Who can use the Backbridge?
Everyone from young to old, athletic to sedentary can use the Backbridge. If you are suffering from acute pain, always consult your doctor before using this product.
Who is Dr. Todd Sinett?
Dr. Todd Sinett is the leading authority on back pain and inventor of the Backbridge. By finding and treating the root causes of pain and not just the symptoms, Dr. Sinett's Sinett Soultion helps to eliminate pain. His treatment includes an assessment of the whole body structure (physical), what you eat (nutritional/digestive), and how you manage stress (emotional). Dr. Sinett is the founder of multi-specialty health center Tru Whole Care in New York City and author of 5 books. As a second-generation Chiropractor he is on a mission to help people find the solution to their back pain and sustain healthy bodies and happy lives.
How do you use the Backbridge?
The Backbridge should become a part of your daily routine. Place the Backbridge on the floor or a bed. The highest point on the top of the Backbridge should between your shoulder blades. It should never hurt and feel like a solid, comfortable stretch. We recommend starting with level 1 and slowly working up to level five.
For maximum stretch, your arms should be placed on the floor straight above your head or you can cross your hands across your chest.
Use the Backbridge 2 minutes in the morning and 2 minutes in the evening everyday.
The Backbridge can also be used in numerous other stretching positions, in a yoga poses and a pilates exercises. More details can be found in THE ULTIMATE BACKBRIDGE STRETCH BOOK. E-book is sold together or seperate with the Backbridge. You can purchase a hard copy of the book on Amazon.
How big is the Backbridge?
The Backbridge is 5 interlocking, individual, soft foam arches that stack together for different levels of support. The base level is 2 inches, and each of the next 4 levels adds 1.25 inches up to a total of 7 inches. The Backbridge is " long.
How many levels should I use?
You must determine the best starting level for you and increase the levels as your body acclimates to each level.
Are there any height restrictions to the Backbridge?
There are no current height restrictions. We have had clients over 6' 10' and under 5 feet tall.