Spine-Worx Back Realignment Device


Designed by a chiropractor, this natural back support system uses your body’s own weight to apply controlled pressure to the spinal vertebrae. As you lie on Spine-Worx, your spine is pressed firmly against the length of its two unique padded and contoured rails, injection-molded to fit the natural shape of the mid- and lower back. The vertebrae in the spine are gradually and gently encouraged to realign into their natural positions, which helps to relieve backpain and improve overall mobility.

$ 33.99

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264 of 270 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Excellent product, immediate pain relief!, December 19, 2006
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I ordered this out of desperation after a slipped disc kept me bent over and in constant pain for two weeks. I have too high a deductible to run to the doctor for everything so this was my last chance before undergoing expensive tests and treatment. It worked like a charm and got my spine back in alignment. I felt a few pops and then relief. I find 6 or 8 minutes all that is needed and only when I feel back strain. I did not experience anything negative and had no trouble at all finding the right position. The Spine Worx comes with explicit instructions on how to align yourself and the proper way to get up after treatment. I can see where there could be trouble if you fail to follow these instructions. I used this in combination with the Homedic’s Shiatsu massage chair and have been completely pain free for about two months now. This was pain muscle relaxers and pain killers couldn’t touch!! I highly recommend this product if you are willing to follow the recommended guidelines.

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561 of 583 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Spine-Worx is amazing!, April 24, 2006
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Appookta (Smyrna, SC USA) – See all my reviews

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I am a 62 year old male and have been using Spine-Worx for years, since back when it was called Spine Align. Not only does it help to maintain my spine in alignment between chiropractic adjustments, I find that I don’t need to see the chiropractor anywhere nearly as often as I once did. In fact, I haven’t been to my chiropractor for months, and I used to go at least once a week. By using Spine-Worx, I’ve stopped chest pains, numbness in my fingers, headaches, pain in my hip from an on-the-job injury, pain in my knee and ankle, and there are probably others that I can’t think of right now. Anything that a chiropractor is helpful for regarding the spine, this device can provide assistance. (It will not rotate the ilia; it only helps the spinal vertebrae.) While it can’t diagnose an individual’s particular problem as a chiropractor can (such as a rotated ilium), it gives general assistance to every vertebra in the back. While it has been said that it cannot adjust the neck (cervical spine), in adjusting the rest of the spine, it helps in getting the neck to straighten itself out. In addition, I’ve found that, when I’ve already gotten movement to the other parts of my spine, by raising my hips and lower back off the Spine Worx while keeping my shoulders and neck on the Spine Worx, I have indeed gotten my neck to pop back into alignment. The more time I spend on it, the better the results I get. I can’t say enough for this item.

If you are accustomed to chiropractic care, you should not have any trouble with this. If you’ve never had your spine aligned, you might be in for a surprise when your vertebra pops back in line. Also, the longer your spine has been misaligned, the more discomfort you may feel as the device straightens your spine out to be as it was meant to be. For these times, I recommend using the Spine Worx after a hot shower or hot bath so the muscles will be most relaxed and not tight, in hopes that they won’t be tight and try to pull the vertebra back out of alignment again. Discomfort might be the sensation of pulling along the spine of the muscles that are attached to the individual vertebra that is suddenly in a new position, and related sensations. I feel that, if you stick with it, using it the recommended 15 minutes per day, you will feel better and have better health.

In any case, it’s certainly worth a try. I have three of them, one for the car (I get extra pressure by pushing against the steering wheel for adjusting the thorax), one for the house, and a spare in case something happens to the others: I don’t ever want to be without my Spine-Worx!

Added 9/17/12:
People seem to have misunderstood my original comment about using the Spine-Worx in the car. The Spine-Works is not designed or intended as a lumbar support in an upright position. The “rails” work in conjunction with gravity to reset the “wings” on the vertebrae that are out of alignment front to back. That’s all it’s for. Using it in an unauthorized way is asking for trouble and you put yourself at risk for injury in doing so (for instance, in an accident, if the central protrusion of your vertebrae struck one of the two side rails, something might break). I keep one in the car (stored on the floor behind the front passenger seat) in case my back feels so sore that it causes too much pain to want to wait until I get home, like at work, or traveling to a distant location for a few days, at which time I’ll lay it on the ground and use it in its proper position. The benefit of using it while seated in the car, as I mentioned in my original post, is that I can get extra pressure in the upper areas of my spine by pressing my hands against the steering wheel. I NEVER use it while driving! It’s like keeping a first aid kit in the glove box – you wouldn’t use it while driving, you’d pull off the road to use it. As far as a lumbar support goes for driving, I have a cushion (combination seat and back) with a build in lumbar support to which I added more foam for greater support.

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402 of 426 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
Seems to depend on individual, July 26, 2006
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Mark H (Abilene, TX) – See all my reviews

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I’m almost 50yo with lower back pain. The pain is caused by slight misalignment, compression, and pinched nerves (standard lower back pain). Care must be exercised to place the spinal column in the correct position. If you get the spine aligned properly, you then must find a way to force your muscles to relax and allow the device to do it’s job. This is uncomfortable at first so that makes it harder to relax the muscles. Once the muscles finally relaxed, I could feel the spine realigning and it felt good. I rated 4 stars primarily dues to the difficulty in centering the spine on it although, in all fairness, I don’t know how they could have designed it differently. Bottom line: If the dog ate it, I’d buy another.

Mark H

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