Home Treatment for Spinal Compression with the Backrack

Spinal compression is a condition occurs when the vertebrae in the spine are compressed or squeezed, leading to pain, limited mobility, and a decrease in overall quality of life.

Understanding Spinal Compression

Spinal compression can occur in any part of the spine, but is most commonly seen in the neck (cervical spine) and lower back (lumbar spine). The condition is often associated with the natural aging process, as the spine gradually undergoes degenerative changes over time. Other contributing factors include herniated discs, bone spurs, arthritis, and injuries.

Causes and Symptoms of Spinal Compression

The primary cause of spinal compression is wear and tear due to repetitve use of the spine, causing the structures that make the spine to become worn down. One example is the loss of water content from intervertebral discs as a person ages, causing the disc to lose height, and ultimately affecting the shape and alignment of the spinal column.

Compression leads to a range of symptoms, including persistent pain, numbness or tingling sensations, muscle weakness, and difficulty walking or maintaining balance. In severe cases, it can even cause bladder or bowel dysfunction. These symptoms can significantly impact daily activities and diminish one’s overall well-being.


Traditional treatment methods for spinal compression often involve a combination of medication, physical therapy, and, in severe cases, surgery. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are commonly prescribed to manage pain and reduce inflammation. Physical therapy aims to strengthen the supporting muscles and improve flexibility, while surgery may be recommended to alleviate compression by removing a portion of the affected vertebra or disc.

However, some of these approaches often address only the symptoms, which allows the problem to persist, or return if they are relieved.

An alternative that allows for the root cause of the problem to be treated is to use the Spinal Backrack, an innovative home treatment device specifically designed to relieve spinal compression and associated symptoms.

Benefits of Using the Spinal Backrack

Some of the most notable benefits of using the Backrack include:

  • Non-invasive: the Backrack offers a non-invasive and natural treatment option, making it suitable for individuals who prefer natural and holistic approaches to their well-being.
  • Targeted spinal decompression: the Backrack’s design allows for targeted spinal decompression, relieving pressure on the nerves and spinal cord. By elongating the spine and creating space between the vertebrae, it helps to restore proper alignment and reduce compression.
  • Mobilisation: in addition to decompression, the Backrack incorporates gentle mobilisation techniques. These movements help to restore joint mobility, improve flexibility, and alleviate muscle tension, promoting overall spinal health.
  • Customisable and user-friendly: the Backrack allows for custom uses to fit individual needs, ensuring a comfortable and effective treatment experience for a large number of spinal isses. It can be adjusted to target specific areas of the spine and accommodate different spinal pathologies. Its user-friendly design allows for convenient home use without the need for specialised assistance.
  • Long-lasting results: regular use of the Backrack can lead to long-lasting results. By addressing the underlying mechanical issues causing compression, it helps to improve spinal function, reduce pain, and enhance overall quality of life.

Backrack Spinal Decompression Device

The Backrack is a non-invasive and orthopaedic device designed to tackle the root cause of the problem, targeting the mechanical factors contributing to compression. It employs a unique concept of spinal decompression that stretches out the entire spine, restoring its natural shape and length. As a method that is 100% natural and free from side effects, it has been the choice of thousands of people worldwide who now live pain-free thanks to it. Why not be one of them yourself?
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