Most reported lower back pain complaints are associated with the lumbar region and this condition is likely to continue to rise due to increasingly sedentary lifestyles.For the low back pain and sciatica sufferer this can cause despair and depression, often as a result of the seemingly ineffective remedies or therapies available.
The good news for sufferers is that LumbaCurve International of Liverpool Science Park will be showcasing the latest version of their ingenious device designed and developed in the UK and Netherlands to provide pain relief and mobility to sufferers of non specific lower back pain. Visitors will be invited to try LumbaCurve, which is simple to use and on offer at an introductory price, with a full pain relief or money back guarantee
LumbaCurve works by utilising both Eastern and Western therapies employed in back pain relief. LumbaCurve initially provides a passive gravity assisted traction (PGAT which gently stretches the lower back, causing the vertebral joints to separate. By doing this it relaxes the discs and frees up the spinal nerves, thus giving drug free back pain relief, as practised by Western physiotherapists, Chiropractors, and Osteopaths.
Lumbacurve is drug free, totally portable, requires no power source,and can be used by both individuals or manual healthcare professionals as an aid to their own therapy specialism
In addition to testimonials on its effectiveness, LumbaCurve is currently completing clinical trials to measure its effectiveness against standard NHS treatment guidelines, the results of which are to be published in the medical press later this year.
LumbaCurve is suitable for adults who experience lower back pain as a result of occupational posture related conditions for example pc users, drivers or recreationally aggravated conditions such as in golfers or gardeners. LumbaCurve is very easy to use, and with minimal time and effort the effects could be amazing. To see Lumbacurve visit http//:lumbacurve.com
Lumbacurve can be seen at Stand B22, The Back Pain Show 4th to 6th July, Olympia, London W14 8UX