Ergo Back Pain Relief Belt (Health)
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Ergo Back Pain Relief Belt
This Back Pain Relief Belt uses spinal decompression technology only available so far by visiting a specialist! You can take the same technology home with you now! This technology is proven to be both easy-to-use and effective for back pain relief.
- Provides spinal decompression therapy to heal pain naturally
- Relieves painful pressure naturally for several hours/days after use
- Stabilizes the lower back for a taller, straighter posture
- Improves core strength to support a straight & healthy spine
- Stretches tight muscles to relieve stiffness and soreness
- Relieves herniated or bulging discs, spinal stenosis, scoliosis, sciatica & other spinal ailments
What is it used for?
The belt helps hold your midsection together to help support and stabilize your spine and muscles. With such support, you will stand taller and straighter, because it helps stop you from slouching. This not only helps improve your posture but also helps to reduce pain and strain on your back. It can be used during activities, or while resting and relaxing, such as walking, sitting, lying down, gardening, golfing, working, driving, and more. The belt is suitable for 29 - 49 inch waist, extension belt can be used according to individual needs.
How does it work?
(1) Decompression of Lower Back Joints & Spinal Discs:
The Decompression Belt stretches and retracts the lower back as it inflates with air. This gentle traction helps decompress the spinal discs. Decompression helps relieve pressure off pinched nerves, degenerative, herniated, and bulging discs. Relieving the pressure allows degenerative discs to get the water, oxygen, and nutrients it requires for faster healing. It permits herniated and bulging discs to return to their normal position and condition. Reducing the constriction on pinched nerves such as the sciatic nerve helps relieve shooting leg pains.
(2) Lift & Keep Upper Body Weight off Lower Back:
The Decompression Belt is not just a regular back support belt. It's used by doctors and back specialists during visits. When it is inflated, it increases in height by 4 inches (7.5 cm). The belt cradles the hip and the lower rib cage, it helps lift your upper body, unloading the weight off the lower back and allowing the muscles to relax. In doing so, the belt helps decrease pressure on your back, stretches tight muscles, and decompresses the discs. Less pressure means less pain.
(3) Stabilizes Lower Back & Improves Posture:
With aging, regular wear & tear, degenerative and herniated discs, the back can become unstable. Bending forward can trigger severe back pain and muscle spasms because the muscles are working hard to hold the spine together. By providing strong support and stabilization for the lower back, the Decompression Belt helps prevent this from occurring. The belt helps hold your midsection together to help support and stabilize your spine and muscles. With such support, you will stand taller and straighter, because it helps stop you from slouching. This not only helps improve your posture, but also helps reduces the strain and pain on your back.
What are the health benefits of back decompression?
(1) Strengthens Back & Core for Spine Support:
Wearing the Decompression Belt can actually help strengthen your back & core. With the Decompression Belt, you can get the support and pain relief you need to be active and do the things you’ve always avoided. By being active, you engage your back and abdominal muscles (collectively, your core) which helps keep them strong and healthy.
(2) Stretch & Relieve Tight Lower Back Muscles:
With injuries and misalignment (e.g. Herniated or bulging disc, spinal stenosis, scoliosis), the surrounding back muscles may automatically contract to help support and protect the area causing pain. Over time, these muscle contractions can lead to tight muscles and severe muscle tension. Muscle tension can cause stress on the spine and aggravate lower back pain. When inflated, the Decompression Belt gently pushes down on the hip and up on the lower rib to help stretch the lower back muscles. Stretching can help elongate muscles to help reduce stress on surrounding joints. It can also help increases your range of motion and improve your flexibility to help make daily activities easier.