The Back Bubble™ is the only multipositional stretching device.
The only device that allows the user to stretch in all directions that the spine naturally moves.
At a fraction of the cost!
Join thousands of people who have experienced the joy and benefits of this pain relieving device that is life changing and used by doctors around the world.
Join the thousands who are beginning to feel back pain relief & enjoying the life again, thanks to the Back Bubble™!
With the Back Bubble™, your comfort comes first. The more comfortable and relaxed you feel, the faster you can feel the relief. With the Back Bubble™, you can comfortably decompress your spine without having to strap yourself into a cumbersome machine and hang by your ankles.
First, gravity gently pulls your lower body weight downward
Then, muscles relax, & safely decompress the spine
Finally, this relieves pressure off the discs & nerves helping relieve pain for a safe & comfortable stretch.
Within minutes of use, evidence shows significant reduction in inflammation (shown in white) and lower back pain.
Ron Chase, Inventor of the Back Bubble™ demonstrates!
The upright position simulates leaning on a counter or cane to relieve pressure off the lower back. This position replicates this natural movement so you can begin to feel relief right away.
The inverted position was created to target a precise area of the back that needs stretching. The inverted position allows you to position the Back Bubble™ around your waist and you simply twist your hips. You can adjust the stretch by raising the Back Bubble™ higher off the floor for added decompression.
In the Extended Position, with the Back Bubble™ around your back in position, simply use your legs to stabilize yourself while you lift your waist off the floor. You can choose to extend your back to the degree that offers the greatest stretch and relief.
HANDS & KNEES POSITION
In this position, simply place The Back Bubble™ over your head while slipping your body through the device. Use your hands, forearms and knees to stabilize and gently move yourself forward to feel the stretch. Adjust to where you feel gentle relief.