Relaxation effect

relaxation effect

relaxation effect

 

 

 

® DR. R. Ackermann

Joint capsules and cords, Menisci and intervertebral discs are loaded with the standing position, seats and in the motion constantly under pressure or train. Besides, the musculature is continuously tightened. Standing position and above all to seats loads the spine. The exhausted and false-loaded musculature cramps. This leads to the less blood circulation. Metabolism products collect. There originates an oxygen starvation. Pains increase and with it the spanning. There originates a vicious circle of back pains.

Vicious circle

Attention: pain must not be signs of a disease!

 

Back pains are as a rule false strain pains of the numerous muscles, joint capsules, sinews and cord attempts of the spine from all sorts of causes as for example:

 

 

    False position or compulsive position in the job

    Sluggish and lifting to severe weights

    Fake Lifting and sluggish technology

    Overweight

    Psychic problems

    False position of the spine as a result of hereditary or accidental

    Verkrümmung

    Big bosom

    Lack of exercise

 

80% of the population suffer from back pains. According to statistics of the health insurance schemes back pains are the most frequent reason for a doctor's visit or disability.


An one bed system appropriate for spine

An one bed system appropriate for spine

The professional world agrees about the fact that preventive measures are more important than every medical therapy.

What is comfortable lying?

What is comfortable lying?

The base must be soft enough, around no sore pressure on this
To exercise Weichgewebe and the spine..
Meaning of the intervertebral discs

Meaning of the intervertebral discs

Which meaning the intervertebral discs have for the forming from Back pains?

The intervertebral discs serve the spine ...

Rheumatic tables spinal disease

Rheumatic tables spinal disease

With a healthy person the spine is elastic thanks to the intervertebral discs and the page form.