H210598

"As Is" Lo-Bak TRAX Portable Spinal Traction Device by Lori Greiner

"As Is" Lo-Bak TRAX Portable Spinal Traction Device by Lori Greiner
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Take pain lying down. Do you or someone you know struggle with degenerative disc disease, spinal degenerative joint disease, spinal stenosis, a herniated disc, spinal curvature due to tight muscles, sciatica, or muscle spasms? Lo-Bak TRAX is an effective, FDA-cleared, easy-to-use portable device that utilizes a new scientific technology known as non-powered orthopedic traction to help alleviate pain associated with a range of back problems. Simply lie down, pull your feet up, and push--you're always in control of the amount and direction of force applied, so you're never pushed past your point of comfort. From Lo-Bak TRAX.

Original item is H209343. This product may be a customer return, vendor sample, or on-air display and is not in its originally manufactured condition. It may not be new. In some instances, these items are repackaged by QVC.

  • FDA-cleared for relief of low back pain, degenerative disc disease, spinal degenerative joint disease, spinal stenosis, a herniated disc, spinal curvature due to tight muscles, sciatica, and muscle spasm
  • Measures approximately 22-3/4"L x 7-1/2"H x 4-1/4"D, weighs 2 lbs
  • Imported

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"As Is" Lo-Bak TRAX Portable Spinal Traction Device by Lori Greiner is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Concept. Needs Tweaks I have had terrible back issues for over 25 years. The concept of this device is great. I can feel the lower back stretch but would be better if handles set higher. My arms were almost straight before I pushed and I really needed to put some strength behind pushing to feel stretch. Also the padding could be thicker and the hole area that goes on thighs could be wider. Where the padded area arcs it digs into my legs. Also the video shows other stretches and exercises. Most are pretty uncomfortable when pulling steel bars on back of legs or front of shins. Ouch! Daily use of this traction can held back pain if you can get around the uncomfortable feeling on legs.
Date published: 2016-11-01
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