Treating back pain could be quite complicated sometimes. You will not be able to heal your back by simply treating the symptoms. Knowing what causes back pain is the first step to solving the issue.
There are various methods and approaches to treat back pain. Some are more invasive than others. Here, we’ll take a look at various methods of treating back pain and how you can heal your back with an efficient and a non-invasive way.
What Causes Back Pain?
The back is supported by a spinal column which is made of cylindrical like bones that are stacked on top of each other. These bones are called vertebrae and they are cushioned by discs. These discs are there to increase movement and help absorb shocks that may arise from everyday life. They spinal column serves an important purpose. Other than providing support it also houses the spinal cord which connects the brain to various organs and parts of the body.
Problems in the back may arise due to many reasons and risk factors. Working conditions, posture (sitting, running etc.), obesity, age and sometimes even smoking play a role in back pain. Sometimes some factors can’t be avoided such as ageing but that doesn’t mean it can’t be dealt with. Back pain is most common in the lower spine, aka the lumbar region, as it supports the weight of the whole upper body. The other two regions are, cervical (middle) and thoracic (upper) regions.
How To Treat Back Pain?
There is a verity of methods that can be used to treat back pain. Painkillers and medicine are some of the most common treatment modalities. People tend to relay on pain killers a bit too much. As they offer immediate relief but that relief is only temporary. As the true purpose of painkillers is to mask the pain while the body repairs itself or other methods are being carried out.
Surgery and Injections are other methods to opt for. These methods are more drastic and only considered during extreme cases. Many cases of back conditions like sciatica and spinal compression can be solved without going through this route.
The last option and the most non-invasive option are physical therapy. Physical therapy and rest go a long way for treating your back pain and nothing does it better than the Backrack Device.
Non-Surgical Back Pain Treatment
The rack comes with rows of wooden nodules attached to it. The frame is structured for easy use and simplicity so you can easily rest your back on the rack without any extra effort. The unique ‘S’ shape of the device along with those nodules helps it treating the root cause of back pain.
The Backrack offers a risk-free back pain treatment in a non-invasive way from the comfort of your own home.