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What is Sciatica and can Backrack help?

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What is Sciatica?
This is a layman’s term used to describe a common back problem and as such it is not a clinical definition of any specific condition. Sciatica is related to the sciatic nerve which is the thickest and strongest nerve in the body.
The nerve can sustain a hanging weight of 700kg (the weight of 7 adult men) before breaking. The roots of the Sciatic nerve control motory, sensory and mixed functions via the bones, muscles and skin and it divides into two sections which pass down from the spine, through the hips, into each leg.
Since none of the nerve roots correspond physiologically, different types of pain can be produced; e.g. a dull ache is felt in bone, numbness (acroparisthesia) in skin, and sharp pain in muscle – and of course these symptoms can overlap.
The Sciatic nerve is in close proximity to adjacent discs (1.2-1.5 mm) which is why so-called discongenic pain can arise. This pain however is caused by the tethering or rubbing of the nerve sleeve, and not by the discs themselves, while compression of the nerve doesn’t necessarily cause any pain.
As a result of mechanical friction affecting any of the nerve roots, the condition can become inflammatory which is extremely painful. If not treated properly this will lead to scarification in the area around the inflamed sleeve which in time would result in devascularisation (reduced blood supply to the veins).
The body reduces the supply of blood to certain veins if parts of the body are scarred and no longer require it as much as when the tissue was healthy. This process, which occurs as a result of the condition and also as a consequence of surgery, often produces referred pain along those nerves which are affected.
Backrack treats and prevents Sciatica
Can Backrack Help?
Backrack works directly on the causes, and hence the symptoms of sciatica, even chronic cases (please note: anything over 3 months is classed as a chronic case) but your treatment on the Backrack will require you to be dedicated and carry out the instructions as per the manual and videos to get optimum results.
Working on cervical, thoracic and lumbar regions the patient is in control of their own treatment, in their own home 

If you are looking for a safe and unique way to treat and prevent Backpain look no further, be in control, safely and try the Backrack System at home.
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Spinal Backrack - Why our Belt is Unique?

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REDUCE YOUR BACK PAIN WITHOUT INVASIVE SURGERY OR PAIN KILLERS
Say goodbye to chronic pain with patented technology from Harley Street specialists
UNIQUE CONCEPT + APPLICATION SYSTEM
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Avoid unnecessary Back pain and invasive treatments such as surgery using the Backrack spine system, these products can be added to your daily life style to treat and prevent all forms of Back pain and their associated symptoms.


WATCH THE VIDEOS TO SEE BACKRACK AND BACK BELT IN ACTION


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ABOUT US
We are a small, highly regarded, London-based spinal clinic (our brand belongs to Spine Back Rack Ltd) with a big vision: to destroy back pain myths for good. Our managing director, Bogdan Luklinski, is a leading specialist in spinal medicine based at his clinic in Harley Street, London, UK.
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Aug 8, 2018 - Leave a comment Spinal Backrack – Why our Belt is Unique?Admin  Almost all back pain is caused by bone deformity directly linked to, compression. This is when your spine becomes ...Aug 4, 2018 - Leave a comment Spinal Backack – 2nd Advanced Exercises &#82Admin  Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have been ...Aug 1, 2018 - Leave a comment Back pain and PregnancyAdmin  During pregnancy you back is put under extreme pressure with your growing baby expanding you body, women typically gain ...Jul 27, 2018 - Leave a comment The Benefits of Spinal Decompression – The SAdmin  Back pain is one of the most debilitating forms of discomfort, and happens to many people for various reasons. ...Jul 25, 2018 - Leave a comment What are the differences between Bulging, HerniateAdmin  1.Bulging Disc:  A bulging disc is a condition in which the nucleus (inner portion) of a spinal disc remains contained within the annulus ...Jul 13, 2018 - Leave a comment Spinal Backack – 1st Advanced Excercises &#8Admin  Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have been ...Jul 12, 2018 - Leave a comment Back Pain StatisticsAdmin  Almost 80% of Americans will have back problems at some point in their life. The most common form is in ...Jul 10, 2018 - Leave a comment What is a Bone Spur?Admin  A bone spur is an outgrowth of bone that can occur along the edges of a bone. It is also called an osteophyte. Bone spurs can ...Jul 6, 2018 - Leave a comment Spinal Backack – 3rd Basic Exercise – Admin    Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have ...Jul 4, 2018 - Leave a comment ORTHOPAEDIC MEDICINE – The Non Surgical WayAdmin  Orthopaedic Medicine The established procedures of Orthopaedic Medicine provide highly effective  non-surgical treatment options for curing a whole range of spinal ...


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Spinal Backack - 2nd Advanced Exercises - Stomach Crunch

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Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have been carefully developed from long experience to mobilise the facet joints of the spine and to reduce as required, back, neck, and hip pain.
When you first lie on the Backrack, you may have a stiff spine and pain/back spasms, because your spine is not accustomed to the pressure. There are no side-effects but your spine will react to the upward force of the nodules with your symptoms certainly improving over the space of about 5 days. You may feel sore the first few days.
In view of this predictable (and necessary) response, the spine needs to be decompressed in stages. To begin with, a low-moderate pressure will be sufficient to lengthen the spine (and provoke a reaction). However, as your spine adapts to the Backrack, you will need to increase the pressure, using more advanced techniques.
For this reason, we have designed a comprehensive range of movements, designed to increase the pressure in stages.


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Spinal Backack – 2nd Advanced Exercises – Stomach Crunch

Now I will show you the advanced exercise stomach crunch that you can recommend to your patients to do using the Backrack.
This exercise will strengthen the deep, abdominal muscles that help to stabilise the spine. Moderate pressure is also applied to the lower back.
The patient should start from the starting position, where you should be lying on the rack, with your knees bent touching the floor. Lift your upper torso (upper back, shoulders and neck) off the rack.
Use your hands to support the weight of your head. As you can see from the video, you do not need to lift very far. Do not use your arms to lift: this will stop you from targeting your abdominal muscles.
Do not tense your neck, When you lift, focus your eyes on the ceiling: this will help to keep your neck (and back) as straight as possible.
As you lift, keep your lower abdominals tensed (up and in), and breath out slowly. Exhale, until you come to the end of your breath: this will help you to keep the tension in your abdominal muscles in a safe and reliable manner  Limit the number of repetitions (perhaps to as little as five or ten).
“For more info regarding the Spinal Backrack please visit our website www.spinalbackrack.com
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Back pain and Pregnancy

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REDUCE YOUR BACK PAIN WITHOUT INVASIVE SURGERY OR PAIN KILLERS
Say goodbye to chronic pain with patented technology from Harley Street specialists
UNIQUE CONCEPT + APPLICATION SYSTEM
=
NO SURGERY
FIND THE RIGHT PRODUCT


Join 4212+ happy customers worldwide who has reduced back and neck pain with backrack








Avoid unnecessary Back pain and invasive treatments such as surgery using the Backrack spine system, these products can be added to your daily life style to treat and prevent all forms of Back pain and their associated symptoms.


WATCH THE VIDEOS TO SEE BACKRACK AND BACK BELT IN ACTION


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ABOUT US
We are a small, highly regarded, London-based spinal clinic (our brand belongs to Spine Back Rack Ltd) with a big vision: to destroy back pain myths for good. Our managing director, Bogdan Luklinski, is a leading specialist in spinal medicine based at his clinic in Harley Street, London, UK.
NEWSLETTER












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Aug 1, 2018 - Leave a comment Back pain and PregnancyAdmin  During pregnancy you back is put under extreme pressure with your growing baby expanding you body, women typically gain ...Jul 27, 2018 - Leave a comment The Benefits of Spinal Decompression – The SAdmin  Back pain is one of the most debilitating forms of discomfort, and happens to many people for various reasons. ...Jul 25, 2018 - Leave a comment What are the differences between Bulging, HerniateAdmin  1.Bulging Disc:  A bulging disc is a condition in which the nucleus (inner portion) of a spinal disc remains contained within the annulus ...Jul 13, 2018 - Leave a comment Spinal Backack – 1st Advanced Excercises &#8Admin  Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have been ...Jul 12, 2018 - Leave a comment Back Pain StatisticsAdmin  Almost 80% of Americans will have back problems at some point in their life. The most common form is in ...Jul 10, 2018 - Leave a comment What is a Bone Spur?Admin  A bone spur is an outgrowth of bone that can occur along the edges of a bone. It is also called an osteophyte. Bone spurs can ...Jul 6, 2018 - Leave a comment Spinal Backack – 3rd Basic Exercise – Admin    Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have ...Jul 4, 2018 - Leave a comment ORTHOPAEDIC MEDICINE – The Non Surgical WayAdmin  Orthopaedic Medicine The established procedures of Orthopaedic Medicine provide highly effective  non-surgical treatment options for curing a whole range of spinal ...Jun 29, 2018 - Leave a comment Spinal Backrack SeminarAdmin  @fisioterapiadalmolin during a seminar related to the utilisation, efficiency and benefit of the Spinal Backrack System. Find out how the ...Jun 28, 2018 - Leave a comment Our Western Lifestyle and Work-Causes of Back PainAdmin  There are three general types of back pain that can cause you discomfort and irritation while at work: Manual ...


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The Benefits of Spinal Decompression - The Spine Backrack System

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Back pain is one of the most debilitating forms of discomfort, and happens to many people for various reasons. A safe and non-invasive, home based treatment based on spinal decompression is available and has produced numerous success stories for relieving pain without having to have surgery. Here at Spine Backrack our Backrack system which is based on 45 years clinical experience in non-invasive Orthopaedic medicine helps relieve, treat and prevent many forms of Back pain.
Treat & Prevent your Backpain with the Spine Backrack System

It cleverly allows the patient to be in charge of his or her own treatment in a safe way. Based on a complex concept that is CE marked and MHRA approved, it looks simple but is based on vast specialistic knowledge. A series of exercises are followed (see manual and videos) and the patient can work on cervical, thoracic and lumbar areas, depending on their needs and symptoms:
Cervical: deals with:

Headaches/Migraines
Neck pain
Toothache
Stenosis
Dizziness
Weakness/Numbness
Pain between C6 & C7

Thoracic: deals with:

Chest/Rib Pain
Leg Pain
Nerve impingement
Ageing spine
Stenosis
Visceral Problems: constipation, bowel & bladder weakness
Heart palpitations/difficulties in breathing

Lumbar: deals with:

Lower Back pain
Leg pain
Scoliosis
Sciatica
Herniated/[prolapsed disc
Spodylosis
Stenosis
Hip Pain
Weakness/Numbness

and more…
Spinal decompression involves the process of alleviating pressure that is built up over time inside the discs of the back, which are located between each vertebra.
Use the Spine Backrack System as instructed and you can feel the benefits

 
Spine Backrack is a safe, non-invasive home therapy that is highly effective, stopping the need for unnecessary painkillers (which only mask the symptoms), and surgery which we believe is not the answer and causes many irreversible issues. Spine Backrack deals with the symptoms and hence the causes of Backpain.
Treat and prevent your Backpain and get back to you today with the Spine Backrack System
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What are the differences between Bulging, Herniated and Prolapsed Discs?

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1.Bulging Disc: 
A bulging disc is a condition in which the nucleus (inner portion) of a spinal disc remains contained within the annulus fibrosus (outer portion), unlike a herniated disc in which the nucleus leaks out of the disc.
Symptoms include:

Numbness
Weakness,
Tingling
Muscle spasms or cramping,

These will depend on the region of the spine where nerve compression occurred
 2. Herniated Disc: A herniated disc is a condition in which the annulus fibrosus (outer portion) of the vertebral disc is torn, enabling the nucleus (inner portion) to herniate or extrude through the fibers. Usually occurs at the sides of back and is a partial crack.
Symptoms include:

pain and numbness, most commonly on one side of the body
pain that extends to your arms or legs
pain that worsens at night or with certain movements
pain that worsens after standing or sitting
pain when walking short distances
tingling, aching, or burning sensations in the affected area

 3. Prolapsed Disc: A prolapsed disc, commonly referred to as  slipped disc, occurs when the gel-like, inner nucleus of an intervertebral disc bulges or seeps through a weakened region in its hard outer casing. It is a total crack of a disc.
Symptoms include:

In severe cases, loss of control of bladder and/or bowels, numbness in the genital area, and impotence (in men)
Numbness, pins and needles, or tingling in one or both arms or legs
Pain behind the shoulder blade(s) or in the buttock(s)
Pain running down one or both arms or legs
The location of these symptoms depends upon which nerve(s) has been affected. In other words, the precise location of the
symptoms helps determine your diagnosis.
Weakness involving one or both arms or legs


 
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Spinal Backack - 1st Advanced Excercises - Double Leg Raise with Tilt

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Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have been carefully developed from long experience to mobilise the facet joints of the spine and to reduce as required, back, neck, and hip pain.
When you first lie on the Backrack, you may have a stiff spine and pain/back spasms, because your spine is not accustomed to the pressure. There are no side-effects but your spine will react to the upward force of the nodules with your symptoms certainly improving over the space of about 5 days. You may feel sore the first few days.
In view of this predictable (and necessary) response, the spine needs to be decompressed in stages. To begin with, a low-moderate pressure will be sufficient to lengthen the spine (and provoke a reaction). However, as your spine adapts to the Backrack, you will need to increase the pressure, using more advanced techniques.
For this reason, we have designed a comprehensive range of movements, designed to increase the pressure in stages.


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Spinal Backack – 1st Advanced Excercises – Double Leg Raise with Tilt
Now I will show you the advance exercise Double Leg Raise With Tilt that you can suggest to the patient to do with the Backrack.

The Advanced Excercises will decompress your spine using moderate-high pressure.

The patient should start from the starting position, where you should be lying on the rack, with your knees bent touching the floor. Next, bring up both legs towards your chest (as shown).

This will shift the weight of both legs over your lower back. Finally, tip yourself over to one side; this will shift your weight onto one side of your lumbar spine.

The increase in pressure will be substantial. After holding this position for a short period of time (perhaps 30 seconds), bring your legs further towards your chest.

Again, hold for 30 seconds, and repeat until your legs are as high as possible. Next, return your legs to the starting position (second picture) and lean over to the other side of your spine.

Repeat the instructions given above. For more info regarding the Spinal Backrack please visit our website www.spinalbackrack.com 
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Back Pain Statistics

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Almost 80% of Americans will have back problems at some point in their life. The most common form is in the lower back, which at times can result in disabling episodes.
The number of Americans experiencing lower back pain (LBP) is on the rise, especially amongst over-65s
Based on data collected in a 2013 study conducted by the CDC, 29% of Americans experienced lower back problems in the last three months, compared to 28.1% in 1997.
For the over-65s age group this figure is higher. In 1997, 29.5% of this age group experienced pain, and increased to 33.7% in 2013.
Back problems are more common in adult women than men
The CDC’s research, based on household interviews amongst the civilian population, found that nearly a third of the female adult population suffered from LBP, compared to a quarter of the male adult population.
Courtesy of TheGoodBody.com 
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What is a Bone Spur?

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A bone spur is an outgrowth of bone that can occur along the edges of a bone. It is also called an osteophyte. Bone spurs can form in any bone but are most commonly found in joints, where two or more bones come together. They also occur where muscles, ligaments, or tendons attach to the bone.
Bone Spurs can occur in any bone in the body (such as the feet) but here we concentrate on spinal bone spurs.
Lumbar osteophytes, or bone spurs, are growths that form on the joints in the lower back as a result of degenerative changes to the spine. … When a bone spur is impinging on a nerve in the lumbar spine, it can cause symptoms of radiating pain, weakness, tingling, or numbness in the legs and feet.

As the nerves become compressed, patients with bone spurs complain of several neurological symptoms including:

Pain in one or both arms or legs.
Numbness or tingling in one or both arms or legs.
Progressive weakness in one or both arms or legs.
In very rare cases, bowel and bladder incontinence may occur.

Bone spurs will not go away on their own, but there is no reason to rush into the decision of undergoing surgery.
We here at Spine Backrack do not believe that surgery is the answer,  however the type of treatments currently available are:

Medications (addictive-not recommended)
Short period of rest
Rehabilitation therapy
Cortisone epidural steroid injections (short relief, not recommended)
Surgery (not recommended)

It is much better to manage the osteophyte than to operate or undertake the above which have other side effects.
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Spinal Backack - 3rd Basic Exercise - Backwards Tilt

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Once in the Starting Position (shown above), patients are encouraged to perform a series of exercises. These have been carefully developed from long experience to mobilise the facet joints of the spine and to reduce as required, back, neck, and hip pain.
When you first lie on the Backrack, you may have a stiff spine and pain/back spasms, because your spine is not accustomed to the pressure. There are no side-effects but your spine will react to the upward force of the nodules with your symptoms certainly improving over the space of about 5 days. You may feel sore the first few days.
In view of this predictable (and necessary) response, the spine needs to be decompressed in stages. To begin with, a low-moderate pressure will be sufficient to lengthen the spine (and provoke a reaction). However, as your spine adapts to the Backrack, you will need to increase the pressure, using more advanced techniques.
For this reason, we have designed a comprehensive range of movements, designed to increase the pressure in stages.
Spinal Backack – 3rd Basic Exercise – Backwards Tilt


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The patient should start from the starting position, where you should be lying on the rack, with your knees bent touching the floor. At this stage the patient should lift the hip bone as high as they can, working with the gluten muscle alongside the abdominal area.
The backward tilt will increase the pressure on your neck and cervical area. You should therefore approach this exercise carefully. Do not hold the position for too long. It is better to hold the position for a short period of time, and to do a larger number of reps (or repetitions). Finally, remember to keep breathing throughout the exercise
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