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Doctor looking at patients backWho is Nubax For?

Back pain has numerous causes. The result, however, is always the same: feeling held back in life, unable to participate in your desired activities and being sidelined by discomfort. With Nubax™, you have a nonsurgical, simple option that provides traction to give your vertebrae greater space, allowing them to rehydrate and for the free flow of nutrients.

There are many conditions that respond well to Nubax. Below, you can read through some of the common issues that Nubax has addressed for people around the globe.

Osteoarthritis

Common in the aging population, osteoarthritis is caused by the degeneration of cartilage in the joints. It can stem from injury, mechanical stress, diet, lifestyle or simple wear and tear. The pain may start out mild but soon intensifies, breaking down the cartilage that functions as a cushion to the joints and leading to the formation of cysts or bone spurs.

Osteoporosis

When bone density and mass decrease along with demineralization and a loss of bone matrix, the bones become brittle and susceptible to injury. When osteoporosis is in the spine, fractures can happy, leading to a decrease in height and kyphosis, or increased spinal curves. Those with osteoporosis experience impaired mobility and decreased respiratory function.

Scoliosis

A lateral curvature in the spine, usually in the lumbar or thoracic regions, is called scoliosis. This permanent condition requires correct management if it is to resolve. Since the spinal curvature develops during growth spurts, it’s necessary to screen children and adolescents for an early diagnosis for more effective treatment.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

An autoimmune response causes rheumatoid arthritis, which is a chronic inflammatory disease. All ages can be affected, though it occurs more often in older age groups. The condition goes through remission and exacerbation cycles and the joints are progressively damaged, affecting different joints for varying periods.

Sciatica

The sciatic nerve is the longest in the body, responsible for the transmission of all signals in the lower limbs. It starts in the low back, goes to the pelvis, through the hip and down the back of the leg. When irritated, a shooting pain that can be mild or intense is felt in the leg or foot.

Herniated Intervertebral Disc

The vertebrae are separated by cartilaginous discs that cushion and add flexibility to your spine. When herniated, the disc’s inner components protrude through a tear in the disc’s outer covering. When protruding, it exerts pressure in the spine and nerve root.

Foraminal Stenosis

A narrowing of the disc spaces in the spine, foraminal stenosis results from the vertebral joint becoming enlarged. It can occur in the neck or lower back. The main symptom is a pain that develops over time, usually related to a specific position or activity. It can be accompanied by leg pain or weakness or difficulties in coordination.

Ankylosing Spondylitis

A progressive and inflammatory disorder, ankylosing spondylitis generally affects men who are 20-30 years old, though it can develop at any age. The cause isn’t fully known, though evidence of a genetic predisposition has been found. It affects the sacroiliac joint, lumbar spine and the spaces between the ribs.

Kyphosis and Lordosis

When the upper spine has excessive curvature that results in a hunchback, it is referred to as kyphosis. It can occur alongside osteoporosis and tuberculosis though it is commonly experienced in adolescents who have improper posture. The milder form is fully reversible, though more severe kyphosis can lead to impaired respiration.

Lordosis occurs in the lower spine from a pre-existing condition or improper posture. Pregnancy and obesity, which lead to an altered center of gravity, can lead to lordosis.

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