Let’s take a look at this from a different perspective. Lets say you had a small stone in your shoe. (I’m sure you’ve experienced this at one time or another in your life). How did it feel? It hurt, right? Why did it hurt? What specifically was going on that caused the discomfort? What was going on is that the small stone was pressing up on a nerve of pain in your foot. Now how do you correct this problem? You’d take off your shoe and shake it out to remove the stone (the cause of the problem).
Now, I certainly don’t expect a massage chair to “pop” your bones, but a rotary motion in the low back would be helpful. I never really even thought about it until the Inada Sogno massage chair came onto the market. It had two low back features that totally captured my attention: 1.) waist airbags that alternately inflated so as to induce a rotation motion to the low back, and 2.) the Dreamwave technology in the seat that passively moved the pelvis.
Standing up straight and with your feet parallel about 5 inches apart (about 11 centimeters), then lifting your toes off the floor and see if you can separate them. Then as you place them back to the floor keep them widely spaced as possible.
Pregnant women tend to endure some, if not all, of the following health issues: swelling, muscle spasm and pain, postural stress, insomnia, breathing difficulty, lack of mobility, poor circulation, injured in car accidents, neck pain and headaches. Of course, you may be suffering from many other things, but this is a pretty comprehensive list to start with.
When you are lifting heavy objects, lift with the hips and legs, not the back. Keep your back straight, bend at the knees, and keep the heavy object centered and close to your body.
Client question: Is this manual therapy or internal medicine? Is this a pathology-oriented or wellness-oriented treatment? Later you may want to expand on how ZB can address particular symptoms, but starting here is important.
Other chairs have waist airbags, but this was the first time I had seen airbags that inflated first on one side and then on the other in an alternating fashion. When I sat in the chair it felt like it was trying to mimic the movement that a chiropractor induces with their side posture lower back adjustment. Of course, it didn’t provide anywhere near the torque that a chiropractor can apply manually, but just to see a manufacturer try to mimic that motion even to a small degree was pretty cool. And it did feel quite nice on my low back.
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