Back Pain Gently Shaken, Not Stirred, From Your Body

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The Backlife Machine is your personal back pain therapist.

The Backlife Machine is the only Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) product in the world intended for home use and clinically proven to reduce back pain and promote healing. Approved by the medical profession and recommended by therapists, Backlife may just be what millions of back pain suffers are looking for – some relief!

CPM is one of the most effective physiotherapies for relieving pain in the lower back. Using Backlife for only two 12 minutes sessions each day can significantly reduce your back pain. The Backlife Machine recreates the therapist's healing touch. Backlife reduces muscle tension, restores back mobility, improves stability, reduces back pain, improves posture, and soothes away back pain and discomfort. Simple to use, quiet electronic motor does all the work. Backlife is based on well known therapeutic methods.

The user lies on his back, totally relaxed, with knees bent over the device in a position known as the ‘Semi Fowler’ position. The device moves the lower back vertebrae in a regular circular motion (a motion known as Anterior-Posterior Pelvic Tilt). This forward movement, Posterior Pelvic Tilt, performs a circular motion which levels the hip arch, gently releases the vertebrae, increases metabolism in that area, enhances blood flow and enables the passage of oxygen and nutritional material while speeding up disposal of waste products.

This motion, first described by Dr. Maitland, the father of modern physiotherapy, helps restore mobility to the patient and to their damaged tissues. At the same time, the repeated motion soothes pain sensors and facilitates the release of endorphins, which assist in providing relief.

Backlife is now available to United States suffers of back pain. Visit the Back Pain Experts at to find out more about this truly useful personal back therapy machine.

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