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Neck Pain

Neck pain can occur when the muscles of your neck tense up and cause tightness, soreness and discomfort. It can also come from a misalignment of the spine. Either way, tt hurts! This can get so bad that it becomes nearly impossible to turn your head.

Fortunately, relief is moments away.

How to use the True Back for neck pain

To help with neck pain, you want to focus on the upper part of the back, along with the neck. The muscles in these two areas commonly tighten up together.

  1. Start with the high end of the True Back at your upper back.
  2. Ease onto the True Back, starting with a pillow under your head to give you as much support as possible for the head.

  3. As your neck relaxes in this position, gradually begin to move the pillow away, so you are using less and less pillow, and feeling more and more of the relaxing effects of traction.

    Eventually work the pillow out completely; this will give you more stretching in the area. Do this until the pillow is gone if possible. Do not continue this past where it is comfortable.

  4. Each time you use less pillow, take a few slow, deep breaths. This causes the muscles to relax and enables you to stretch the area further.

  5. If you want to increase the stretching effect, move your arms away from your sides and hold them out at shoulder level (so you look like a capital T).

  6. If you want the maximum streching effect, place your arms above your head all the way (like a diver).

  7. Last, use the True Back with the high end in the opposite direction. You don't need to focus on the lower back the way you did with the upper back. A few minutes will do fine.

  8. Do this several times a day as needed to stretch out your neck and give yourself relief from neck pain. You'll get more relief from several shorter treatments throughout the day than you will from one long session.

Upper Back Pain

Upper back pain, including that nagging pain between the shoulder blades, can seize you up and make it impossible to move or live freely. Pain in the upper back is particularly hard to tolerate, and even Chiropractic visits often don't effectively deal with the pain.

Luckily, the True Back can specially target this exact area so you get relief in just minutes.

How to use the True Back for upper back pain

To help with upper back pain, we're going to have you use the high end of the True Back most of the session. This precisely targets this exact area of the back so you can feel better fast. This will also help with the neck, which may tense up along with the upper back.

  1. Start with the high end of the True Back at your upper back.
  2. Ease onto the True Back, starting with a pillow under your head to give you as much support as possible for the head.

  3. As your neck relaxes in this position, gradually begin to move the pillow away, so you are using less and less pillow, and feeling more and more of the relaxing effects of traction.

    Eventually work the pillow out completely; this will give you more stretching in the area. Do this until the pillow is gone if possible. Do not continue this past where it is comfortable.

  4. Each time you use less pillow, take a few slow, deep breaths. This causes the muscles to relax and enables you to stretch the area further.

  5. If you want to increase the stretching effect, move your arms away from your sides and hold them out at shoulder level (so you look like a capital T).

  6. If you want the maximum streching effect, place your arms above your head all the way (like a diver).

  7. Last, use the True Back with the high end in the opposite direction. You don't need to focus on the lower back the way you did with the upper back. A few minutes will do fine.

  8. Do this several times a day as needed to stretch out your neck and give yourself relief from neck pain. You'll get more relief from several shorter treatments throughout the day than you will from one long session.

Middle Back Pain

Middle back pain can totally throw you out of operation for a day or longer, depending on how severe. If you fight through the pain and manage to get around anyways, you're likely having a bad day at best.

The good news is the True Back can work the whole back with its unique relaxing stretch, meaning you can feel better very soon.

How to use the True Back for middle back pain

To help with middle back pain, you're going to use the True Back on both the upper and lower back equally, which will treat the middle back from both directions. This gives all-over relief from back pain.

  1. Start with the high end of the True Back at your upper back.
  2. Ease onto the True Back, starting with a pillow under your head to give you as much support as possible for the head.

  3. As your neck relaxes in this position, gradually begin to move the pillow away, so you are using less and less pillow, and feeling more and more of the relaxing effects of traction.

    Eventually work the pillow out completely; this will give you more stretching in the area. Do this until the pillow is gone if possible. Do not continue this past where it is comfortable.

  4. Each time you use less pillow, take a few slow, deep breaths. This causes the muscles to relax and enables you to stretch the area further.

  5. Now turn the True Back around, and do the exact same sequence as above, this time treating the lower back. The combination will give relief to the middle back as well as the upper and lower back.

  6. With the True Back in either direction:

    If you want to increase the stretching effect, move your arms away from your sides and hold them out at shoulder level (so you look like a capital T).

    If you want the maximum streching effect, place your arms above your head all the way (like a diver).

    For the lower back: The maximum stretch on the lower back can be had by putting your arms and knees up at the same time.

  7. Do this several times a day as needed to stretch out your neck and give yourself relief from neck pain. You'll get more relief from several shorter treatments throughout the day than you will from one long session.

Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain can ruin your day by making it difficult to get up, walk, move about, cough, sneeze, or generally live life. It can even be severe enough to keep you in bed all day long. Whether from tense muscles or your spine going out of alignment, lower back pain is awful to deal with.

Luckily, the True Back makes dealing with lower back pain fast and effective.

How to use the True Back for lower back pain

To help with lower back pain, you're going to use the True Back mainly on the lower back, which gives terrific relief in a matter of minutes.

  1. Start with the high end of the True Back at your lower back.
  2. Ease onto the True Back, starting with a pillow under your head to give you as much support as possible for the head.

  3. As your neck relaxes in this position, gradually begin to move the pillow away, so you are using less and less pillow, and feeling more and more of the relaxing effects of traction.

    Eventually work the pillow out completely; this will give you more stretching in the area. Do this until the pillow is gone if possible. Do not continue this past where it is comfortable.

  4. Each time you use less pillow, take a few slow, deep breaths. This causes the muscles to relax and enables you to stretch the area further.

  5. To increase the traction effect while treating the lower back, try bending your legs - putting your knees up can help stretch out the muscles in the lower back area while in this position. See below.

  6. Now turn the True Back around, and do the exact same sequence as above, this time treating the upper back. You don't need to do this for as long as the lower back.

  7. With the True Back in either direction:

    If you want to increase the stretching effect, move your arms away from your sides and hold them out at shoulder level (so you look like a capital T).

    If you want the maximum streching effect, place your arms above your head all the way (like a diver).

    For the lower back: The maximum stretch on the lower back can be had by putting your arms and knees up at the same time.

  8. Do this several times a day as needed to stretch out your neck and give yourself relief from neck pain. You'll get more relief from several shorter treatments throughout the day than you will from one long session.

Sciatica Pain

Sciatica, or Sciatic Nerve Pain, can range from annoying to crippling pain. Radiating from the buttocks to the lower leg, this is caused by a pinched nerve in the lower back. Since the sciatic nerve is the largest in the body, a pinch here means it affects a large area of the body.

The good news is you can have relief by using the True Back as follows. These are the same recommendations as for the lower back.

How to use the True Back for Sciatica

To help with sciatic pain, you're going to use the True Back more on lower back. This can decompress the pinched nerve quickly.

  1. Start with the high end of the True Back at your lower back.
  2. Ease onto the True Back, starting with a pillow under your head to give you as much support as possible for the head.

  3. As your neck relaxes in this position, gradually begin to move the pillow away, so you are using less and less pillow, and feeling more and more of the relaxing effects of traction.

    Eventually work the pillow out completely; this will give you more stretching in the area. Do this until the pillow is gone if possible. Do not continue this past where it is comfortable.

  4. Each time you use less pillow, take a few slow, deep breaths. This causes the muscles to relax and enables you to stretch the area further.

  5. To increase the traction effect while treating the lower back, try bending your legs - putting your knees up can help stretch out the muscles in the lower back area while in this position. See below.

  6. Now turn the True Back around, and do the exact same sequence as above, this time treating the upper back. You don't need to do this for as long as the lower back.

  7. With the True Back in either direction:

    If you want to increase the stretching effect, move your arms away from your sides and hold them out at shoulder level (so you look like a capital T).

    If you want the maximum streching effect, place your arms above your head all the way (like a diver).

    For the lower back: The maximum stretch on the lower back can be had by putting your arms and knees up at the same time.

  8. Do this several times a day as needed to stretch out your neck and give yourself relief from neck pain. You'll get more relief from several shorter treatments throughout the day than you will from one long session.


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