The Spine In Line
Spine In Line is a patented pillow that is used to align your neck and spine. The pillow is lightweight, portable, and can be rolled up for easy carrying and storage. Spine In Line can be used anywhere, including in the car, at work, while traveling, or at the gym.
Using Spine In Line will help to improve your posture, strengthen your core, open your airways, and reduce back pain. The design of the pillow allows the spine and neck to be properly aligned and supported wherever it is used.
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Unlike other bulky spine alignment devices, Spine In Line is portable and can be used virtually anywhere. To carry the Spine In Line, simply roll it up into a ball and secure it with the attached strap. When you want to use the Spine In Line, remove the strap and it will pop into shape.
- Multiple Uses
Spine In Line can be used in multiple ways - as a traditional back support aid in a car or chair, as a yoga block, as a stretching tool, and as a core strengthener. It also claims to help with snoring, migraines, congestion, and for pre-natal relief.
Compared to other back alignment devices, such as inversion tables and traction devices which can cost hundreds of dollars, Spine In Line is very affordable.
According to the manufacturer, Spine In Line is durable enough to be run over by a car and still maintain it's shape and functionality.
- Easy to Use
Spine In Line is very easy to use. If you are using the product in your car or in a chair, place it in the middle of the seat and then lean back. Your spine should be resting on the pillow. If it is not, simply reposition the pillow until your spine is resting on the pillow.
- Spine-worx Back Realignment Device
The Spine-Worx Back Realignment Device, made by SpineWorx, is an FDA approved plastic back alignment device. To use, you place the product on a flat surface and lay down on the device, with your spine placed between two ridges. It cannot be used while sitting up or in a chair.
- Ironman Inversion Table
The Ironman Inversion Table, which comes in various styles and weight capacities, is a device that inverts you up to 180 degrees. To work, the device must be fully assembled and placed on a solid surface. The user leans back against the table, which will invert, relieving back stress and compression.
- Stretchmate Back Stretcher
The StretchMate Back Stretcher is a plastic back alignment device that is used by placing it on the floor and then laying on it.
Tips & Tricks
- Use This Everywhere!
Spine In Line is designed to be used virtually anywhere. Use it in the car, take it with you on the plane while flying, bring it to work and use it while sitting at your desk, and even use this while at the gym. The portability of the product means there is no place you won't be able to use it when you need it!
- Check With Your Doctor
If you are already being treated for back or neck pain, or if you are pregnant, you should check with your doctor before using this product. Your doctor may instruct you to use Spine In Line in conjunction with other exercises, or only for limited amounts of time per day.
Does It Really Work?
Yes, Spine In Line really works. The product's design is made to ensure that your spine and neck is properly aligned while using the product. Spine In Line is also extremely portable and easy to use. For the most health benefits, be sure to use this frequently or according to your doctor's directions.
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