PRLog - Aug. 5, 2014 - LIVERPOOL, U.K. -- Lower back pain plagues a reported 10 million Britons every day, resulting in a reliance on over-the-counter remedies and an estimated £530 million annual spend on pain medication. Significantly, the majority of lower back pain complaints are associated with the lumbar region and this is only rising due to increasing sedentary lifestyles.
LumbaCurve Pain Relief
Using patented technology LumbaCurve combines a Passive Gravity Assisted Traction (PGAT) with the effect of acupressure stimulation.
Simply slide LumbaCurve under the base of the spine, when lying in a comfortable position on firm and comfortable flooring. This stretches the lower back, causing the vertebral joints to separate. This in turn relaxes the discs and frees up the spinal nerves, thus providing pain relief. It also avoids direct pressure on the spine and sacrum, which would cause pain in the very area which requires relief. Position LumbaCurve comfortably in the lumbar region of the lower back, before practising careful stretching exercises to optimise the contact areas of LumbaCurve to the area of pain.
David Pegg, UK director of LumbaCurve says, “LumbaCurve is a product which has been painstakingly developed to target an issue which affects millions; many of whom do not have the time or the resources to truly overcome. Revolutionising pain management, we are thrilled to be introducing this unique product to UK consumers.”
Used by physiotherapists, chiropractors and osteopaths alike, this 100% safe, fast-working solution can be used to treat a wide variety of ailments including lower back pain, muscle inflammation, and sciatica, as well as sports-related injuries and reducing post-exercise muscle fatigue. In addition to targeting and alleviating pain, the LumbaCurve design also provides the user with the combined benefits of shiatsu stimulation, yogic stretch, and acupressure massage.
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon,Mr George Ampat FRCS, comments, “Having personally used the LumbaCurve device after suffering from lower back pain, I believe that LumbaCurve is of benefit to some patients suffering from discal problems, amongst other lower back pain issues that commonly occur. I am very interested in the ongoing development of this product, including the completion of the Randomised Control Trial currently underway at the Allied Health Professions Research Unit of the University of Central Lancashire.”
The research study currently being carried out by the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, investigates the effect of the LumbaCurve device on lower back pain and function. Trials are due for completion in August 2014.
LumbaCurve is offered with a “Back pain relief or your money back guarantee”
Visit http://www.lumbacurve.com for details