Do
you want
a healthy spine?

Products

Lower Back Brace -

Breathable Lumbar Support keeps your Spine Straight and Safe 



Small Memory Foam Pillow - Thin Contour Pillow for Back and Side Sleepers - Ergonomic Cervical Pillow 19,5 x 11 x 3,5 inch with Extra Pillow CaseMemory Foam 


 Ice Gel Cold Pack for Injuries – Reusable Flexible 2 Ice Packs Set for Knee Ankle Back Shoulder Neck Hot Cold Therapy Compress for Women Men + Free Thermal Bag 

 Side Sleepers Knee Pain Pillow – Soft Support Sciatic Nerve Pillow and Hip Pain Relief - Adjustable Leg Wedge Reduce Leg Pain for Men Women + Extra Cover and Storage Bag 

And many others (just click the button above to see full list of our products)

 Travel Toiletry Bag for Men - Dopp Kit - Mens Travel Toiletries Bag Large 

Healthy spine

Standing

 

  • When standing, keep one foot slightly in front of the other, with your knees slightly bent. This will take the pressure off your low back.
  • Do not stand bent forward at the waist for prolonged periods of time. The muscles in your low back become deconditioned in this position, which may lead to pain.

Lifting

 

  • At all times, avoid twisting while lifting. Twisting is one of the most dangerous movements for your spine, especially while lifting.
  • If the item is too heavy to lift, pushing it is easier on your back than pulling it. Whenever possible, use your legs, not your back or upper body, to push the item.

Sitting

 

  • Keep your knees slightly higher than your hips, with your head up and back straight.
  • Avoid rolling your shoulders forward (slouching).
  • Try to maintain the natural curve in your low back.

Reaching and Bending

 

  • When reaching for something above shoulder level, stand on a stool. Straining to reach such objects may not only hurt your mid-back and neck, but it can also bring on shoulder problems.
  • Do NOT bend over at the waist to pick up items from the floor or a table.
  • Instead, kneel down on one knee, as close as possible to the item you are lifting, with the other foot flat on the floor and pick the item up.
  • Or bend at the knees, keep the item close to your body, and lift with your legs, not your back.

Carrying

 

  • When carrying objects, particularly if they are heavy, keep them as close to your body as possible.
  • Carrying two small objects—one in each hand—is often easier to handle than one large one.

Sleeping

 

  • Sleeping on your back puts approximately 50 pounds of pressure on your spine. Other positions may be better.
  • Placing a pillow under your knees while lying on your back cuts the pressure on your spine roughly in half.
  • Lying on your side with a pillow between your knees may also reduce the pressure on your back.

Reviews

Anastasia

 “This belt arrived just on time, because I'm having terrible neck and back pain after sitting for hours at work. It really helps to keep my back straight and supported. It has Velcro and you can easily adjust it to ur level of comfort. I like that it's wide enough to keep my back supported. Definitely recommend this product! "

Vi&Ma

 “ Wow! I was just impressed by the product. This Memory Foam pillow came very nicely packed with a bow. It have bonus - extra cover. The texture of the material is pleasant. It also comes with storage package.
First impression is that it is a luxury product. Very qualitative. And also you feel yourself as a VIP person when you receive it so carefully and beautifully packed.
And so after my first impression I also tried it. The size is a little bit smaller than usual queen size pillows. As for me - it is very comfortable. I wish only to have another one to have a pair. It have two "hills" so you can use more high or low side. ”
 

Connie S. Fidgeon

 “ I purchased this brace for my husband as he experiences low back pain when working in the yard and garden. He is modelling the X-Large size, which is adjustable and fits him well. He stated this brace is comfortable and helps prevent his back pain while working. "