Daily Mail

Back cradle that eases spinal pain “is this the way to beat backache” Steve Lydon has suffered from lower back pain ever since he was involved in a motorcycle accident 20 years ago. Left with 2 injured vertebrae in the lumbar part of his spine and 3 compressed discs, he spent 3 months in traction…

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Daily Express

Fad of the Week Last year, more than 16 million of us suffered some sort of back pain and 2.5 million people in Britain live with the pain every day. The Flexibak is the latest innovation to aid those afflicted. It looks a bit like the rib cage of a wooden skeleton. The spine of…

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Western Daily Press

Have these men really come up with a cure for back pain Any entrepreneur will tell you that one of the keys to successfully launching a new product is making sure there is a market for it. On that score at least, the prospects for a new invention from Cheltenham-based osteopath Jason Rosser and his…

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Echo

Cradle your back pain Back Pain is responsible for more lost working days than any other ailment. So Body & Soul reader Kathy Harris tried out a new product that promises to help alleviate the suffering. Back pain is on the increase and is slowly but surely becoming the curse of the modern worker’s world.…

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Sunday Times Star Buy

Sunday Times Star Buy The most common area to have back pain is the lower back. This clever little contraption was designed by the osteopath Jason Rosser to counteract this, by reversing the curves in your lower back and encouraging lumbar and sacro-iliac joints to open up. Simply lie on it and gravity reverses the…

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Reader’s Digest

News of Medicine Ever since he was involved in a motorcycle accident 20 years ago, Steve Lydon has suffered bad lower-back pain. Now Steve, 43, from Northleach, Gloucestershire is benefiting from a new device, designed specifically to relieve pain in that region. Called Flexibak, it is made of eight wooden segments, each sitting independently on…

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