Why You Should Use Backrack For Your Back Pain?

The Backrack has been designed by Harley Street spine specialists with back pain sufferers in mind. It is totally safe for you to use at home. It has been granted a patent and, naturally, this should be considered as proof of its efficacy.

It is also endorsed by a specialist who has worked for many years with patients who have needed spinal rehabilitation. It is a product which can be used on the spine as well as the neck. It bears the CE mark which means that it conforms with the health and safety standards of the European Union.

Many back pain sufferers think about having surgery in an attempt to rid them of their back pain. However, having intrusive surgery may cause more harm than good. Why undergo an operation which might make your pain worse? For many people, the Backrack is a great alternative for unnecessary procedure, as it is easy to use and very safe.

Decompression, back pain and the Backrack

The device works by gently stretching your spine, massaging in in the process, through exercises that only use your own body weight on the device. Over time, as the negative pressure is removed from the spine, the space between the vertebrae as well as the length and shape of the spine are restored in a gradual manner, allowing your spine to feel stretched and relaxed, rather than tense and painful. This is called spinal decompression.

Spinal decompression falls under two categories:

  • Surgical spinal decompression, also known as surgical spinal decompression therapy or spinal decompression surgery (is the surgical way to relieve pressure from the spine through invasive medical procedures, and require a long period of healing post-operation)
  • Nonsurgical spinal decompression (a category that the Backrack is part of), which offers all the long term benefits of decompressing the spine, without requiring any costly medical visits or long periods of recovery after use

The spinal decompression that results after using the Backrack takes the pressure off your spinal discs – the gel-like disc material that stand between the bone structures (vertebrae) in your spine – leading to intradiscal pressure relief, and ultimately back pain relief. What this means if you have a bulging, or herniated disc, or discs, is that they may retract, and this will help your spine enormously. When your spine and all its components are not under pressure, the movement of water, oxygen and other spinal fluids are able to heal.

What medical conditions are associated with spinal compression?

Some of the conditions that are linked to spinal compression, and which can also be addressed by the Backrack include:

  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Impingement of the spinal cord or nerves
  • Herniated or bulging discs
  • Sciatica
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Iliac crest pain
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Poor posture
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Spinal Backrack Conditions

Backrack Spinal Decompression Therapy

The Spinal Backrack is a gamechanger in non-surgical spinal decompression. It works by applying gentle pressure through massage that uses your own body weight as you perform specially designed exercises. There is no need for medical supervision, and the exercises can be done at your own pace.

So why not join thousands of people who have already claimed back their pain free life thanks to the Backrack?

Have you tried yoga or Pilates to ease your back pain?

If you use the Backrack in conjunction with yoga or Pilates exercises, you will soon understand that the pain can be treated in non-surgical ways. These approaches can also help release the build-up of stress in the body and in the back more specifically, which can help soothe back pain.

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