Back pain affects a large portion of the population. This has led to many advancements being made to cure and manage back pain, and in the era of the Internet, resources are abundant. This, however, comes with some disadvantages. Misinformation is at an all-time high and more invasive methods are now in practice than ever.
Invasive methods have their place in the world, but they are the last means of treatment for those who have exhausted every other method in efforts to manage back pain. Having said that, one effective method of managing back pain is through spinal decompression therapy with the Backrack.
The Backrack Technology
What Makes It Unique?
The Backrack is simple in design and in use, ensuring that you can effectively use it without any outside help or without making the pain worse. Its compactness allows you to store it at home and easily use it whenever you want. This saves you from the hassle of going out to see a physiotherapist and other professionals and paying others to use their equipment.
The unique design is engineered to mirror the structure of the spinal column, following the spinal curve. This aids with spinal conditions related to deformation and makes it a tight fit to lay down easily on.
Because of this it works on back pain causes, rather than the symptoms themselves.
The defining feature of the rack other than its unique shape is the presence of distinctive wooden nodes on the rods. These nodes apply gentle pressure at key points on your back that help relive back pain as you perform exercises dedicated to each region of the spine.
It is very effective for many types of pain, such as low back pain and even on cases of chronic back pain.
How It Can Help
The back consists of a number of complex structures interconnected to each other to achieve mobility and provide support. One of those structures is the spinal column. The column is made up of many vertebrae stacked on top of one other cushioned by discs in-between them. These discs also act as shock absorption devices.
Due to the nature of the discs, it may be possible for them to suffer from a condition called slipped disc. This happens when the soft inner core of the disc leaks out through the outer rigid area. This can be a source of severe pain and further complications. The Backrack once again can help you manage and treat your back from these conditions.
Sometimes the structure of the column can become misaligned or deformed due to external pressure or defects. One such condition that is responsible for a shortened spinal length is spinal compression, and the Backrack is excellent at correcting this deformity through the opposite process, called spinal decompression. It reverses the damage of compression and returns the spine to its natural state.
These deformities can also affect posture and prevent you from keeping your back straight. Bad posture can have a negative effect especially on your lower back. As such, lower back pain tends to be one of the most common types of pain affecting the back.
Another component of the back that can become problematic are the back muscles. Back spasms can often affect them and lead to muscle pain.
However, the parts of the spine that are most likely to be affected are the nerve roots, which can often become trapped, and because of their connection with the spinal cord, and ultimately with the central nervous system, can affect pain signals and trigger pain sensations.
Use the Backrack to deal with back pain naturally without having to take any resort to invasive treatments or pain relief medication. With the Backrack you will not only gain pain relief from reliving your current back problems but also stop back pain from developing in the future from other or the same complications.
Together with the Backrack and a healthy lifestyle you will not have to worry about pain management for your back problems again (including chronic pain), as your back health will improve noticeably, and you will no longer need to rely on pain relievers.
Author: Spinal Backrack