If lower back pain is an ongoing concern for you, you might consider trying a Lo-Bak Trax spinal traction tool.
Lower back pain can be debilitating and oftentimes doctors are unable to find a cause or a cure. While self-chiropractic techniques can help you find some relief, a spinal traction device, like the Lo-Bak Trax, can also be helpful both in building back strength and lessening pain.
The Lo-Bak Trax is a FDA-cleared tool that can help treat herniated discs, stenosis, sciatica and degeneration. Those who use the tool report that it is incredibly easy to use and provides a great lower back stretch that can immediately help relieve back pain. In addition to being easy to use, you can also use the Lo-Bak Trax to target specific areas of pain in your back.
Unlike some back tools, Lo-Bak Trax is extremely easy to use. The back stretch is achieved through a pushing motion, which is a unique feature you won’t find with all other tools. You can control how hard you push, which means you can control how deep of a stretch you get. You don’t have to arrange your body in an awkward position to use the tool; in fact, you can use it while laying in bed!
This video explains how to use the Lo-Bak Trax:
QVC’s Lori Greiner, who is also known from the TV show Shark Tank, has been promoting the Lo-Bak Trax. Lori’s products tend to be quite successful and she only invests in the best. Lori actually went in search of this product to help cure her dad’s lower back pain! After two weeks, Lori’s dad – who is normally a skeptic – called to let her know that he absolutely loved the product and it had helped decrease his pain. This QVC video also does a great job of explaining the story of the product and how the Lo-Bak Trax works.
Still not convinced? This person describes Lo-Bak Trax as the best $40 she has ever spent! She calls it a life-changing device.
If you’re searching for a spine stretcher that targets lower back pain, that’s portable (the Lo Bak Trax weighs just four pounds), easy-to-use and affordable, this amazingly simple but effective spinal traction device is definitely worth exploring.