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Spending all day sitting in the office is killing your back?

People who are in front of the computer for many hours have a big chance of suffering low back pain and in severe cases a herniation in the discs that cushion the movements of the spine or pain in the sciatic nerve that becomes inflamed and transmits permanent pain to the leg. If you don’t take the right measures in time, you can be a candidate for invasive and expensive treatments such as surgery.

Did you know that pain in the lower back is the first cause of work absenteeism due to diseases?

Low back pain affects the quality of life of 80% of people who suffer it. Sitting for many hours in the same position causes the deep muscles of the spine at the end of the day have almost the same impact as if you were carrying a heavy object. The problem is that these muscles can’t relax 100% during the night and as the days pass the muscle spasms accumulate, oppressing the nerves and stopping the entry of nutrients that feed the intervertebral discs, which causes their short-term wear.

If you go to the doctor he can prescribe you, analgesics and anti- inflammatory drugs to temporarily relieve the pain; but if you don’t take additional measures to eliminate the spasms in the deep muscles, the problem will continue to get worse.

How to solve back problems in a non-invasive way?

Normally for masseurs it is difficult to relax the deeper muscles where the root of the problem lies. The regular practice of restorative yoga or therapeutic exercises can help under the supervision of a professional, however for faster and safer results it is recommended to apply professional tools to eliminate spasms of deep muscles such as Cordus and Sacrus, which can help correct
even serious problems such as herniated discs, low back pain, scoliosis, etc.

The advantage of this method is that you can apply it easily in the comfort of your home or office, on the couch or on a rug. Also to applying Cordus for treatment, you can make additional prevention measures such as changing the chair for a more ergonomic one, take care of your posture while sitting and don’t forget to get up every 40 minutes, as well as doing simple exercises and stretching.