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The Benefits of Spinal Decompression – The Spine Backrack System

Back pain is one of the most debilitating forms of discomfort, and happens to many people for various reasons. A safe and non-invasive, home based treatment based on spinal decompression is available and has produced numerous success stories for relieving pain without having to have surgery. Here at Spine Backrack our Backrack system which is based on 45 years clinical .
Spinal problems diagram

What are the differences between Bulging, Herniated and Prolapsed Discs?

1.Bulging Disc:  A bulging disc is a condition in which the nucleus (inner portion) of a spinal disc remains contained within the annulus fibrosus (outer portion), unlike a herniated disc in which the nucleus leaks out of the disc. Symptoms include: Numbness Weakness, Tingling Muscle spasms or cramping, These will depend on the region of the spine where nerve compression occurred  2. Herniated Disc: A herniated disc is .
Exercise to mobilize the facet joints of spine

Spinal Backack – 1st Advanced Excercises – Double Leg Raise with Tilt

Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have been carefully developed from long experience to mobilise the facet joints of the spine and to reduce as required, back, neck, and hip pain. When you first lie on the Backrack, you may have a stiff spine and pain/back spasms, because .
Back pain statistics America

Back Pain Statistics

Almost 80% of Americans will have back problems at some point in their life. The most common form is in the lower back, which at times can result in disabling episodes. The number of Americans experiencing lower back pain (LBP) is on the rise, especially amongst over-65s Based on data collected in a 2013 study conducted by the CDC, 29% of Americans .
Bone spurs diagram

What is a Bone Spur?

A bone spur is an outgrowth of bone that can occur along the edges of a bone. It is also called an osteophyte. Bone spurs can form in any bone but are most commonly found in joints, where two or more bones come together. They also occur where muscles, ligaments, or tendons attach to the bone. Bone Spurs can occur in any bone in the body (such as the feet) but .
Exercise for neck, cervical area, and bulging disc

Spinal Backack – 3rd Basic Exercise – Backwards Tilt

  Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have been carefully developed from long experience to mobilise the facet joints of the spine and to reduce as required, back, neck, and hip pain. When you first lie on the Backrack, you may have a stiff spine and pain/back spasms, .
Orthopaedic medicine

ORTHOPAEDIC MEDICINE – The Non Surgical Way

Orthopaedic Medicine The established procedures of Orthopaedic Medicine provide highly effective  non-surgical treatment options for curing a whole range of spinal disorders, according to the well-renowned spinal specialist Mr  Luklinski – a world authority on spinal care with more than 45 years of practice and founder of the Luklinski Clinic in London. Treatment efficacy The efficacy of orthopaedic medicine cures 99% of cases, .
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