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Back Pain

Reduce Back Pain with a Round Support

 

Everyday back pain can be relieved using a round Lumbar Roll that fits you when and where you need it.

Use in a car, on a train or just in your lazy-boy.

There are two normal causes of back pain: overstretched muscle or spine bone slightly out of place.

  1. Overstretched muscles need relaxing and back muscles start at the neck. Sleeping in alignment with relaxed neck muscles reduces strain on the lower back muscles allowing them to heal. Healing takes place through communication with the brain through the neck area. Sometimes it is the mattress.
  2. If the spine bone is dislocated, back muscles splint, (tighten around) an out of alignment bone in the spine and cause pain. The bone needs to be put back in place so muscles can relax. A chiropractic adjustment is necessary.

Sleeping in alignment each night with proper support reduces tossing and turning allowing the muscles to relax and heal naturally over time.  For everyday aches, sometimes the weight of the body normally gives enough torque to put the offset back in place.

Sleeping with an Align-Right Sleeping Pillow gives proper support and spinal alignment Tossing and turning is reduced. Muscles can relax to give the spine pain relief.



Testimonials

"I pulled a muscle during the day unloading stock. That evening I was so exhausted I fell into bed. Only a few hours later, I woke with excruciating back pain. I remembered I had just purchased my Align-Right Sleeping pillow, pushed my pillow aside and opened the Align-Right Pillow to give it a try; frankly, I didn’t think it would help, as the pain was so horrific. The morning arrived, I was amazed I was able to move freely and without pain! I would never have believed it. I was able to work all day pain-free!

Jean P.

“What a boon my low back which has cost me $1,000’s of dollars for treatments.“

Cliff S.


Lumbar Support

Wherever you are, at work, home or in your car, this form fitting lumbar support roll ensures your lumbar muscles, ligaments and tendons are in their comfort zone.

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