Additionally, the red and blue light therapy functions aid in tissue repair and reduce certain skin conditions that can contribute to pain. With its motion and massage capabilities, including swing mode and vibration, it further enhances relaxation, distracts from pain signals, and reduces muscle discomfort. Overall, this product offers a multifaceted approach to alleviate back pain and improve overall comfort.
Studies on lumbar traction have explored their effects on pain reduction and functional improvement in various conditions.
Chiu TT, et al. (2005). A randomized controlled trial on the efficacy of intermittent cervical traction for patients with chronic neck pain. The Spine Journal, 5(2), 178-183. This study focused on cervical traction, but it highlights the potential benefits of traction therapy in reducing pain and improving functional outcomes.
Graham N, Gross AR, Goldsmith C, et al. (2006). Mechanical traction for mechanical neck disorders: a systematic review. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 38(3), 145-152. While this review specifically addresses neck disorders, it provides insights into the effectiveness of mechanical traction in reducing pain and improving function in the cervical spine.
Kumar S, et al. (2013). Effectiveness of mechanical traction on pain and disability in patients with lumbar disc herniation: a systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation, 27(9), 741-751. This systematic review examines the effectiveness of mechanical traction in reducing pain and disability in patients with lumbar disc herniation.
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