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Zewa SpaBuddy Relax – Back Pain Relief System

August 8th, 2013 3 comments

Zewa SpaBuddy Relax – Back Pain Relief System

  • Provides temporary relief of back pain and lower back
  • Easy to use with 8 computer controlled programs

    30 intensity levels with 2 channels and Timer

    Support Garment (fits sizes 22 to 60 in the periphery )

    Contains everything needed for immediate use

The Body Relax II is specially designed for back pain. It relieves pain by sending mild electrical impulses by conductive plates which are connected to the support garment. It provides temporary relief of pain associated with sore and aching muscles in the back as a result of overloading the exercise or normal household and work, which are the most common causes of back pain. WARNING: Do not use this product if you have a pacemaker, implanted defibrillator, or other implanted

List Price: $ 109.95 Price: $ 45.87



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Yoga to help with Back Pain

April 10th, 2009 9 comments
charliejames1975 asked:

I often have bank pain – especially when I get up in the morning. I found that practicing these fairly basic and simple postures really helped me to ease away the stress I was carrying in my back. You don#39;t have to practice yoga to benefit from these moves – like any good stretch, you should find that they help you to relax. Enjoy. Best, Zuzana …

Kathrine

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I have a lower-back pain with trouble keeping a straight posture while standing. Help?

April 6th, 2009 3 comments
Powderpuff asked:

I’ve gone to the chiropractor a few months ago for a similar problem. He did a series of adjustments along with me doing stretches and exercises. I was only running at this time.

I now incorporated lots of strength straining with free-weights and lots of ab exercises so that this problem would not occur.

In my ballet class I had some soreness in my hips and thighs and took a pilates class the next day (along with running). I then had a tennis lesson the next day and by Saturday (today) my lower back is killing me as much as it did a few months ago. I don’t understand what’s wrong since i’ve been doing all the exercises with building up the muscles (3 times a week plus ballet makes us do abs before class). I am also having some numbness in both legs.

I am using Tiger balm patches now. What can I do until I can see the chiropractor? I am doing some stretches but is there better positions to rest in which will allow my back to relax and heal?

Maritza