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Decompression Belt for Lower Back Pain

Decompression Belt for Lower Back Pain

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The decompression back belts are crafted to assist in stretching the back and offering support for a drug-free pain relief experience. Not only are these decompression belts user-friendly, but their adjustable sizing allows for a personalized fit. Easily stretch the belt to alleviate back pain, leaving you with a comfortable sensation.

This back belt provides decompression therapy and clinical-grade traction, making it an exceptionally versatile and practical solution tailored to your back pain.


Spinal Decompression Belt For Herniated Disc

Sometimes, a disc can bulge when its inner part, called the nucleus, partly sticks out, and herniation happens when it sticks out even more. Both situations can lead to back pain by pinching a nerve, and in some cases, it might push into the spinal canal where the spinal cord is.

That's where the inflatable back belt comes in handy! It's a great help for those dealing with bulging or herniated discs and degenerative conditions. How does it work? As the belt inflates, it takes off some of the weight on the disc, helping it decompress. This means less bulging or herniating and prevents more damage to the disc.

But that's not all – the traction belt also gives your disc more space by increasing its height. This extra space is fantastic for delicate nerves. Traction not only makes discs more hydrated but also helps them absorb essential nutrients, boosting overall disc health. It's like giving your back a little TLC and can even reverse the effects of degenerative disc disease or lumbar spine osteoarthritis. So, if you're looking for relief, this belt is a game-changer!


Spondylosis & Spondylolisthesis

Spondylosis in the cervical and lumbar spine is a medical term for osteoarthritis, where arthritic bone spurs can form around the discs in an attempt to stabilize a degenerating condition. This process often leads to pain. The spinal decompression belt can assist by reducing weight-bearing stress, potentially providing relief from pressure and discomfort.

Spondylolisthesis is when the front part of a spinal bone slips forward, creating pressure on the nerves and possibly leading to a sway back or increased curve in the lower spine. This can be especially painful when standing or sitting for long periods. Our traction belt is designed to ease this discomfort. By lessening the stress on the lower spine, it helps reduce hyperlordosis and spondylolisthesis, providing more stability and relief from pain.



When arthritis affects your spine, it brings inflammation and stiffness to your joints, making daily activities a real struggle. Specifically in the cervical and lumbar regions, the body reacts by forming painful bone spurs around the discs in an attempt to stabilize the situation.

Our specially designed decompression belt is a game-changing solution for your lower back pain. It offers targeted relief by reducing stress on the spine caused by weight-bearing. Say goodbye to discomfort and experience improved mobility with the help of this belt.

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How Long Should I Wear?

For the best results, it's recommended to wear the belt for around 2 to 3 hours daily, or as advised by your healthcare professional. Many people start feeling the benefits within a few days of regular use. Some might need to wear it for a bit longer to get the maximum relief from symptoms.

Just like regular back belts, wearing this spinal decompression belt for extended periods may lead to some weakness in the back and abdominal muscles. But here's the good news – using the belt can actually help increase physical activity, reducing any potential muscle dependency. To keep those muscles strong, it's a good idea to start exercising your back as soon as you can. Your comfort and well-being are our top priorities!

How To Use It?

1) Before using, make sure the belt is completely deflated by turning the air valve counterclockwise four to five turns to release air. Be cautious not to loosen the valve too much, as it might come off.

2) Once the belt is fully deflated, close the air valve by turning it clockwise until it's completely tight.

3) Position the belt around your stomach, under the rib cage and above the pelvic girdle (commonly known as the hips). Keep the traction belt upright and aligned with the middle of your stomach.

4) Secure the Velcro attachments and strap to fasten the belt on your body. The belt should be snug around the stomach but not overly tight.

5) To connect the hand pump valve to the traction belt valve, open the clamp by squeezing the clamp arms together, insert the tongs from the hand pump valve into the groove of the belt air valve, and firmly place the hand pump air valve over the belt air valve.

6) Begin the hand pump action to inflate your belt. Continue inflating the spinal decompression belt until the pressure gauge reaches the green-orange zones (ten – fourteen pounds per square inch). Caution: Avoid letting the needle go into the red part of the pressure gauge, as this could damage the belt.

7) Once the belt is fully inflated, remove the hand pump valve from the belt.

8) Before removing the belt, release the air by turning the valve counterclockwise to discharge air. Be careful not to loosen the valve too much, as it may come off.


1) Only use the hand pump provided with the belt; using a different pump may damage the valve and void your warranty.

2) If you have blood pressure or heart issues, consult your doctor before using the belt.

3) To prevent water from entering the air cells, make sure the valve is fully closed before cleaning by turning it clockwise until securely tightened.

4) Handle the hand pump with care; dropping it may result in damage.

5) Keep sharp objects away from the belt to avoid any potential damage.