Standing Side Glides are appropriate for an individual with a disc derangement with lateral component and/or visible lateral shift. Provides overpressure to the spinal segment into lateral flexion in a standing or loaded position. Allows for the spine to be mobilized into end range of motion into lateral flexion, side bend, or side glide. See the specifics in the tabs below.
Appropriate for low back pain and disc injuries that increases in sitting and for which relief is achieve by leaning away from the painful side. One may note that they lean away from the pain cup side in a standing position.
How it works: Repetitively shifting the shoulders towards the side of pain allows the spine to develop a renewed tolerance to that direction thus reducing pain.
REPS: 5-15 repetitions every 1-4 hours
Appropriate for patients with a scoliosis diagnosis.
How it works: Stretching the opposite direction of the curvature will stretch the shortened muscles of the spine.
REPS: 2-3 times a day with 2-3, 20-30 second stretches
Extreme pain muscle pain 1-2 hours later, and symptoms moving into buttocks or down into the lower leg
WARNING: Individuals should consult with their healthcare provider prior to use. This product is not to be used without medical advice. The Oakford Group, LLC assumes no responsibility for injury caused by improper use of the product. The instructions provided by your healthcare provider are to be followed precisely. Do not exceed the health recommendations of your health care provider. Exceeding these recommendations may aggravate an existing condition or cause additional injury. The Invertabelt should never cause pain. A stretching sensation or slight discomfort may be felt during exercise. If abnormal sensations or pain is present during your exercise, discontinue use immediately and consult your health care provider before further use. By purchasing this product you are confirming that you are working with a medical professional for you rehabilitation needs.
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