Lo-bak Trax

Lo-bak Trax is a portable spinal traction device that allows you to treat and manage your back pain while in the comfort of your home without having to visit your local chiropractor’s office. It was developed by a chiropractor in the usa who used his educational background to create the Lo-bak Trax after experiencing years of severe back pain. The product was developed using a set of bio-mechanical principals. These principals make it effective, as it allows you to target the pain all around your back for excellent back relief. This ensures you are in total control of the amount of force that is being applied to your spine to achieve traction.


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The company claims that although Lo-Bak trax may appear simple in design, yet the product works for everyone. They also claim that the device has been FDA approved in addition to being classified as a Class 1 medical equipment for treatment and management of back pain and its common causes. This information can be found on the FDA website concerning the device.

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$139.99

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The cost of Lo-bak Trax is $139.99 plus $4.49 shipping for a total price of $144.48.

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Features

  • Easy To Use

    Lo-bak Trax does the job in just three easy steps ( more on this later ). All you need is just 10 minutes during the day to use the device and deal with your back pain so that you can get back to your life.

  • Comfortable

    The product can be used when you are most relaxed. This is better than going to your local chiropractor’s office to be hanged on your ankles on a medieval looking contraption just to get some relief at the expense of comfort.

  • Convenient

    No need to wait hours for the next appointment at the chiropractor’s office; Lo-Bak trax is there when you need it right in your home. You can even take it with you and keep it in your office cubicle just in case you need a quick a session while at work.

  • Light Weight And Portable

    The product weighs less than 4 pounds and can fit in a suitcase for travel. You can take it anywhere you go so that you can treat and manage back pain at work, hotels, parks and other places where you can lie down when you are not at home.

Uses

  1. Relieving Back Pain.

    Use the Lo-Bak trax to treat and manage chronic back pain and its common causes such as spinal degenerative joint disease, herniated discs, muscle spasms, spinal stenosis, low back pain, sciatica, etc.

  2. Stretching The Ham String

    The device can also be used to comfortably stretch ham string muscles when they start to feel tight.

How It Works

Lo-bak Trax applies a dual traction force to the spine and the discs when you push. This stretches the muscles and tissues in the spine to decompress it and relieve pressure. It is achieved by pushing your lower body towards your feet while your upper body is pushed off the handles of the device towards your head. The mechanical advantage that you get in the form of a lever function when you push on the device makes the process easier. This is possible due to the fact that you are lying down with your feet pulled up. By doing this, you achieve spinal traction easier and comfortable as this flattens the curve on your lower back which means it requires significantly less force to achieve traction.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Lie Down.

    Place a mat on the floor and lie down on your back. This is not only the most comfortable position for back relief, but it is also makes your muscles more relaxed and relieves some the pressure off your spine.

  2. Pull Your Feet Up

    After you have lied down, pull up your feet up. This will flatten the curve in your lower back so that you will be able to traction or stretch your spine and discs with less force.

  3. Push

    Grab the device on both handles; place it on the thighs then push to decompress or traction the spine and discs. This will relieve pressure for quick back relief.

Consensus

We have gathered enough information from user reviews and opinions online, such as amazon verified purchases, to make an educated opinion on the Lo-Bak trax. The device doesn’t appear to be a scam and has numerous glowing reviews from many users. One user review on amazon came from a chiropractor of 30 years. He said he purchased the device and it worked for him very well. Also, he called it the best low back traction device on the market even after using inversion tables. Another reviewer on amazon said the device actually help helped with their sciatica after using it every day for a few minutes. They used it while in pain and it caused the pain to subside, giving them a comfortable night’s sleep. Other reviewers went on to complement the Lo-Bak trax on design, comformability and portability.

Alternatives

  • Ironman Gravity 4000

    Although it is not as portable as the Lo-Bak Trax, the Ironman Gravity 4000 is an inversion table that helps with treating and managing back pain. This device - which looks much like an ironing table with bigger, sturdier clumps and handles - stretches your spine with the help of gravity to relieve some of the pressure from your spine. All you do is strap yourself in and slowly invert yourself towards a lower angle – the lower the angle, the better the decompression of the spine.

  • Nubio Trio

    The Nubio Trio is another spinal traction device that allows you to treat and manage your back pain while at home. All you do is kneel into the device then lean forward to suspend your entire body over a pivot point. While suspended, the device will fully support either end of your back, hips and shoulders. Each end is moved apart using the force gravity around the pivot point. This stretches your spine and provides the much needed spinal decompression.

  • Spinal Stretch

    This is another portable spinal traction device that works while lying down with your legs raised. It is comfortable and easy to use like the Lo-Bak trax. The Spinal Stretch works by strapping a Velcro belt to your chest and waist; then attaching its anchor to a closed door to keep the anchor in place. After this is done, you lie on the floor then slowly ratchet the device. This will pull you towards the anchor point and decompress the spine to relieve pressure.

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Customer Service Contact Information

NGC Industries Inc.
20 Maple Street, 2nd Floor
Springfield
MA
01103

Customer Service Phone Number: 1-855-656-2225
Email: Unlisted
Order Status Website: Unlisted

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