The benefits of Nubax Back Traction Device

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.

Who is Nubax beneficial for?

The Nubax therapeutic back stretch machine can help a range of conditions including but not limited to:


Lower back pain is very common. It can result from a strain (injury) to muscles or tendons in the back. Other causes include arthritis, structural problems and disk injuries.

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Scoliosis is a curvature of the vertebral column. It may be accompanied with a rotation of the spine. Scoliosis is a permanent condition and can lead to further deformation if not managed correctly.

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Herniated Intervertebral Disc

Discs separate the vertebrae in the spine and act to cushion the vertebrae and add flexibility to the back. Herniation is when the inner component of the disc tears through the outer covering of the disc.

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Kyphosis and Lordosis

Kyphosis is a condition characterised by an excessive outward curvature of the spinal column. The spine increases in convexity, developing the appearance of a ‘hunchback’.

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Sciatica Neuralgia is not a disease, but rather a sign that the nerve has been irritated. Upon irritation or compression of the nerve, a shooting pain along the leg and sometimes foot can be felt.

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory disease caused by an autoimmune response. Being autoimmune in nature, this disease has a cycle of symptoms and disruptions in functions.

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Foraminal Stenosis

When the disc space in the spine is narrowed it is called Foraminal Stenosis. This condition is due to a joint in the vertebrae becoming enlarged.

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A common progressive condition where the bone mass and density are reduced, coupled with demineralisation and a loss of bone matrix results in bones that are far more brittle fragile.

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Common in the aging population, Osteoarthritis is a breakdown of the cartilage in a joint mainly as the result of mechanical stress, injury, lifestyle, diet and general wear and tear.

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Ankylosing Spondylitis

As an inflammatory condition, pain and discomfort in the spine is the main symptom, however it is possible to develop other symptoms such as fatigue, fever, weight loss, and uveitis

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