Have you been dealing with back pain for a long time?
Are you tired of taking trips to the hospital or clinic every time you feel pain in the back with the uncertainty that you might or might not be able to manage?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you are certainly not alone. At the same time, we want to reassure you that there is a solution to look after your spinal health in simple ways, from the comfort of your own home.
Let us introduce the unique, patented, Backrack technology that allows for you to take care of your neck and back pain at home, through simple and easy spinal decompression therapy. This kind of therapy addresses the root cause of all common spine pains through a specially designed program of exercises that are easy to perform as you lay down on the rack.
Spinal Decompression Therapy and the Role of the Spine
The beauty of this device is that it is a one-time investment that will help you manage your back without putting a heavy burden on your wallet. The Backrack was designed in Harley Street, London, a place famous for its achievements and progressiveness in the medical field. Some of the top minds helped create a spinal rack that would closely resemble the spine, mirroring its unique “S” shape.
The device works by utilizing its unique shape and special wooden nodules that appear on each row to decompress your spine while you perform exercises on it. The nodules are specifically placed within the rack so that key areas of your spine would get pressured and aligned while exercising with the Backrack.
As the human back is quite complicated, the rack has been carefully engineered to ensure that the structure of the nodules fits perfectly in-between each vertebra, to reach the exact source of the pain, whether it is located on the surface, or in the deeper layers of the back.
Because our spine is designed to provide crucial support to the upper body while also protecting the spinal cord, having a healthy spine is crucial. The spinal cord is a thick cord that runs from the base of your brain, through the spinal canal, down to your lower back (also known as the lower spine).
Bundles of nerves run along the length of the spinal column, and they are connected to the spinal cord at one end (and ultimately to the brain), and to various parts of the body at the other end.
The main part of the spine, called the spinal column, is made up of many vertebrae placed on top of one another with cushioning spine discs in between them. Any deformity in the complex structure of the spine or conditions such as sciatica, herniated disc, or stenosis cause pain in the back.
This happens because a misalignment caused by a deformity or spinal condition can press against one or more spinal nerves, which are responsible for carrying pain signals between parts of the body and the brain.
There is also a correlation between an unhealthy spine and posture practice. Poor posture can also contribute to an unhealthy spine and chronic pain. In addition to creating misalignment, bad posture can also strain muscles and tendons in the back. However, when this is the case, keeping your spine straighter is highly unlikely to make the pain go away. Instead, it is recommended to correct the deformity from its core to achieve good posture, and ultimately good spine health.
Since most back pains are caused by spinal compression (squeezing of the spine), the pain doesn’t go away until you decompress the spine. The Backrack device is specially designed to decompress the spine naturally, so you get long-lasting pain relief.
It Works On The Whole Spine
Backrack Vs Other Treatment Modalities
The Backrack helps you with targeting all three regions of the spine (Lumbar spine, Thoracic spine and Cervical spine). A few simple exercises go a long way in relieving pain along the entire spine with the Backrack.
Unlike other products on the market, the Backrack does not only work on the symptoms, but rather it works on the core problem to relieve your pain and keep your spine healthy and pain-free.
Methods other than spinal decompression and massage therapy to treat or manage back pain include surgery, injections and OTC medication. However, they all come with drawbacks.
- Surgery is only given as an option by doctors to people suffering from extreme cases of pain.
- Injections mostly require many rounds of insertion and in addition to being time-consuming (and even draining for your wallet), the effect tends to wear off quickly.
- OTC Medication helps treat only the symptoms and not the underlying cause of backache. Pain killers are okay for short term relief but there is a chance of that pain returning if the core problem is not treated properly.
On the other hand, Backrack is a non-invasive, clinically tested product that is specially designed for home use for people who suffer from back and neck pain caused by compression of the spine. Using Backrack is super-easy so you will require no supervision from anyone and can do all exercises yourself even in your own bedroom.
Author: Spinal Backrack