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Buttock pain when sitting can sometimes be caused by sciatica. To treat it, you can decompress your spine in order to relieve low back and buttock pain.

Pilates for back pain can be beneficial not only for pain relief, but also for improving your spinal mobility and strength. The best way to get relief from back or neck pain with Pilates exercises is to combine them with the Backrack.

If you're wondering what is the best treatment for spinal stenosis, the answer would be something that causes as little side effects as possible, while also being highly effective, such as spinal decompression therapy with the Backrack.

Lumbar Spine and Sacrum Anatomy

The L5 S1 disc is prone to causing pain because of the high physical pressure it has to carry due to its location. It can be treated with the help of spinal decompression therapy.

Cervical lordosis refers to a condition where the natural curvature of the cervical spine is either exaggerated or flattened. The symptoms that result can be treated with the help of lifestyle adjustments as well as exercises with the Backrack.

A trapped nerve in hip may lead to pain along the lower back, hip, and even legs, as well as walking difficulties. Thankfully, it can be addressed naturally with the help of the Backrack.

Musculoskeletal pain along the spine refers to pain that affects the muscles, bones, nerves, as well as the connective structures such as joints and ligaments. Any region of the back can be affected, but the lower back tends to be more prone to such issues.

If you frequently experience lower back pain, stiffness, or muscle spasms, you may benefit from wearing the Backrack Lumbar Belt.

‘Text neck’ is a term used to describe the distinctive forward-leaning deformity of the neck caused by prolonged use of mobile devices such as smartphones. It can lead to stiffness, pain and deformity in the neck.

The best way to improve your spinal range of motion is to perform exercises that decompress your spine, as they can also relieve pain.

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