Back Bubble: Lumbar Spinal Decompression
Millions of Americans Need the Back Bubble Lumber Spinal Decompression Product.
The Back Bubble Lumbar Spinal Decompression product was designed with a view to alleviating the back pain felt by many Americans.
The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) said in a recent study that 70-85% of all Americans will suffer from back pain in their lives. Lower back pain is the fifth most common reason for all physician visits.
The "lower back" is the layman's word for the lumbar spine.
Often times, back pain has to do with the lumbar vertebrae in the spine. The simple act of standing or sitting puts pressure on these vertebrae, which are the five lowest vertebrae in the spine. This means that in any upright position, these vertebrae are under enormous pressure. This continual pressure can cause the lumbar disks to shift and can cause the slippery material in between the disks to thin, which can lead to pain.
The Back Bubble Lumbar Spinal Decompression product is specifically designed to give your back a break.
According to the ACA, about a quarter of all Americans have said they had all-day back pain within the last month. That is about 76 million people!
The Back Bubble Lumbar Spinal Decompression product is a kind of simple harness that allows the user to hang, free from gravity, which is what causes lumbar compression. It allows the spine to slightly shift into its natural position, which alleviates pain. It is easy to use in a number of positions which are provided in an easy-to-read instruction manual. These positions are designed to target different types of back pain.
Have you ever had someone "crack your back" for you? Hopefully it was a Chiropractor, Physician, or Massage Therapist, but this is a common practice among untrained Americans. It takes on many forms, all of which may be dangerous when performed by someone who isn't a medical professional.
The Back Bubble Lumbar Spinal Decompression product only requires one person: you, the person with back pain. It is completely safe and approved by the FDA.
Author: J. Dooley, Chronic Pain Syndome Treatment Reviews