How can I relieve back pain?
It’s a common question asked by many people across the world. There are several different treatment modalities that people use to relieve back pain symptoms. Spinal decompression is one of them, as it helps treat most back pains by changing the force and position of the spine.
2 Ways To Decompress Spine
Spinal compression can be attributed as the underlying cause of over 95% of all back pains. Thus, if we can decompress the spine, we can treat the root cause of pain. There are the following 2 methods to decompress the spine:
- Decompression Surgery
- Decompression Therapy
Here, we won’t discuss the surgical procedure because non-surgical therapeutic spinal decompression way is much safer, effective, convenient, pain-free, and cost-efficient. According to a study, 86% of patients with a ruptured disc and 75% with facet arthrosis had successful results using spinal decompression therapy.
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
There are many self-treatment devices available in the market that helps in decompressing the spine naturally through exercise. However, the efficacy of each product is different because every product uses a different decompression technology. Today, we’ll talk about the Spinal Backrack Technology that is used and recommended by world top spinal specialists for back pain relief.
Spinal Backrack Decompression Device
Based on 45+ years of clinical experience, our spinal specialists have come up with a unique spinal decompression device called Backrack. It’s a CE marked product specially designed for home use that doesn’t requite any supervision.
The Backrack is a complete spinal care device that helps you treat the cause of most back pains by following a simple programme of exercises designed by our spine specialists.
The unique design of the device follows the natural curvature of the human spine, which helps you fix postural problems while the wooden nodules embedded within the rack decompress your spine gently.
Now, let’s discuss the pros and cons of Backrack vs. other treatment modalities.
Backrack vs. Other Treatments
According to medical professionals, if the cause of pain is not clearly identifiable, then undergoing a surgical procedure wouldn’t be the right decision.
However, we believe that even if you know the cause of pain and if it can be treated without surgery, then you shouldn’t take the risk of going under the knife.
Unfortunately, the incidence of wrong-level-spine-surgery is very high. According to a survey, the rate of wrong-level-spine surgery is around 15%.
On the other hand, Backrack is a 100% safe, natural treatment that helps relieve almost all common back pains through easy at-home exercises.
NOTE: If you have conditions like cancer, infections, fractured or broken vertebrae, then do not use any therapy or home remedy and contact your health provider immediately.
Backrack vs. Injection-based Treatments
Steroid-based and a few other types of injections are also used to relieve back pain, but they only provide a temporary solution. Injection-based procedures only help in managing back pain, but they don’t treat the core problem, so the pain comes back after some time.
Now, if you use the Backrack device, it works on the whole spine and helps you treat the root cause of back pain by decompressing your entire spinal column, in a manner that is pain-free and doesn’t require frequent visits to get injections.
Backrack vs. Pharmacologic Treatments
For back pain relief, many people rely on painkillers, anti-inflammatory medication, or muscle relaxants, but we never recommend you do that for the following 2 reasons:
- OTC medication provides temporary pain relief and doesn’t address the underlying cause of your pain.
- Many of them come with unwanted side-effects so prolonged use of these medicines is not good at all.
Consider using Backrack for a long-term back pain relief. Since it decompresses all 24 vertebrae of your spinal column, so there is no chance for the underlying cause of your pain to exist.
It can be used for various spinal conditions such as lower back pain (lumbar pain), sciatica, neck pain, thoracic pain, disc problems, spinal disorders affecting the back muscles and ligaments, headaches, and many others.
Author: Spinal Backrack