Taking A Look At The Spine-Worx Back Realignment Device

Published: 01st August 2009
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The Spine-Worx Back Realignment Device is one of the top rated and top selling back pain relief products on Amazon. If you or someone you love is suffering from sharp or chronic back pain, you may experience relief by lying down on the $35 Spine-Worx device, which can help realign your spine into its natural position again. The chiropractor who designed this realignment device says that just 15 minutes a day should help your body correct itself.

The Spine-Worx Back Realignment Device looks like a blue rectangular pad with two yellow contoured rails that are uniquely molded to fit the natural shape of the mid and lower back. The system is used by placing the Spine-Worx on the floor, with a small pillow placed for your head.

You then sit in front of the system and slowly lower yourself down with your vertebrae between the two rails. After several minutes, your spine should naturally conform to the proper shape. You can then change the pressure in different areas by moving your arms or legs. After 10-15 minutes, you can then slowly roll onto your stomach, where you should relax for two minutes before slowly pushing yourself onto your hands and knees.

Consumers at Amazon have many favorable things to say about the Spine-Worx Back Realignment Device. One sixty-two-year-old man said the system helps maintain his spine between chiropractic adjustments and also cuts down the number of times he needs to go. "By using Spine-Worx, I've stopped chest pains, numbness in my fingers, headaches, pain in my hip from an on-the-job injury, pain in my knee and ankle, and there are probably others that I can't think of right now. Anything that a chiropractor is helpful for regarding the spine, this device can provide assistance," he says.

While the vast majority of Spine-Worx Back Realignment Device reviews are glowing, there are a handful of dissatisfied customers. One reviewer from California who suffers back pain from a car accident said the system made her unable to walk after two weeks of use at 15 minutes per day.

She needed to go to a chiropractor, massage therapist, yoga and acupuncturist to regain full mobility again. Another reviewer from Ohio recommends inversion tables and yoga over this system. A number of reviewers with scoliosis warn against using the product, as it causes severe pain and is not intended for this audience. "Even the healthy person would take risks using it," warns reviewer Karen Little.

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