Relief for Your Nagging Back Pain
Did you know that nearly 80% of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetimes?
What if we told you we had something that could provide you with relief for your nagging back pain? Well, we can. Hydrotherapy can do wonders.
How Hydromassage Works
A hot tub can relieve your back pain through total immersion in warm water. This relaxes your muscles while promoting flexibility.
The hydromassage targets your problem areas – like your back – increasing circulation and releasing lactic acid buildup.
Get Rid of Back Pain
If you have pain in your lower back, you are certainly not alone. Whether from sitting at a desk, exercise, bending over or age, millions of Americans live with daily back pain.
Soaking in a hot tub is a natural remedy for relaxing tense muscles, reducing stress and increasing blood flow to relieve your pain.
Strategically positioned massage jets make a world of difference for back pain sufferers like the hot tub owner in this video.
How a Hot Tub Helps
Many hot tub users find their spa can help ease their lower back pain by encouraging their tense muscles to relax. This happens through the combination of heat, buoyancy, and massage.
A short soak in the morning or before bed every day can go a long way towards improving your quality of life. See how:
- Heat. A hot tub’s warm waters raise a person’s body temperature, enhancing circulation, improving blood flow, and promoting relaxation. As muscles relax, tension and the pain that comes with it can lessen.
- Buoyancy. When you immerse yourself hot tub’s soothing waters, your experienced body weight is reduced by 90%. This takes the pressure off your bones, joints, and muscles. This includes those directly and indirectly associated with your lower back.
- Massage. Our high-quality premium and luxury hot tubs use powerful jets to massage major muscle groups. Hydromassage kneads knots and tension out of muscles, helping them relax and providing relief from over-tightness.
All hot tubs offer the advantages of heat and buoyancy. Yet, if you want to reduce lower back pain you want to look for hot tub models that specifically target this problem area.
One important thing to keep in mind when comparing the massage options on hot tubs is that the hot tub with the most jets does not necessarily provide the best massage. You want jets powered by a strong jet pump, and they must be aimed accurately to massage the right parts of your body.
Cost Effective Pain Relief
Consider the number of things you buy to try and relieve your chronic, nagging back pain – new mattresses, foam rollers, medicine, workout balls, heating pads, ice packs, pillows, new chairs, ergonomic desks and much more.
When you add it all up, a hot tub turns out to be a bargain. Spend less and enjoy every day more with a hot tub.
There’s no reason to suffer any longer. Talk with your doctor about using a hot tub for to relieve nagging back pain.
Then, consider stopping by for a test soak. You can enjoy the natural pain relief of warm water therapy in the hot tub.
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(To see if a hot tub might be the right choice for you, consult with a medical professional.)