If your back sticks out while bending over, you may have posture problem. A misaligned spine can be a source of great pain if not treated properly. It also impairs range of motion so the quality of your life get affected.
Here, we’ll discuss how you can identify if your spine is out of shape and how spinal decompression therapy can help you treat postural issues at home.
The spine is made up of vertebrae which are stacked on top of another with a cushion between them called discs. The vertebrae extend from your skull to the pelvis. It provides your body with support and stability. The spine also carries within itself the spinal cord. This is a bundle of nerves that is directly connected to the brain and the rest of the body. So besides providing support it also has the crucial task of keeping the spinal cord safe from any external damage.
Any misalignment or condition to the back should be taken seriously and immediate help should be sought.
There are a number of things to be on the look out for when considering a misaligned back. Anyone suffering from such a condition may experience:
- Pain in the lumbar region (lower back)
- Neck pain
- Knee pain
- Hip pain
- Numbness in the hands or feet
Misalignment may cause further deformities in the back such as sciatica.
A non-invasive way of treating postural problems is the spinal decompression therapy so the top spine specialists from Harley Street came up with an innovative Backrack technology.
The Backrack Technology
There are many videos available to help and explain various positions and exercises that target different regions of the spine. The Backrack is not only good for dealing with a misaligned back but it can also help you with conditions like sciatica, herniated disc, stenosis, etc.
The Backrack is made to be easy to use and portable. That means you can use it at your own home without traveling to go anywhere for special treatment and without anyone’s help. Unlike other produces it actually works on the root cause of pain rather than only working on the symptoms.
A combination of a healthy routine and good sitting and walking postures can go a long way. They won’t only help with misaligned spine but will keep your spine healthy so that no other complications can occur.