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Pioneering The Use of CPM For The Lower Back
Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) therapy was originally developed by Dr. Robert B. Salter in the 1970s and revolutionized the healing of cartilage in knee and elbow joints. A CPM device works by exercising the joint while the patient relaxes exerting no effort at all. The induced movement of synovial fluid allows for better diffusion of nutrients into damaged cartilage and diffusion of blood and waste products out of the joint. It’s estimated that CPM therapy is currently used in over 15,000 hospitals worldwide.
The Back Pro was designed to harness the power of Dr. Salter’s CPM therapy and apply it to the lumbar region of the back. This promotes synovial fluid movement to bring nutrients and blood flow to reduce inflammation in the affected lower back region.
Mobilization Is Key
The effectiveness of CPM is derived from the movement of the joint. Patients with back pain naturally immobilize themselves. It’s a normal, typical reaction to the discomfort. This limits synovial fluid and blood flow, compounding the problem by limiting the natural healing process. This is similar to the “old school” thinking of immobilization for recovery.
The Back Pro gives the patient the opportunity to relax and begin to mobilize the lumbar region. The passive, repetitive motion of gentle traction and compression delivers just the right amount of mobilization. This promotes synovial fluid movement to bring nutrients to the affected area and blood flow to reduce inflammation, naturally fostering the healing process.
How The Back Pro Works
The Back Pro pushes and pulls from the patient’s feet. The pad under the patient’s back moves independently with a very specific amount of friction. This drag creates alternating forces of compression and decompression in the lower spine. The therapy lasts for 15 to 20 minutes (selectable) and automatically stops. This promotes the synovial fluid movement and increased blood flow necessary for healing to take place.
Additionally, because of the offset between the lower spine and femur bone, a pelvic tilt is realized on each cycle, 45 to 60 pelvic tilts per session. The pelvic tilt exercise is encouraged by therapists for a wide variety of lower back conditions. With the Back Pro, performing this exercise becomes effortless for the patient.
Since I’ve had it, I’ve had great results with my low back patients.
I couldn’t be happier to have it in my practice, and getting the results I am.Dr. Thomas Kopsch
Lower back pain is the most common disability. The Back Pro was designed to accommodate this disability with a powered lift mechanism.
The mechanism lowers the patient from a seated position to a flat position to perform the therapy. At the conclusion of the therapy, the patient can be returned to a seated position. The lift is controlled with a simple remote controller.
Additional Revenue Opportunity
Back Pro CPM Professional owners have the opportunity to refer their patients to purchase a Back Pro CPM Home Version for continued therapy in their home. The brochure contains a $100 coupon for your patient to use to purchase on BackPainGo.com.
Please ask for further details.
Created by experts
For years we have designed machines to aid in orthopedic rehabilitation that use CPM techniques. You can now utilize CPM therapy in your practice for your patients with lower back pain.
How To Order
Back Pro CPM Professional
Lower Back Pain Therapy
Professional CPM Therapy For Your Clinic…
- Continuous Passive Motion Therapy
- Passive Pelvic Tilt Exercise
- Motorized Lift Mechanism
- Effortless/Pain-Free Movement
- Less Stress Than Walking
- New Capability For Your Practice
- Referral Revenue Opportunity
- 1-Year Standard Limited Warranty
- 5-Year Extended Warranty Available
Real People – Real Results
I was able to play golf 4 days in a row last week without any pain whatsoever.