North American Healthcare JB4866 Arched Back Stretcher
- Gently relieves pressure
- Helps relieve aches and pains
- Comfortable support
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Top Customer Reviews
So I put it on the floor and laid on it like in the picture. It really didn't look like it would do much, I guess because the arch didn't seem that high- but boy was I wrong- this thing really stretches your back! In fact its downright deceiving how much of a stretch one actually gets.
But that's not the end of the story. I, like others, found several things out right away. First, you'll need a pillow to support your head. I don't know how the lady in the picture is able to tolerate that position- maybe its one of those CPR dolls you practice on? Without a pillow, your head tilts back and can make you a little dizzy. A therapist told me that this is because your vertebral arteries (which help get blood to your head) "thread" through your neck vertebrae, and in some people, when you tilt your head back too much/too long, they can get pinched somewhat which can decrease the flow of blood to your head and make you a little dizzy- so just be careful and grab a pillow before you lay down.
The other thing I found out is that you have to "play around" with the positioning. For some people who are really tight, they'll just lay down and hit it right the first time- but this won't be everybody. Expect to spend a few minutes tinkering around with it (by sliding it up and down which is easy to do) to find your sweet spot- that being where its most comfortable/where you feel the best stretch.Read more ›
Original Review below:
Thanks to War, old age (about to turn 65), a good & fun hard life of big wave surfing, motorcycle riding, racing in dirt and on track, PLUS drag racing....I have crashed and burned so many times, in so many ways I found myself nearly a quadriplegic 6 years ago. Scripps had to actually call in and hired a brilliant neurosurgeon to save me from that fate. I couldn't even raise either arm, was not able to walk but sort of shuffle with a walker. I was in pain I cannot even begin to describe. Sold my kayaks, surfboards, motorcycles etc, I was DONE....Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Arched Back Stretcher has relieved my pain so many times. I cannot promise it is a cure, but I can use it to relieve pain instead of taking pain meds or muscle relaxers,... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Bonnie
Have you ever intuitively knew that you needed this years ago? All in God's time, this unit is still "Very" useful and applicable to that instinct of it being useful! Read morePublished 13 days ago by The Balancer
It's okay but not enough of a bend for a good stretch. I'm sure it helps but nothing miraculous will happen with it.Published 19 days ago by Judy Cook
This works so great for me! I loaned mine to my neighbor so I came to buy another! It is so simple yet works so well.Published 21 days ago by THart
I have wanted to buy something like this for years. One day it just popped up while I was buying the memory foam mattress. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Steve