The back stretcher is 10 inches at it’s longest side and 7 1/2 inches on it’s shortest. Please note that most of our patients and clients have no problems using the back stretcher, regardless of size. The back stretcher is designed to fit a couple of inches on either side of the spine. If you’re a bigger person, the soft padded cover will provide comfort while lying down on it. The back stretcher is also good for a weight limit of 240 pounds. Please note that we’ve had even heavier people use it. If you find that it’s not comfortable enough, you still have a 30 day money back guarantee!
The Posture Wizard System comes with training videos. Want to take a look at them? Go to our ‘Videos’ page and you can see all the training and education videos!
The back stretcher comes in 3 levels of difficulty, making it easy for the beginner and challenging for the more advanced user. The height of each level is as follows: Beginner’s Level: 4 inches Intermediate Level: 4.5 inches Advanced Level: 5.25 inches
The longest part of the back stretcher is 10 inches The Width of the back stretcher is 7 1/2 inches The back stretcher has three different heights. The height of each level is as follows: Beginner’s Level: 4 inches Intermediate Level: 4.5 inches Advanced Level: 5.25 inches Attention: The back stretcher also comes with a soft padded cover. The width of the padded cover is 1 inch.
The back stretcher is primarily made for lying on your back. However, there are some people that may benefit from lying on their stomach. So what’s so beneficial about lying on your stomach? In some cases with the spine, flexing the spine (bending forward) appears to improve comfort. Therefore, lying on the stomach allows someone to flex their spine while allowing for gentle traction. Keep in mind that this only benefits a small portion of individuals. Most lie on their back. Got a question about this? Did you know that we’re always available by email or phone to get answers to most of your questions? Contact us if you have any further questions!
The back stretcher has a weight capacity of 240 pounds. However, we’ve had heavier individuals on it. If you aren’t completely satisfied, you have a 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!
While the Posture Wizard System can benefit many people, there are certain people that may need to take precaution with using the system. The following is a general list of precautions that you should take. Also, remember to talk to your physician prior to starting any exercise or wellness program: Pregnancy, Spinal cord injury, Recent or unhealed fracture, Extreme Osteoporosis, Psoriatic arthritis or Ankylosing Spondylitis, Acute (recent) Back Injury
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That’s a great question. Most back stretchers focus on the low back. Our System actually focuses on improving posture in the middle back also. In fact, half of the system is designed specifically for the middle back. Did you know that improving middle back posture and alignment can improve neck issues? Working on the middle back allows you to see improvements in the neck, and even the shoulders! It’s a full system to maintaining a healthy spine.
The Posture Wizard System is not designed to treat any medical condition. However, gentle back traction has often been recommended to those with a disc herniation. For anyone with a disc herniation, we always recommend that you consult with your physician prior to starting any exercise program. If you are going to use the Posture Wizard system, make sure you follow the instructions exactly as shown in the training videos. If at any time, you experience an increase in leg numbness, stop immediately.
Improving back posture and gentle back traction is something that is often recommended to individuals after back surgery. However, not all back surgery is the same. Your physician will be the best person to decide whether the Posture Wizard System is something that would be of benefit to you.
The Posture Wizard System is designed to be most effective when lying down. However, some of our customers and patients love using the back stretcher as a back support while sitting. They even use it to help them extend their back while sitting, which allows you to take breaks from a slouched posture. You can also use the strengthening bands while sitting.
The main difference is the additional strengthening band and trigger point ball. We’ve found that these are 2 of the most critical missing components of getting the full benefit of a back stretching program. You’re also backed by 20 years of clinical experience and comprehensive training videos that give you step-by-step instructions on how to properly use the back stretcher.
Yes. We are able to ship to anywhere in the United States!
The Posture Wizard System is currently only available in the United States.
Yes, but it’s very easy to set up. Want to see just how easy it is? Go to the Videos section of the website and you’ll be able to catch the really short video on how to set it up!