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Develop your spinal decompression practice, understand your patients’ problems and enhance your career with the Backrack Academy CIMPSA-certified and accredited courses for physiotherapists, personal trainers, gym instructors, as well as yoga and Pilates instructors.

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The Backrack Spinal Decompression Device is a must-have tool for people who suffer from frequent and stubborn back problems in any region of the spine. It treats and prevents pain from returning with the help of innovative, patented technology.

An innovative treatment
that targets all 3 major regions of the spine!

Cervical (C1-C7)

Relief from neck pain, headaches, migraines, dizziness, pain between the shoulder blades and upper back, and other problems in the cervical spine.

Thoracic (T1-T12)

Relief from thoracic pain, including pain in the chest and ribs, pinched nerve pain, pain caused by degenerative changes in the spine, pain in the facet joints, and more.

Lumbar (L1-L5)

Relief from lower back pain, leg pain, scoliosis, sciatica, herniated disc, lumbar spinal stenosis, spondylitis, cauda equina syndrome, hip pain and more.

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Sciatic nerve pain in the leg is most likely due to pinching of the sciatic nerve in the lower back, which can cause symptoms to spread to the lower body.

The alignment and comfort of your spine can be influenced by various types of postures, such as sitting down for long periods of time, laying down, or lifting heavy objects.

Thoracic pain can be dull, sharp, mild, severe, and sometimes it can feel like a burning sensation, and can also reduce your spinal range of motion.

There are various non-invasive approaches that can prove useful in alleviating pain in people who suffer from facet joint pain.