in the front and rear, after the tilted part 103 is tilted, etc. In some cases, the arm portion of the user is separated from the armrest portion 104 due to an insufficient length of the armrest portion 104, and the armrest portion 104 cannot sufficiently perform the role of the armrest.
[0006]
In addition, the armrest portion 104 is generally shaped like a rod that is long in the front and back, and its upper surface is used as a arm rest for the user, so that a treatment device such as a vibrator is provided on the armrest portion 104. However, in many cases, only the lower part of the arm portion of the user is treated, and almost all of the arm portion cannot be treated.
[0007]
The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and can treat the arm of the user, and even when the backrest is tilted, it is almost the same as the site before tilting. It aims at providing the massage machine which can treat a site | part.
[0008]
Another object of the present invention is to provide a massage machine that can hold the arm of the user even when the arm of the user moves due to, for example, tilting of the backrest. There is.
[0009]
Still another object of the present invention is to provide a massage machine capable of treating substantially the entire arm portion of a user.
[0010]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
  The massage machine according to the present invention is a chair-type massage machine including a seat portion and a backrest portion that can be tilted with respect to the seat portion, in a direction substantially the same as the tilting direction of the backrest portion. A holding portion that is movable and holds the arm portion of the user; and a treatment portion that is provided on the holding portion and treats the arm portion of the user.A backrest side guide rail provided along a side of the backrestWithThe holding portion is movably attached to the backrest side guide rail, and is configured to be able to move along the backrest guide rail according to the inclination of the backrest portion.It is characterized by that.
[0011]
In the massage machine according to the present invention, since the holding part can move in substantially the same direction as the tilting direction of the backrest part, when the holding part moves with the tilting of the backrest part, The relative position between the arm part and the holding part of the user hardly changes before and after the backrest part is tilted. Therefore, even when the backrest portion is tilted, it is possible to treat almost the same portion as the portion before tilting by the treatment portion.
[0012]
In addition, since the holding portion can move while holding the arm portion of the user, the arm portion of the user can be held even when the arm portion of the user moves. Can do.
[0013]
  Also,The holding part moves the backrest side guide rail provided along the side part of the backrest part according to the tilting of the backrest part, so that the user is treated when the backrest part tilts. The holding part moves according to the shoulder position. That is, it becomes possible to move the holding portion while maintaining the posture before tilting substantially, and the posture of the user after tilting can be made natural.
[0014]
  Moreover, in the said invention, it further provided the seat part side guide rail provided in the both sides of the said seat part, so that the said holding | maintenance part can move along the said seat part side guide rail, It is desirable that the seat portion side guide rail be engaged.
[0015]
  When the backrest is tilted backward, the arm portion of the user also moves substantially backward along with this. Therefore, by adopting a configuration in which the holding part is moved along the seat part side guide rail extending substantially in the front-rear direction, the holding part moves substantially in the front-rear direction while holding the arm part of the user. It is possible to make it. Therefore, it is possible to tilt the backrest portion while keeping the natural posture of the user.
[0017]
Moreover, in the said invention, it is desirable for the said holding | maintenance part to make it the structure which has comprised the shape which can cover a user's arm part. Furthermore, in this case, it is desirable that the treatment part is provided in the holding part so that the arm part of the user can be treated over substantially the whole. Thereby, it becomes possible to treat the arm part of a to-be-treated person over substantially the whole.
[0018]
Moreover, in the said invention, the said holding | maintenance part can be set as the structure which has the 1st holding | maintenance part which hold | maintains a user's upper arm, and the 2nd holding | maintenance part which hold | maintains a user's forearm. Further, in this case, the first holding portion and the second holding portion are pivotally attached, or the first holding portion and the second holding portion are flexible. It is desirable to further comprise a connecting part for connecting the two.
[0019]
The bending angle of the elbow of the user changes before and after the backrest tilts. Therefore, in the case of the above configuration, since the angle formed by the first holding unit and the second holding unit can be changed, the first holding unit and the second holding unit before and after the backrest portion is tilted. By changing the angle formed by the user, the user can change the elbow flexion angle before and after the backrest is tilted. Therefore, it is possible to tilt the backrest portion while keeping the natural posture of the user.
[0022]
Moreover, in the said invention, it is desirable to set it as the structure further equipped with the universal joint which connects the other end of the said connection member, and the said seat part with the substantially rod-shaped connection member by which one end was connected to the said holding | maintenance part. As a result, the connecting member can tilt in any direction with the universal joint as a fulcrum, so that the holding portion can be moved in various directions.
[0023]
In this case, it is desirable that the support bar is configured to be able to expand and contract. Thereby, it becomes possible to adjust the position of a holding | maintenance part according to a user's physique.
[0024]
Moreover, in the said invention, it is desirable that the said holding | maintenance part is comprised so that it can expand-contract in the longitudinal direction of the arm part of the hold | maintained user. This allows many parts of the user's arm part to be held by the holding part when in use (when the holding part holds the arm part of the user). In the state where the holding part is not holding the arm part of the user, the holding part can be made compact.
[0025]
Moreover, in the said invention, it is desirable that the said holding | maintenance part is comprised so that it can rotate to the direction of the arm periphery of the hold | maintenance user's arm part. Thereby, it becomes possible to adjust the treatment site | part of a user's arm part.
[0026]
Moreover, in the said invention, it is desirable that the said holding | maintenance part is comprised by the cloth-like member. Thereby, for example, in the case where the holding part is arranged on the armrest, and for the purpose of treating the body part other than the arm part of the user without holding the arm part of the user by the holding part When using a massage machine, since the holding part is thin, it does not interfere with the user's armrest.
[0027]
Moreover, in the said invention, the said treatment part can be set as the structure which has an air bag which can expand | swell and shrink | contract.
[0028]
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
[0029]
(Embodiment 1)
FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a massage machine according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1, the massage machine 1 according to Embodiment 1 is mainly composed of a seat portion 5, a backrest portion 6, and a footrest 7. The seat portion 5 is configured such that a cushion portion 5c is arranged on the upper portion of a base 5b having rod-like leg portions 5a arranged horizontally on both sides of the lower portion thereof. The cushion portion 5c has an interior material (not shown) made of urethane foam, sponge, or polystyrene foam placed on the upper surface of the base 5b, and further this is raised polyester tricot, synthetic leather, natural leather, or the like It is comprised by covering with the exterior material which consists of.
[0030]
On the upper front side of the seat portion 5, an upper end portion of a footrest 7 for massaging the ankle and calf of the user is pivotally attached. Thereby, the footrest 7 can be rotated back and forth around its upper end.
[0031]
Further, a backrest 6 is provided at the rear of the seat 5. The backrest 6 is sized so that when an adult with a general physique sits on the massage machine 1 to support the upper body of the user, a part of the adult's body does not protrude outside. It has a generally rectangular shape when viewed from the front. The lower end portion of the backrest portion 6 is pivotally supported by a lateral pivot on the rear portion of the seat portion 5, and the reclining portion 6 can be reclining back and forth by rotating the backrest portion 6 around the pivot. Yes.
[0032]
A massage mechanism 8 is provided inside the backrest 6. The details of the configuration of the massage mechanism 8 are described in, for example, Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2000-350756, and the description thereof is omitted here.
[0033]
Further, guide rails 9 extending substantially in the front-rear direction are provided on both sides of the seat portion 5. Each guide rail 9 is engaged with a holding portion 10 for holding the arm portion of the user.
[0034]
The configuration of the holding unit 10 will be described in more detail. FIG. 2 is a perspective view illustrating the configuration of the holding unit 10. As shown in FIG. 2, the holding unit 10 is mainly composed of a first holding part 11 for holding the upper arm of the user and a second holding part 12 for holding the forearm of the user. Yes. The first holding portion 11 has a substantially C-shaped substantially semi-cylindrical shape in cross-sectional view, and one end thereof is attached to a position above the guide rail 9 of the backrest portion 6.
[0035]
The opening of the first holding part 11 (the missing part extending in the longitudinal direction) has a width slightly larger than the thickness of the upper arm of a general physique, and the opening of the second holding part 12 is generally The width is slightly larger than the forearm thickness of an adult with a typical physique. Therefore, it is possible to insert the upper arm and forearm of the user into the first holding portion 11 and the second holding portion 12 from the respective openings.
[0036]
FIG. 3 is an enlarged perspective view showing a structure for attaching the first holding portion 11 to the backrest 6. A rotating metal fitting 13a is pivotally attached to one end portion of the first holding portion 11 at its central portion. The rotating metal fitting 13a has a shape in which both ends of a substantially square plate-like member are bent into a substantially crank shape. That is, both end portions of the rotating metal fitting 13a are stepped portions that protrude in one direction. A roller 13b is pivotally attached to each of the protruding side of the stepped portion.
[0037]
Therefore, the rotary fitting 13a can be rotated around the mounting shaft for the first holding portion 11, and each roller 13b can also be rotated with respect to the rotary fitting 13a.
[0038]
FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view showing a mounting structure of the first holding portion 11 with respect to the backrest portion 6. As shown in FIG. 4, the roller 13 b is engaged with a guide rail 14 attached to the side portion of the backrest portion 6. The guide rail 14 is provided along the longitudinal direction of the side portion of the backrest portion 6, and the roller 13 b can roll in the guide rail 14. Therefore, the first holding portion 11 can move along the guide rail 14 and can also rotate around the mounting shaft of the rotating metal fitting 13a.
[0039]
FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view of the first holding portion 11 when cut in the width direction. As shown in FIG. 5, as shown in FIG. 5, the first holding portion 11 includes a substantially semi-cylindrical outer shell portion 11 a made of a material having a relatively high hardness and having a substantially C-shaped cross-sectional shape. ing. An air bag 11b is provided on substantially the entire inner surface of the outer shell portion 11a. A plurality of air bags 11c as shown in FIG. 2 are provided on the surface of the air bag 11b. The air bags 11b and 11c are connected by air hoses (not shown) to air supply / exhaust devices (not shown) provided on the seat part 5 or the backrest part 6, each composed of a pump, a solenoid valve, etc. It is possible to expand and contract by the operation of the air supply / exhaust device. Moreover, the air bag 11b and the air bag 11c are comprised so that it may expand / contract independently, respectively. With such a configuration, when the air bag 11c is inflated and contracted, it is possible to give a pressure stimulus to the upper arm of the user or release it, and when the air bag 11b is inflated and contracted, The intensity of stimulation by the bag 11c can be adjusted.
[0040]
On the other hand, as for the 2nd holding | maintenance part 12, the engaging part 12a protrudes below from the lower part (refer FIG. 1). The engaging portion 12 a is engaged with the guide rail 9. As a result, the second holding portion 12 can move in the front-rear direction along the guide rail 9.
[0041]
A vibration device 15 is provided on the inner surface of the second holding portion 12 and corresponding to the wrist or palm of the user. When this vibration device vibrates, the wrist or palm of the user can be stimulated. In addition, since the other structure of the 2nd holding | maintenance part 12 is as substantially the same as the structure of a 1st holding | maintenance part, the description is abbreviate | omitted.
[0042]
Such a 1st holding | maintenance part 11 and the 2nd holding | maintenance part 12 are pivotally attached by the pivot of the substantially horizontal direction. Thereby, the holding part 10 can be bent at this portion.
[0043]
Next, the operation of the massage machine according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention will be described. The user sits on the seat portion 5 and inserts the upper arm portion into the first holding portion 11 and the forearm portion into the second holding portion 12 with the upper body leaning against the backrest portion 6. When the backrest 6 is tilted rearward, the first holding portion 11 moves rearward together with the backrest 6. The position of the backrest portion 6 that contacts the shoulder of the user (hereinafter referred to as the shoulder position) differs before and after the backrest portion 6 is tilted. That is, the shoulder position after tilting is lower than the shoulder position before tilting of the backrest 6. At this time, the first holding portion 11 moves along the guide rail 14 in the longitudinal direction of the backrest portion 6 in accordance with such a change in the shoulder position.
[0044]
Moreover, since the 1st holding | maintenance part 11 moves back, it is pulled by this and the 2nd holding | maintenance part 12 moves to the back substantially along the guide rail 9. FIG. While the connection part with the backrest part 6 of the 1st holding | maintenance part 11 will move downward while moving back as the backrest part 6 inclines, on the other hand, with the 2nd holding | maintenance part 12 of the 1st holding | maintenance part 11 The connecting portion only moves substantially rearward, and therefore, the first holding portion 11 tilts substantially rearward while moving substantially rearward as the backrest portion 6 tilts. On the other hand, since the second holding portion 12 only moves substantially rearward along the guide rail 9, the tilt angle thereof hardly changes. Therefore, the angle formed by the first holding portion 11 and the second holding portion 12 changes as the backrest 6 tilts. Moreover, since the connection location of the 1st holding | maintenance part 11 and the 2nd holding | maintenance part 12 is equivalent to a to-be-treated person's elbow position, a to-be-treated person bends an elbow according to the change of the bending angle of the holding | maintenance part 10. The angle can be changed naturally. Thus, even after the backrest 6 is tilted, the user can maintain a natural posture.
[0045]
Further, the air bags 11b and 11c provided in the first holding part 11 and the air bags provided in the second holding part 12 are expanded and contracted by the operation of the air supply / exhaust device described above. Thereby, a user's arm part can be treated over substantially the whole.
[0046]
(Embodiment 2)
FIG. 6 is a perspective view showing the configuration of the massage machine according to Embodiment 2 of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 6, the massage machine 16 according to the second embodiment of the present invention has a chair shape, and supports a seat portion 17 for the user to sit on and the upper body of the user. The backrest part 18 and the footrest 19 used as a footrest for the user are mainly constituted.
[0047]
The seat portion 17 is configured by arranging a cushion portion 17a on the upper portion of the base 17b. The base 17b is made of a synthetic resin having a relatively high hardness, and has a concave shape inside. The cushion portion 17a has an interior material (not shown) made of urethane foam, sponge, or styrene foam placed on the inner surface of the base 17b, and further this is raised polyester tricot, synthetic leather, natural leather, or the like It is comprised by covering with the exterior material which consists of. Therefore, the seat portion 17 has a shape that covers the waist and thigh of the user from the back to the side when the user is seated.
[0048]
Moreover, the cushion part 17a is provided in the concave inner bottom part corresponding to the back part of the user's thigh, and both sides of the inner bottom part, and corresponds to the side part of the user's thigh. It is composed of an inner part, and the area divided from the center of the inner bottom part to the left and right is an arc surface recessed with a predetermined curvature, respectively, and the center part of the inner bottom part is slightly raised from the other parts Yes. As a result, when the user sits on the seat portion 17, the shape of the thigh of the user and the shape of the cushion portion 17a substantially match each other, and therefore the burden on the thigh of the user Less.
[0049]
The footrest 19 is mainly composed of two members, an upper member 19a for holding the lower leg portion of the user and a lower member 19b for holding the sole of the user. The upper member 19a includes a cover portion 19c having a concave shape and a cushion portion 19d provided inside the cover portion 19c. The cushion portion 19d is formed on both lower leg portions of the user. In order to hold it so as to cover it, it has a concave shape. Further, the upper end portion of the upper member 19a is pivotally attached to the upper front side portion of the seat portion 17, so that the footrest 19 can be rotated back and forth with this portion as a fulcrum.
[0050]
Further, the shape of the cushion part 19d will be described in detail. The cushion part 19d is provided on the concave inner bottom part corresponding to the back part of the lower leg part of the user and on both sides of the inner bottom part. It consists of an inner part corresponding to the side part of the lower leg part, and the area divided from the center of the inner bottom part to the left and right is an arc surface recessed with a predetermined curvature, respectively, and the center of the inner bottom part Part rises slightly from other parts.
[0051]
The lower member 19b also has a cover portion 19e having a concave shape and a cushion portion 19f provided inside the cover portion 19e. The cushion part 19f is provided over substantially the entire concave inner surface of the cover part 19e, and can thereby be held so as to cover both feet of the user.
[0052]
Further, the shape of the cushion portion 19f will be described in detail. The cushion portion 19f is composed of three parts, a concave inner bottom portion and inner portions provided on both sides of the inner bottom portion, like the cushion portion 19d. Has been. The inner bottom portion of the cushion portion 19f corresponds to the sole of the user and the inner portion corresponds to the side of the user's foot. Similarly to the cushion portion 19d, regions divided from the center of the inner bottom portion to the left and right are arcuate surfaces that are recessed with a predetermined curvature, respectively, and the center portion of the inner bottom portion is slightly raised from the other portions. ing.
[0053]
The lower member 19b is pivotally attached to the lower end portion of the upper member 19a, and is rotatable in the front-rear direction. In addition, a cylinder (not shown) is provided on the back portion of the upper member 19a, that is, the concave outer portion of the cover portion 19c, whereby the angle formed by the upper member 19a and the lower member 19b can be adjusted. It has become.
[0054]
The backrest 18 is provided at the rear of the seat 17. The backrest 18 has a lower end pivotally attached to the base 17b so as to be pivotable forward and backward, for example, and can be reclined. In addition, it is good also as a structure which moves the backrest part 18 so that the lower part of the backrest part 18 may be sunk inside the seat part 17 as the backrest part 18 inclines. By doing in this way, the relative position shift | offset | difference generate | occur | produces in the back part of the torso of a user, and the massage mechanism for giving mechanical irritation | stimulation to the back of the user's back, and 18 occurs. This can be suppressed.
[0055]
Moreover, the backrest part 18 is mainly comprised from the part for supporting a user's torso, and the part for supporting a user's head. The entire backrest portion 18 is integrally formed by a cover portion 18a having a concave shape inside, and a cushion portion 18b for supporting the body of the user inside the cover portion 18a. And a cushion portion 18c for supporting the head of the user are provided in a state where they are lined up and down. The cover portion 18a is formed in a substantially round boat shape by the same material as the base 17b, and the cushion portions 18b and 18c are configured by the same interior material and exterior material as the above-described cushion portion 17a. .
[0056]
The cushion portion 18b is shaped to cover the body of the user from the back to the side when the user is seated. In addition, the massage mechanism (not shown) described above is provided in the backrest portion 18, a portion corresponding to the back portion of the body of the user, that is, a concave inner bottom portion. Such a massage mechanism is driven by a motor (not shown), can move up and down along the backrest portion 18, and can perform treatment operations such as a so-called stagnation operation and a hitting operation.
[0057]
Further, the cover portion 18a has a portion extending forward from the cushion portion 18b, and a cushion portion 18d is also provided inside this portion. The cushion portion 18d is provided at a position so as to cover the upper arm portion and the shoulder side portion of the user when the user is seated.
[0058]
Each of the cushion portions 17a, 18b, 18c, 18d, 19d, and 19f as described above is provided with a plurality of air bags (not shown), and air bags for a supply / exhaust device (not shown) are connected to the cushion portions 17a, 18b, 18c, 18d, 19d, and 19f. Has been. Each air bag can be inflated and deflated by the operation of the air supply / exhaust device. With such a configuration, each part of the body of the user, for example, the back and sides of the torso, the shoulder, the neck, the back and sides of the thigh, the back and sides of the crus, the sole, etc. Can be stimulated.
[0059]
Two guide rails 21 are provided on both side portions of the seat portion 17 as described above. The guide rail 21 is engaged with a holding portion 10 for holding the arm portion of the user.
[0060]
Further, the cover 18a of the backrest portion 18 has a shape in which a portion corresponding to the shoulder of the user is projected forward when the user is seated. 1 holding part 11 is attached. Since the attachment structure of this 1st holding | maintenance part 11 is the same as that of the attachment structure of the 1st holding | maintenance part 11 of the massage machine which concerns on Embodiment 1, the description is abbreviate | omitted.
[0061]
Moreover, since the other structure and effect | action of the holding | maintenance part 10 of the massage machine 16 which concern on this Embodiment 2 are the same as that of the holding | maintenance part 10 of the massage machine 1 which concerns on Embodiment 1, it is the same code | symbol. A description thereof will be omitted.
[0062]
(Embodiment 3)
FIG. 7 is a perspective view showing the configuration of the massage machine according to Embodiment 3 of the present invention. In the massage machine 22 according to the third embodiment, armrest portions 23 are provided on both sides of the seat portion 17. This armrest portion 23 extends substantially in the front-rear direction, has a bar shape that is slightly curved up and down, and its upper surface can be used as a arm rest for the user. In addition, a holding portion 24 for holding the forearm of the user is disposed above the armrest portion 23.
[0063]
FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view of the armrest 23 and the holding part 24 when cut in the width direction. As shown in FIG. 8, a guide rail 25 is provided below the armrest portion 23 along the longitudinal direction of the armrest portion 23. The guide rail 25 has a substantially plate shape with the vertical direction as a thickness direction, and a flat gap portion 25a is provided at an intermediate portion in the thickness direction. The gap 25a is opened on the outer surface of the guide rail, that is, the side opposite to the seat 17, and the end of the gap 25a on the side of the seat 17 has other gap thickness. This is an enlarged portion 25b that is larger than this portion. The enlarged portion 25b is provided for a predetermined length in the lateral direction.
[0064]
The moving member 24a included in the holding portion 24 is inserted into the gap portion 25a. The moving member 24a has a shape such that a plate that is slightly thinner than the thin gap portion of the gap portion 25a is bent at a substantially right angle, and includes a substantially horizontal plate-like portion and a substantially vertical plate-like portion. It is mainly composed. A substantially horizontal plate-like portion of the moving member 24a is engaged with the gap 25a. The tip of the substantially horizontal plate-like portion of the moving member 24a is a stopper 24b having a thickness greater than that of the other portions, and the stopper 24b is placed in the enlarged portion 25b of the gap 25a described above. It is arranged. The thickness of the stopper 24b is thinner than the enlarged portion 25b and thicker than the portion other than the enlarged portion 25b of the gap portion 25a. The lateral length of the stopper 24b is shorter than the lateral length of the enlarged portion 25b. Accordingly, the moving member 24a can move in the lateral direction within a range in which the stopper 24b abuts on both side ends of the enlarged portion 25b.
[0065]
Further, the length of the moving member 24a in the front-rear direction is shorter than the length of the gap 25a in the front-rear direction. Accordingly, the moving member 24a can move in the front-rear direction within a range where the front and rear ends thereof abut against the front and rear ends of the gap portion 25a.
[0066]
The upper end of the substantially vertical plate-like portion of the moving member 24a is connected to the guide member 24c. The guide member 24c has a shape such that the plate-like member is curved in a substantially arc shape, and the central axis direction of the curve is a substantially front-rear direction. In addition, a notch 24d that is long in the circumferential direction of the arc is provided at an intermediate portion in the longitudinal direction (axial direction) of the guide member 24c (see FIG. 7).
[0067]
A holding portion 26 is disposed on the curved inner side of the guide member 24c. The holding portion 26 has a substantially C-shaped substantially semi-cylindrical shape in a cross-sectional view when cut in the width direction, and its outer surface is in close contact with the inner surface of the guide member 24c.
[0068]
The holding portion 26 is mainly configured by an outer shell portion 26a and air bags 26b and 26c. The outer shell portion 26a has a substantially C-shaped curved plate shape in a cross-sectional view in the width direction, and is formed of a material having a relatively high hardness. Further, a protrusion 26d is provided on the outer surface of the intermediate portion in the length direction (front-rear direction) of the outer shell portion 26a. The protrusion 26d has a width slightly shorter than the width of the cutout portion 24d of the guide member 24c, and the width is enlarged at the head. Such a protrusion 26d penetrates the notch 24d and is engaged with the notch 24d in a state in which the protrusion 26d is prevented from being removed by the head. Accordingly, the holding portion 26 can move in the circumferential direction of the curve within a range in which the protrusion 26d can move in the notch 24d.
[0069]
An air bag 26b is provided over substantially the entire inner surface of the outer shell portion 26a. A plurality of air bags 26c are provided on the surface of the air bag 26b. The air bags 26b and 26c are connected by air hoses (not shown) to air supply / exhaust devices (not shown) provided on the seat portion 17 or the backrest portion 18, each composed of a pump, a solenoid valve, and the like. It is possible to expand and contract by the operation of the air supply / exhaust device. Moreover, the air bag 26b and the air bag 26c are comprised so that it may expand / contract independently, respectively. With such a configuration, when the air bag 26c is inflated and contracted, it is possible to give a pressure stimulus to the upper arm portion of the user or release it, and when the air bag 26b is inflated and contracted, The intensity of stimulation by the bag 26c can be adjusted.
[0070]
One end of a flexible connecting member 27 is connected to one place on the outer surface of the rear end portion of the outer shell portion 26a. The connecting member 27 is composed of a hose-like flexible arm or the like, and an air hose communicating with the air bags 26b and 26c, various control signal lines, and the like are disposed therein. The other end of the connecting member 27 is attached to the outer surface of the cover portion 18 a of the backrest portion 18 and corresponding to the shoulder of the user seated on the massage machine 22.
[0071]
Since the other structure of the massage machine 22 which concerns on this Embodiment 3 is the same as that of the structure of the massage machine 16 which concerns on Embodiment 2, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected and the description is abbreviate | omitted.
[0072]
With the above configuration, when the backrest 18 is tilted rearward, the holding portion 26 is pulled rearward by the connecting member 27, and thereby the holding portion 26 moves rearward along the guide rail 25. It becomes. Therefore, when the backrest 18 is tilted rearward, the holding portion 26 moves rearward together with the arm portion of the user, and even after the backrest 18 tilts, the role as an arm rest is sufficiently obtained. It can be demonstrated.
[0073]
Moreover, since the holding | maintenance part 26 can rotate centering on a user's arm part, the treatment site | part of an arm part can also be adjusted according to a user's preference.
[0074]
(Embodiment 4)
FIG. 9 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a massage machine according to Embodiment 4 of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 9, the massage machine 28 according to the fourth embodiment includes a first holding portion 29 for holding the upper arm of the user and a second holding portion 30 for holding the forearm of the user. The holding | maintenance part 31 which has these. The front end portion of the first holding portion 29 and the rear end portion of the second holding portion 30 are connected by a connecting member 31a having flexibility. Further, the rear end portion of the first holding portion 29 and one place of the cover portion 18a of the backrest portion 18 are connected by a flexible connecting member 31b. In addition, since the structure of the connection members 31a and 31b is the same as that of the connection member 27 demonstrated in Embodiment 3, description is abbreviate | omitted.
[0075]
A moving member 24 a is attached to the lower part of the outer surface of the second holding portion 30. The other configurations of the first holding portion 29 and the second holding portion 30 are the same as the configurations of the first holding portion 11 and the second holding portion 12 described in the first embodiment, and thus the description thereof is omitted.
[0076]
Moreover, since the other structure of the massage machine 28 which concerns on this Embodiment 4 is the same as that of the structure of the massage machine 22 which concerns on Embodiment 3, it attaches | subjects the same code | symbol and abbreviate | omits the description.
[0077]
With the configuration as described above, in the massage machine 28 according to the fourth embodiment, since the first holding portion 29 and the second holding portion 30 are connected by the connecting member 31a, the first holding portion 29 and the second holding portion are connected. The space between the portions 30 can be bent in any direction. Further, since the first holding portion 29 and the backrest portion 18 are connected by the connecting member 31b, the first holding member can be moved to any position within a predetermined range with respect to the backrest portion 18. it can. When the bent portion 18 is tilted rearward, the first holding portion 29 is pulled rearward by the connecting member 31b, and the second holding portion 30 is pulled rearward by the connecting member 31a. 30 moves rearward along the guide rail 25. Therefore, when the backrest 18 is tilted rearward, the angle between the first holding portion 29 and the second holding portion 30 is changed, and the first holding portion 29 is moved together with the upper arm of the user. 2 The holding portion 30 moves rearward together with the forearm of the user, and the holding portion 31 can sufficiently exert the role as an arm rest even after the backrest portion 18 is tilted.
[0078]
In the massage machine 28 according to the fourth embodiment, the first holding portion 29 is connected to the second holding portion 30 and the backrest portion 18 by the connecting members 31a and 31b, respectively. Can move. Accordingly, the first holding portion 29 moves in the lateral direction in accordance with the physique of the user, and the user can be more naturally taken.
[0079]
(Embodiment 5)
FIG. 10 is an enlarged perspective view showing the configuration of the main part of the massage machine according to Embodiment 5 of the present invention. The massage machine according to the fifth embodiment includes a holding unit 32 as shown in FIG. The holding part 32 includes two holding parts 33 and 34. The holding portions 33 and 34 each have a substantially semi-cylindrical shape in a substantially C shape in a cross-sectional view when cut in the width direction, so that the holding portion 33 is located at the front and the holding portion 34 is located at the back and forth. Are arranged coaxially. The holding portions 33 and 34 have outer shell portions 33a and 34a each having a curved plate shape having a substantially C-shaped cross section, and an air bag 33b provided over substantially the entire inner surface of the outer shell portions 33a and 34a. , 34b and a plurality of air bags 33c, 34c provided on the surfaces of the air bags 33b, 34b, respectively. The configuration of the holding portions 33 and 34 is the same as the configuration of the holding portion 26 described in the third embodiment, and a description thereof will be omitted.
[0080]
The holding portions 33 and 34 are supported by the first support member 35, respectively. The first support member 35 has a substantially C-shaped curved plate shape in a cross-sectional view in the width direction, and holding portions 33 and 34 are slidably attached to the inner surface thereof. More specifically, the first support member 35 is provided so as to overlap both the rear end portion of the outer shell portion 33a and the front end portion of the outer shell portion 33b, and the outer shell portions 33a and 34b are independent of each other. In addition, it is possible to slide the inner surface of the first support member 35 in the front-rear direction.
[0081]
In addition, the first support member 35 is provided with two notches 35a and 35b extending in the front-rear direction so as to extend in the front-rear direction. The front cutout portion 35a is engaged with a projection 33d provided on the surface of the outer shell portion 33a, and the rear cutout portion 35b is engaged with a projection 34d provided on the surface of the outer shell portion 34a. Match. As a result, the holding portion 33 can move in the front-rear direction with respect to the first support member 35 within a range in which the protrusion 33d can move within the cutout portion 35a. It is possible to move in the front-rear direction with respect to the first support member 35 within a range that can move within the notch 35b.
[0082]
Such a first support member 35 is supported by the second support member 36. The second support member 36 has a substantially C-shaped curved plate shape in a cross-sectional view in the width direction, and supports the first support member 35 so that the outer surface of the first support member 35 is in contact with the inner surface thereof. Yes. Further, the second support member 36 is provided with two notches 36a extending in the circumferential direction of the arc, and these notches 36a are provided on the outer surface of the first support member 35, respectively. Two protrusions 35c are engaged. Accordingly, the first support member 35 can move in the circumferential direction with respect to the second support member 36 within a range in which the protrusion 35c can move within the notch 36a.
[0083]
A moving member 24 a is attached to the outer surface of the second support member 36. The moving member 24a according to the fifth embodiment is reinforced by a plurality of ribs. In addition, since the other structure of the massage machine which concerns on this Embodiment 5 is the same as that of the structure of the massage machine 22 which concerns on Embodiment 3, it attaches | subjects the same code | symbol and abbreviate | omits the description.
[0084]
With the configuration as described above, in the massage machine according to the fifth embodiment, the holding portions 33 and 34 are moved in the front-rear direction of the first support member 35, respectively, so as to match the length of the arm portion of the user. The length of the holding part 32 can be adjusted.
[0085]
Further, by moving the first support member 35 in the circumferential direction, the holding portions 33 and 34 are integrally moved in the circumferential direction, and the treatment position by the air bags 33c and 34c can be adjusted. it can.
[0086]
(Embodiment 6)
FIG. 11 is an enlarged perspective view showing the configuration of the main part of the massage machine according to Embodiment 6 of the present invention. The massage machine according to the sixth embodiment includes a holding unit 37 as shown in FIG. The holding portion 37 has a holding portion 38 having a substantially C-shaped substantially semi-cylindrical shape in a cross-sectional view in the width direction, and a holding portion 39 having a substantially semi-cylindrical shape having a smaller radius than the holding portion 38. . The front end portion of the holding portion 38 is overlapped with the rear end portion of the holding portion 39, and the holding portion 38 and the holding portion 39 are relatively movable in the front-rear direction by an engagement structure (not shown). Is engaged.
[0087]
The holding portion 38 includes an outer shell portion 38a having a substantially semi-cylindrical shape in a cross-sectional view in the width direction, and air bags 38b and 38c. An air bag 38b is provided over substantially the entire portion of the inner surface of the outer shell portion 38a excluding the range that can overlap the holding portion 39 by the movement of the holding portion 39, and the number of surfaces of the air bags 38b. A plurality of air bags 38c are provided at the locations.
[0088]
On the other hand, the holding portion 39 includes a substantially semi-cylindrical outer shell portion 39a and air bags 39b and 39c. An air bag 39b is provided over substantially the entire inner surface of the outer shell portion 39a, and a plurality of air bags 39c are provided at several locations on the surface of the air bag 39b.
[0089]
In addition, one end of a flexible connecting member 40 is connected to one place of the rear end of the outer shell portion 38a. The other end of the connecting member 40 is connected to a backrest (not shown). One end of the connecting member 41 is connected to the lower part of the outer shell part 39a. The other end of the connecting member 41 is connected to a seat portion (not shown). Since the structure of such connection members 40 and 41 is the same as the structure of the connection member 27 demonstrated in Embodiment 3, description is abbreviate | omitted.
[0090]
In addition, since the other structure of the massage machine which concerns on this Embodiment 6 is the same structure as what remove | excluded the guide rail 25 from the massage machine 22 which concerns on Embodiment 3, it attaches | subjects the same code | symbol and demonstrates the description. Omitted.
[0091]
With the configuration as described above, in the massage machine according to the sixth embodiment, the holding portion 38 and the holding portion 39 can move relatively in the longitudinal direction, so according to the physique of the user, The length of the holding part 37 can be adjusted.
[0092]
Further, since the holding portion 37 is connected to the backrest portion and the seat portion by the connecting members 40 and 41, the holding portion 37 can be moved in any direction within a predetermined range, so that the physique of the user can be obtained. In addition, the position of the holding portion 37 can be adjusted.
[0093]
In addition, in this Embodiment 6, although the connection member 41 described the structure which has flexibility, it is not limited to this, For example, the connection member 41 is comprised by the rod-shaped member, The It is good also as a structure which attaches an upper end to the lower part of the outer shell part 39a, and connects the lower end to a seat part via a universal joint.
[0094]
In this case, it is preferable that the connecting member 41 is configured to be stretchable by using a known stretchable structure such as a screw structure. Thereby, the position (height) of the holding | maintenance part 37 can be adjusted according to a user's physique.
[0095]
(Embodiment 7)
FIG. 12 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a massage machine according to Embodiment 7 of the present invention. In the massage machine 42 according to the seventh embodiment, an operation panel 43 is provided at the tip of the second holding portion 12 for the right arm of the user. The operation panel 43 is provided with a plurality of operation buttons (not shown) so that the user can give various operation instructions to the massage machine by pressing them.
[0096]
In addition, since the other structure of the massage machine 42 which concerns on this Embodiment 7 is the same as that of the structure of the massage machine 16 which concerns on Embodiment 2, it attaches | subjects the same code | symbol and abbreviate | omits the description.
[0097]
With the configuration as described above, the operation panel 43 moves integrally with the second arm holding portion 12 for the right arm. Therefore, even when the backrest 18 is tilted, the operation panel 43 is operated from the hand of the user. The panel 43 does not leave and the user can easily operate the massage machine 42.
[0098]
FIG. 13 is a schematic cross-sectional view illustrating the shape of the holding portion of the massage machine according to the present invention. In the first to seventh embodiments described above, the holding portion that holds the arm portion of the user is substantially C-shaped in a cross-sectional view when cut in the width direction as shown in FIG. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and the shapes shown in FIGS. 13B to 13E may be used.
[0099]
FIG. 13B is a cross-sectional view illustrating a case where the shape of the holding portion is substantially L-shaped in a cross-sectional view in the width direction. FIG. 13C is a cross-sectional view illustrating a case where the shape of the holding portion is a substantially channel shape inclined by a predetermined angle in a cross-sectional view in the width direction. FIG. 13D is a cross-sectional view illustrating a configuration in which the shape of the holding portion is substantially L-shaped in a cross-sectional view in the width direction, and the holding portion can be bent at the corners. . FIG. 13E is a cross-sectional view illustrating a case where the shape of the holding portion is a substantially channel shape that opens upward in a cross-sectional view in the width direction.
[0100]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 13A to 13E, each holding portion may be configured to be movable in the left-right direction by a guide rail or the like.
[0101]
(Embodiment 8)
FIG. 14 is an enlarged perspective view showing the configuration of the main part of the massage machine according to Embodiment 8 of the present invention. The massage machine according to the eighth embodiment includes a holding unit 44 as shown in FIG. The holding part 44 is configured by providing a plurality of air bags (not shown) inside a substantially rectangular bag-like cloth cover 44a. Two tooth-like members of fasteners 44b that can be engaged with each other are attached to both side edges of the cover 44a. Therefore, when the fastener 44b is closed, the holding portion 44 has a cylindrical shape, and when the fastener 44b is fully opened, the holding portion 44 is developed into a substantially rectangular shape.
[0102]
Moreover, the holding | maintenance part 44 may be attached to the armrest part so that the movement to the front-back direction is possible. Furthermore, the holding | maintenance part 44 may be connected to the backrest part which is not shown in figure the one end (location corresponding to the shoulder vicinity part of a user's upper arm).
[0103]
In the massage machines according to the first to eighth embodiments described above, it is desirable that the air bag of the holding unit for the left arm and the air bag of the holding unit for the right arm are driven independently. . Generally, it is considered that the smaller the number of places to be treated simultaneously, the higher the massage effect. This is because the consciousness of the user is more likely to concentrate on the stimulus applied to the treatment location when the treatment is performed on a small number of locations simultaneously than when many locations are treated simultaneously. Therefore, by treating the arm portion of the user for each arm, it can be expected that the massage effect is enhanced as compared with the case where both arms are treated simultaneously. Moreover, the massage machine can also be operated with an untreated arm by treating the arm of the user for each arm.
[0104]
【The invention's effect】
As described above in detail, according to the massage machine according to the present invention, it is possible to treat the arm part of the user by the treatment part, and also when the backrest part is tilted, It is possible to treat almost the same part of the arm of the user before and after tilting.
[0105]
In addition, the present invention has an excellent effect such that it is possible to treat almost the entire arm portion of the user.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a massage machine according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a holding unit provided in the massage machine according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.
FIG. 3 is an enlarged perspective view showing a mounting structure for a backrest portion of a first holding portion.
FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view showing a mounting structure of a first holding portion with respect to a backrest portion.
FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view of the first holding portion when cut in the width direction.
FIG. 6 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a massage machine according to Embodiment 2 of the present invention.
FIG. 7 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a massage machine according to Embodiment 3 of the present invention.
FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view of an armrest portion and a holding portion according to Embodiment 3 of the present invention cut in the width direction.
FIG. 9 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a massage machine according to Embodiment 4 of the present invention.
FIG. 10 is an enlarged perspective view showing a configuration of a main part of a massage machine according to Embodiment 5 of the present invention.
FIG. 11 is an enlarged perspective view showing a configuration of a main part of a massage machine according to Embodiment 6 of the present invention.
FIG. 12 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a massage machine according to Embodiment 7 of the present invention.
FIG. 13 is a schematic cross-sectional view illustrating the shape of the holding portion of the massage machine according to the present invention.
FIG. 14 is an enlarged perspective view showing a configuration of a main part of a massage machine according to Embodiment 8 of the present invention.
FIG. 15 is a perspective view showing an example of the configuration of a conventional massage machine.
[Explanation of symbols]
1 Massage machine
5 seats
6 Backrest
7 Footrest
8 Massage mechanism
9 Guide rail
10 Holding part
11 First holding part
11a outer shell
11b Air bag
11c Air bag
12 Second holding part
12a Engagement part
13a Rotating bracket
13b Roller
14 Guide rail
15 Vibration device

Claims (13)

  1. In a chair-type massage machine comprising a seat and a backrest that can be tilted with respect to the seat,
    It is possible to move in a direction substantially the same as the tilting direction of the backrest part, and a holding part that holds the arm part of the user,
    A treatment unit provided on the holding unit and treating the arm of the user;
    A backrest side guide rail provided on a side of the backrest ,
    The holding part is movably attached to the backrest part side guide rail, and is configured to be able to move along the backrest part side guide rail according to the inclination of the backrest part. Massage machine.
  2. The seat portion side guide rail is further provided with seat portion side guide rails provided on both sides of the seat portion, so that the holding portion can move along the seat portion side guide rail. The massage machine according to claim 1, wherein the massage machine is engaged .
  3. The massage machine according to claim 1 or 2 , wherein the holding portion has a shape capable of covering the arm portion of the user.
  4. The massage machine according to claim 3 , wherein the treatment unit is provided in the holding unit so that the arm portion of the user can be treated over substantially the whole.
  5. The said holding | maintenance part has the 1st holding | maintenance part which hold | maintains a user's upper arm, and the 2nd holding | maintenance part which hold | maintains a user's forearm, The Claim 1 thru | or 4 characterized by the above-mentioned. Massage machine.
  6. The massage machine according to claim 5 , wherein the first holding part and the second holding part are pivotally attached.
  7. The massage machine according to claim 5 , further comprising a connecting portion that has flexibility and connects the first holding portion and the second holding portion.
  8. A connecting member having a substantially rod-shaped having one end connected to the holding unit, according to any of claims 1 to 7, further comprising a universal joint connecting the other end and the seat portion of the connecting member Massage machine.
  9. The massage machine according to claim 8 , wherein the support bar is configured to be able to expand and contract.
  10. The massage machine according to any one of claims 1 to 9 , wherein the holding part is configured to be able to expand and contract in the longitudinal direction of the arm part of the user to be held.
  11. The holding unit, according to any one of claims 1 to 1 0, characterized in that it is configured so as to be able to pivot in the direction of the arm around the arm of the held treated person Massage machine.
  12. The massage machine according to any one of claims 1 to 11, wherein the holding portion is configured by a cloth member.
  13. The treating section A massager according to any one of claims 1 to 1 2, characterized in that it has an air bag capable of expansion and contraction.
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