What is Nubax?
2Lean forward to begin your session.
3Feel your back stretching.
4Stand up using your hands.
Who is Nubax for?
Nubax is a safe and simple solution that can quickly reduce your back pain within 30 days, or your money back.
How does Nubax work?
It also aids the reversing of the pathologies affecting the lumbar and dorsal regions that are responsible for this compression.
Nubax Triple Effect
1.Inside the vertebral disk
Reduces pressure of the nucleus pulposus (the centre) on the fibrous ring (the extremity) and creates a negative force (aspiration) towards the centre of the disc allowing the resorption of the hernia or protrusion.
2.Interior of the intervertebral space
Blood supply is multiplied around the intervertebral disc and the vertebral body.
3.Positioning of the vertebrae
Your vertebrae are realigned vertically and horizontally and the re-inflation of the vertebral discs increases the space between the vertebrae.
1.Decreases tension and contraction in
your para spinal and dorsal muscle
2.Increase flexibility of your muscles and ligaments reducing the risk of muscles and ligament injuries.
3.Improve your tone and elasticity
which maintains the position of your vertebrae.
Watch a demonstration of Nubax
Nubax is a leading therapeutic back traction device that has relieved back pain for over 100,000 satisfied customers globally. It is suitable for both professional and personal use. Many physiotherapists use Nubax successfully with their patients.
The benefits of axial decompression, which involves thousands of ligamentary, muscular and articular micro-adjustments, are best achieved
via numerous short sessions with your Nubax device:
1. Three times per day
2. Three minutes per session
The ability to use Nubax in the comfort of your own home is one of the primary reasons it has been so successful over such a long period of time.
The intensity of the axial decompression force depends on the angle at which you tilt the trunk of your body forward. Once the required angle is reached, a static axial decompression force is exerted along the spinal column from the hips to the shoulders.
At every moment you are in complete control of the force exerted and you can adjust it precisely by a very slight rectification of your inclination.