If you are in any doubt as to whether the Backrack™ is appropriate for you, please consult your doctor.
To begin with, the rack should be placed on a sturdy surface – such as the floor – to ensure it remains stable for the duration of use.
Then, patients should lie on the rack as relaxed as possible in a basic central position, with knees bent (as shown, and mentioned earlier).
Achieving this position is actually very easy. For more details, please refer to our section on ‘Getting On and Off’.
Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. They vary depending on the condition that you suffer from and that you are trying to treat. These exercises have been carefully developed from a long experience to mobilise the facet joints of the spine and to reduce as required, back, neck, and hip pain.