Are you suffering from back pain? Whether you experience it as a sharp, searing pain or a dull ache, back pain can be a severe problem. If you don’t take care of your back, it can be detrimental to your long-term health and quality of life.
Our PostureTherapy™ Back Stretcher is a simple, non-surgical way to create space between the vertebrae, fight lower to mid back pain, and improve posture. It’s one-size-fits-all, 100% safe, and easy to use.
Try it at home for 30 days and if you don’t like it, return it for your money back. No questions asked.
Anyone with back pain knows how expensive Chiropractic and Massage can be. For less than one-fifth of the cost, you can receive the lifelong benefits of those treatments with our adjustable Back Stretcher.
Just 5-10 minutes a day devoted to stretching can protect your back, fight chronic pain, and improve your range of motion.
If your typical day includes hunching over a desk or laptop for 8 to 10 hours, you are not alone! People, on average, are sitting for 13 hours every day. It puts tremendous pressure on muscles, joints, and ligaments. No wonder that our natural posture has become increasingly curved, slumped, and sore.
You may not immediately recognize the damage your posture is doing – but your body does.
The best way to prevent long-term back problems is to keep your back muscles fit and flexible. The PostureTherapy™ Back Stretcher is designed to strengthen your back and boost blood circulation. It will help you feel your body better, be more aware of your muscles, making it easier to correct your posture.
Having good posture is about more than looking good. It helps you develop strength, flexibility, and balance in your body. These can all lead to less muscle pain and more energy throughout the day.
When poor posture is not fixed, you can develop problems like Sciatica, Slipped Disk, Bulging Disk, Headaches, and Poor Focus. Your posture affects your physical health, but it can also affect your mental health and how you feel about yourself.
The key to fixing poor posture is stretching the muscles in the upper and lower back. When lying down on the PostureTherapy™ Back Stretcher, gravity allows the front of your body to stretch out and upwards effortlessly. The surrounding muscles start to relax, gently decompressing the discs in your vertebrae, realigning the spine, relieving tension and pain. You’ll be amazed at how good it feels!
When you use the Back Stretcher, you decompress your spine and increase the vertebrae’s space, allowing fresh blood to circulate in your spinal disks. Acupressure massage points boost the blood flow even more!
Spinal disks need the oxygen and nutrients this fresh blood provides to heal the spine and relieve pain. Stretching the spine increases a substance found in your spine called proteoglycans, which play a role in the spine’s self-healing mechanism.
A boost in blood flow can uplift your mood, improve your energy levels, and promote better health and well-being.
A pinched nerve refers to a certain kind of damage to a nerve or group of nerves. It’s caused when a disc, bone, or muscle places increased pressure on the nerve. Some pinched nerves will require professional care to treat. If you’re looking to alleviate mild pain at home, the Back Stretcher is perfect for you.
Gentle stretches can help relieve the pressure on your nerve and improve your symptoms. Don’t go too deeply into a stretch. If you begin to feel pain or discomfort, ease up on the stretch. Remember, those small movements can have a significant impact.
After a single session, you will notice incredible improvements and relief of your back pain for the entire day.
However, you need to use a back stretcher regularly to see the full results it can offer, but people with chronic lower back pain have experienced relief within 2 weeks of the daily back stretching.
One of the best aspects of this equipment is that it’s durable and long-lasting, and you generally only need to invest once to get long-term benefits.
1. Place the base and the arch on a flat surface.
2. Get on your knees to stabilize the base.
3. Press with your knees on the broader end of the base, and apply some force to bend the arch.
4. Adjust the Stretcher to a comfortable level. We recommend starting with a minimal setting.
5. Slowly lay down on the Stretcher while supporting yourself with elbows.
6. Relax and breathe deeply for 5-10 minutes. Slowly roll over after you finish your stretch.
As you get more advanced and flexible, you can move to a higher stretch setting. In no time, you’ll be walking taller, with more confidence as your posture will improve.