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14.07.2018

Back Injury Support Information - Hamstrings

Research shows that tight or short hamstrings can lead to poor flexibility in the lower back and as a result put unnecessary strains on the lower back and eventually damage the lower back resulting in lower back pain. This abnormal biomechanics can be avoided by simply performing hamstring stretching exercises prior to engaging in activity.

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30.06.2018

Back Injury Support Information - "S" Curvature

When seen squarely from the back, a properly aligned spinal column looks like a lower case L (l). When seen from the side, the lettering changes as one S curve draws a line from the top of the head, down the back of the neck, and onto the top of the shoulders.

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23.06.2018

Back Injury Support Information- Sciatica

Back injuries sometimes result in sciatic pain, which can shoot from the lower back , down the leg and into a scream of irritated nerves. At other times the legs may tingle or feel numb. Often the type and severity of the symptoms depend on the cause which may be trauma, a HERNIATED DISK, nerve compression in the area of the SACRUM, INFLAMMATION, or a chronic underlying medical condition such as diabetes.

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16.06.2018

Back Injury Support Information - Herniated Disc

A herniated disc may be referred to as a ruptured disc, a prolapsed disc or a slipped disc. Whatever the term used the outcome for the patient is the same; pain or numbness in the neck or limbs, either of which have usually be caused by pressure on the spinal nerves.


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11.06.2018

Lumbar and Seat Lower Back Supports

Support for the lower back can be provided by either on the body lower back supports or by seat lower back supports. A combination of the two can help to provide perfect posture and as a result stabilize the lower back whilst it is under strain whilst sitting or undergoing lower back stressing exercise.

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10.06.2018

Active Lower Back Support and NHS Lower Back Exercises

Improving strength and flexibility in the lower back is key if lower back pain is to be managed effectively. Examples of lower back exercises recommended by the NHS include the bottom to heel stretch, knee roll exercises, back extensions, deep abdominal strengthening and pelvic tilts.

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09.06.2018

All Day Every Day Lower Back Support

If you suffer from lower back pain and are desperate fro some pain relief all day everyday and want to reduce or avoid taking painkilling tablets  then why not try our non invasive approach to lower back pain management like so many have with great success.

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02.06.2018

Builders' Back Support

If you are a builder you could be suffering from minor lower back pain that is present at the start of the day but comes on more as throughout the day, by the end of a day the pain levels can become very high and really affect your ability to recover over night so that you are ready for work the next day.

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27.05.2018

Heavy Task Lower Back Muscle Support

If you are in need of a strong lower back support that will stabilize lower back and core muscle groups then the VertiBaX Core Lumbar Heavy Task Back Support could just be the answer.

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14.05.2018

Supporting the Back with a Spine Support

Spine supports are different from lumbar supports because they support a larger region of the back, spreading the weight of the body over a greater area resulting in less pressure being placed on any one particular area.

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