Back pain has afflicted just about every one of us, and anyone can be smitten by pain in the lower back, irrespective of his age. Even though the disorder is most common among seniors, adults who lie in the age group of 30 to 60 are also vulnerable.
When people in the age group of 30 – 60 are afflicted by such pain, apart from the lower back strain, most of the causes causes are centered on disc space. These include disorders like lumbar disc herniation or degenerative disc disease.

Sciatica:
Sciatica is a common condition that afflicts adults who are up to 60 years of age, and when a person suffers from sciatica, it is accompanied by pain in legs or feet. This pain is often persistent. The underlying cause of sciatica is compressed nerve in the lower spine, which can cause pain and numbness in back, legs or feet. A host of factors can lead to sciatica, and these could be a lumbar herniated disc, degenerative disc disease or isthmic spondylolisthesis.

Degenerative Disc Disease:
Another condition which is one of the leading causes of backache among adults up to 60 years of age is the degenerative disc disease. When a person sufferers from degenerative disc disease, the disorder is marked by a nagging back pain, which is worsened by sitting. However, walking or constantly changing positions make the back feel better.

Degenerative disc disease is characterized by breakdown of intervertebral discs in the lumbar spine, which can lead to inflammation, and also instability in the lower back.

Physiotherapy: One of the Most Effective Treatments
Physiotherapy is the initial treatment for any kind of pain. And while physiotherapy is very effective for healing your back pain, it is particularly useful when it is caused due to any condition related with the inter vertebral disc.

One of the basic techniques used while administering physiotherapy is decompression, or creating more space between the two vertebrae. Decompression ensures that there is more room for the inter vertebral disks, the disks fall back in place, and the nerves can breathe. This in turn allows more nutrition to reach the spine, such that the back can heal itself, and also allows one to get over any underlying cause of pain, like a compressed nerve in the back.

The Decompression Belt – Home Physiotherapy

The Decompression Belt is a remarkable invention created by doctors who have over 30 years of experience in treating thousands of patients suffering. The Decompression Back Belt is easy to use, requires no external aid for usage, can be used as many times a day as one needs, and can even be comfortably worn under one's clothes. But most importantly, it is highly effective for treatment and healing of lower back pain, sciatic leg pain or related conditions such as lumbar herniated disc or degenerative disc disease.

On inflation, the Decompression Back Belt arises vertically in height to take the weight of the upper body off the lower back, which is the leading cause of backache in most cases. This also decompresses the spine and provides traction, to let your back feel better in no time while it heals.