Spinal Backack – 1st Advanced Excercises – Double Leg Raise with Tilt

Advanced exercise for back, neck, and hip pain
Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have been carefully developed from long experience to mobilise the facet joints of the spine and to reduce as required, back, neck, and hip pain.

When you first lie on the Backrack, you may have a stiff spine and pain/back spasms, because your spine is not accustomed to the pressure. There are no side-effects but your spine will react to the upward force of the nodules with your symptoms certainly improving over the space of about 5 days. You may feel sore the first few days.

In view of this predictable (and necessary) response, the spine needs to be decompressed in stages. To begin with, a low-moderate pressure will be sufficient to lengthen the spine (and provoke a reaction). However, as your spine adapts to the Backrack, you will need to increase the pressure, using more advanced techniques.

For this reason, we have designed a comprehensive range of movements, designed to increase the pressure in stages.


Spinal Backack - 1st Advanced Excercises - Double Leg Raise with Tilt
Spinal Backack  - 1st Advanced Excercises - Double Leg Raise with Tilt

 

Spinal Backack – 1st Advanced Excercises – Double Leg Raise with Tilt

Now I will show you the advance exercise Double Leg Raise With Tilt that you can suggest to the patient to do with the Backrack.
The Advanced Excercises will decompress your spine using moderate-high pressure.
The patient should start from the starting position, where you should be lying on the rack, with your knees bent touching the floor. Next, bring up both legs towards your chest (as shown).
This will shift the weight of both legs over your lower back. Finally, tip yourself over to one side; this will shift your weight onto one side of your lumbar spine.
The increase in pressure will be substantial. After holding this position for a short period of time (perhaps 30 seconds), bring your legs further towards your chest.
Again, hold for 30 seconds, and repeat until your legs are as high as possible. Next, return your legs to the starting position (second picture) and lean over to the other side of your spine.
Repeat the instructions given above. For more info regarding the Spinal Backrack please visit our website www.spinalbackrack.com