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North American Healthcare JB4866 Arched Back Stretcher

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  • Gently relieves pressure
  • Helps relieve aches and pains
  • Comfortable support
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Product Description

Gently relieves pressure, helps relieve aches and pains, increases flexibility, improves posture, provide firm, yet comfortable support

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 18.5 x 16.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001G6ZRF0
  • UPC: 757553006439 017874148660
  • Item model number: JB4866
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (660 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,316 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

It is a very simple design, but works very well.
Lorrie Harrell
I think what happened to cause me to not use it was that I didn't really give it a chance, or actually try it very much at the time.
Hoosier Hayseed
It was a very pleasant feeling to lay on it and to feel those tight muscles in my back stretch and relax.
G. Sparks

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

573 of 633 people found the following review helpful By L. Notaro on August 3, 2008
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Bought this product a few days ago from this company through Amazon. Delivery was quick, and price is great. There are a couple others I saw on Amazon that look similar, but appear to be constructed of bare metal, and are over three times the price of this one. This one's shape is similar, and it is padded and professionally upholstered. For 20 bucks, I figured I'd try it. The instructions are a little vague, you're supposed to lay on your back, with this device under your back, and stretch out with your hands over your head, yet it does not say what to do with your legs. (There is a picture that shows a woman with her legs outstretched as well) however, I found it fairly uncomfortable to have legs outstretched, almost seemed that legs should be bent at the knees slightly. Just lying and stretching out didn't seem to help me at all and at first, I was disappointed. (I had a dull pain on the lower right side of my back, which I often get, and after this first use, found no change in my back. This was early morning. An hour or so later, I decided to try it again. This time, I laid with the arch under my back and positioned the arch so that the pain in my back was in contact with where I felt the most comfortable pressure from the device. (You simply slide the device forward or backward to achieve this). Then, with a pillow positioned under my head, I stretched out like before (hands over head, but this time, after stretching out, I bent my knees, brought them up together towards my chest(like in a sitting position, except I was laying on my back on the floor), and then slowly lowered my legs and extended them out, and CRACK! CRACK! CRACK! CRACK!, I could just feel the pops and cracks going down my spine. Repeated this a couple times, and then I got up.Read more ›
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67 of 75 people found the following review helpful By USMC Combat Vet TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 28, 2013
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10/02/2013 Update: To my shock, my new primary care physician (who began as an Osteopath) met with me to day and spent 55 minutes with me....I STILL think I must have been in some kind of time shift since at my age i never saw ANY doctor spend that kind of time with me. Not even the ones who made a couple HUNDRED thousand bucks off of me...To my utter astonishment, he says an inversion table will be fine for me, even after my prior 2 spinal fusions. More funny (to me) was his admission that he has had one for over 20 years and would never live WITHOUT one. His only criteria for me was to keep it simple, 20-40 degrees and just don't get stupid. I mentioned to him that I had bought the device reviewed here. He told me he was aware of it and it was PERFECT for me and it will give me probably 50-75% of the benefit of inversion with NONE of the risk or cost.So I will probably order my inversion table but I have to tell you, this has made me feel so good i AM going to hold off just a bit to see if I really even want the hassle and expense of a big old rack in the house...
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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....
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147 of 186 people found the following review helpful By M. Johnson on March 6, 2009
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Arched Back Lumbar Stretcher Extender, Model# 83-4866V

I have many dessicated (dried up) disks and quite a few herniated disks in my back, so I fight with pain all the time and see the chiropractor frequently.

I first saw a similar unit on a TV infomercial, but it was pricey. So I found this. At that time there were no reviews on this unit, but there were reviews on similar ones. I bought this one because it has the padding and I'm glad I bought it instead of the others without padding. It is light weight, portable, and esy to handle.

I have wiggled on this, turned it both directions, pulled my knees up (one at a time and both together), slid it up high and down low, put my hands above my head and down at my sides, bent my knees with feet flat on the floor, and stretched my legs out straight. I've also laid on my sides with it. I'm sorry to report that it didn't ever cause my back to crack or pop.

If I want my low back to pop, I sit on the floor with my right leg straight. I cross my left foot over my right knee and place it flat on the floor with my left knee bent and pointing toward the ceiling. Then I rotate my trunk to put my right shoulder/elbow on the left side of my left knee, and turn toward behind me with one hand braced on the floor and stretch. Then reverse. That will often cause my bones to pop.

This stretcher relieves my pain. I usually do stretching exercises first. Then I lay with the high point under my shoulder blades first, then under my low back second. The best part for me is when I hurt, any time of night or day I can get relief right away in just minutes without needing anyone else's help.
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