Posture Curve


Posture Curve Tool can help restore the normal curve to your back and can provide controlled traction to individual spinal segments. It is easy to use and a deep tissue massager that can alleviate stiff back muscles using specific muscle therapy techniques and works to restore a healthy, strong posture

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The Posture Curve Tool Uses Traction & Deep Pressure To Ease Back Pain And Restore Posture

The Posture Curve Tool can help restore the normal curves to your back by releasing tight muscles and can provide controlled traction. It is easy to use and can alleviate stiff back muscles and works to restore a healthy, strong posture.

It was designed to be a release tool for stiff muscles and trigger points as well as to offer a traction effect to each individual spinal segment.

Just 3 minutes can provide relief. The knobs treat tense muscular areas and trigger points. Use over clothes and you control the amount of pressure applied, staying at mid range pressure levels. The tool will produce some discomfort, and this is necessary to treat trigger points which sustain muscle spasm. Work your way up as you get used to it and you can cover the knobs with additional cloth if too painful to start.

It allows precise spinal areas to be stretched and promotes segmental traction. It won’t harm the spine since it straddles your back plus supports muscle groups of your back and does not touch the actual spinal column . Restricted, tight muscles often will be painful, nevertheless, you will have full control of the force. Makes use of the Posture Curve Tool two times every day regarding maintenance, to your personal preference as well as additional occasions as instructed through your health care professional.

It may be utilized like back support pillows, but only for brief periods. Using this muscle therapy and posture correction tool while you sit rotates the pelvis forward and temporarily places the lumbar spine within it’s normal, health posture. Lightweight and simple to use, it may be placed behind your back for short therapy sessions when traveling in vehicles.

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Trigger points can appear in any muscle and controlled, sustained pressure can help alleviate these areas within a short period of time. It is a diverse, non-invasive tool that has many applications to treat areas of strain in the back, neck strain and upper back pain, as well as specific muscles like the piriformis, and psoas that can cause back pain.

How To Use The Posture Curve Tool

A. Sitting straight in a chair with a sturdy back, position it behind your back and up against the back of the chair.

B. Slowly and carefully let your back settle into it, grasping behind the chair using both hands. Maintaining this position while breathing deeply and slowly for five breathing cycles.

While using seated, leveraging is produced by your upper body. When on the back, leveraging can be increased from your legs that are employed in order to check on bodyweight and also to manage degree of muscular penetration of the knobs into the back muscles. Start with the knees bent and advance to extending the legs straight outward. This posture generates traction involving the back that is managed pertaining to force as well as site of application. This assists to alleviate disc pressure and also compressed nerves.

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It may additionally be applied as a therapeutic massage to muscle groups which are frequently seen to be taut together with the back muscles and leg discomfort, which also give rise to inadequate posture. Tightness of the hip muscle groups could be massaged for 10 seconds. Reposition it and do this again till the muscle groups are fully treated. A figure four, using a crossed leg position, permits much deeper penetration compared to the bent knee position.

It can straddle your spine on either side, without placing direct pressure on the spine. Your muscles may be painful during use. Some pain will be experienced, however, this is completely under your control and you should progress slowly. This is not a quick fix.

Author Bio

Stephen Ornstein, D.C. has treated thousands of neck, shoulder and back conditions since graduating Sherman Chiropractic College in 1987 and during his involvement in Martial Arts. He holds certifications as a Peer Review Consultant from New York Chiropractic College, Physiological Therapeutics from National Chiropractic College, Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy from Dr. Hanne Albert, PT., MPH., Ph.D., Myofascial Release Techniques from Logan Chiropractic College, and learned Active Release Technique from the founder, P. Michael Leahy, DC, ART, CCSP.