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Were you born with a deformed lumbar? Are you having more back pain and stiffness because of it? It was horrible knowing I was just a teenager going to therapy for my back. The pain and stiffness would come and go but I realized this was something I would have to live with the rest of my life.

Five years ago I had back surgery because of a herniated disc which totally incapacitated me from work and everything else. I couldn’t stand more than a minute as the pain was so excruciating and even laying because the disc was pushing against my sciatic nerve and centralizing all the pain to the bottom of my outer ankle. After six months I finally had surgery and got second chance that I could walk again and enjoy the things I like doing.

The past five years I’ve been very careful with my back doing stretching and exercise to keep those muscles strong around the back. I also take Glucosamine that helps your body build cartilage (the hard connective tissue located mainly on the bones near your joints) and also Chondroitin that is believed to help the body maintain fluid and flexibility in the joints. When lifting groceries or anything I wear a BaxMAX Lumbar Support Belt with Compound Pulley System and when sitting at my computer at work or home I wear a posture corrector.

About two months ago I got out of bed and felt a little stiffness in my back and started to worry. It progressed to the point I was in a lot of pain and just sitting an laying I could feel the throbbing in my lower back. I was having a hard time walking to my car, driving to work and trying to sit and stand at work. I called a certified massage therapist that comes to your house and she did massage therapy and acupuncture. She said there was a lot of inflammation around the lower back and suggested I take Turmeric Curcumin for the inflammation and also recommended buying a Teeter inversion table to help decompress my spine.

I finally decided to buy the Teeter inversion table and it made sense to hang upside down which decompresses the spine to rejuvenate the discs, relieve pressure on nerves, spine out of alignment, and release muscle tension. I should have bought the Teeter inversion table a long time ago and glad that I finally bought one because it has given me a new life. I use it before going to work, after work, before bed and on weekends doing three times a day to get a least 30 minutes of decompression on my spine.

 

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