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Options Other than Surgery that Go a Long Way in Treating Back Pain!

Certain symptoms may be a clear sign that you might require surgery. If found related to your spine condition these indicators may end up in surgery. New or progressing bowel/bladder issues Weakness in limbs Gait and balance problems Evidence of increased reflexes Can surgery be a good option for you? You need to consult multiple surgeons for the successful .

The Benefits of Spinal Decompression – The Spine Backrack System

Back pain is one of the most debilitating forms of discomfort, and happens to many people for various reasons. A safe and non-invasive, home based treatment based on spinal decompression is available and has produced numerous success stories for relieving pain without having to have surgery. Here at Spine Backrack our Backrack system which is based on 45 years clinical .
Spinal decompression seminar

Spinal Backrack Seminar

@fisioterapiadalmolin during a seminar related to the utilisation, efficiency and benefit of the Spinal Backrack System. Find out how the Spinal Backrack System can help your patients to treat and alleviate neck and back pain. Back Pain most cases of back pain are mechanical, due to so called “compression” , leading to deformity of the spine, resulting in back pain .
Causes of back pain

Our Western Lifestyle and Work-Causes of Back Pain and How it Develops

There are three general types of back pain that can cause you discomfort and irritation while at work: Manual labour back pain: this is inherent in jobs that require heavy manual labour such as lifting objects and repetitive bending.  Employees who perform strenuous work are more susceptible to developing a whole series of back pain over time, so they .
Exercise is for lower back pain

Spinal Backrack – 1st Basic Exercise – Starting position & Single Leg Raise

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 .
Spinal decompression therapy explained by Bogdan Luklinski.

Spinal Decompression Therapy with Spinal Backrack

What Really is Spinal Decompression? Before we discuss the spinal decompression therapy, let’s talk about the backbone for better understanding. From a medical point of view the backbone or spine is our ultimate companion and friend. It not only plays a vital role in carrying messages to and from the brain enabling our brain to exercise its control over .
Lumbar treatment using backrack

Do You Have Persistent Lower Back Pain?

Self-help for lower back pain sufferers If you suffer from lower back pain, you are certainly not alone. Lower back pain is classed as a musculoskeletal disorder and as such is one of the major reasons for absenteeism from work. A musculoskeletal disorder may affect your: lower limbs your arms or neck and your back In the year between .
COPA innovation of the year award 2018 finalists

Innovation Of The Year Award – 2018 Finalists

We are proud to share that Spinal Backrack has been nominated as a finalist for the COPA Series Innovation Award! The COPA Series from May 9-10 in London, UK is one of Europe’s leading events for rehabilitation professionals. Come and visit us at the STAND NUMBER: 2214 See you there!
Healthy disc vs degenerative disc

Have You Been Diagnosed With Degenerative Disc Disease?

What is Degenerative Disc Disease? Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD) is all part of the natural ageing process. Sometimes, the normal changes that occur in your discs cause you pain. These processes may not cause you any pain, but they can be painful for many people. Think of your discs as shock absorbers. They are in between the vertebrae in .
Back support to fix lumbar pain

Do You Suffer from Back Pain? Try The Lumbar Belt

Lower Back Pain while you are at work If you have lower back pain while you are at work, you should report it to your health and safety representative and your employer. Talk with them about how your work situation could be improved. For example, perhaps you need a chair support, or perhaps your work station needs adjusting to .
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