Continuous Passive Motion and Back Pain


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Continuous Passive Motion is a technique used to relax tight back muscles, gently release pressure between the vertebrae, and open up the spinal disc spaces to encourage the delivery of healing cerebrospinal fluid.

Ordinary stretching, inversion or traction only temporarily stretches out your muscles, letting them contract once more without any lasting impact.

With Continuous Passive Motion, your body is automatically moved in a slow, rhythmic oval pattern, engaging the upper, middle and lower back muscles without any physical exertion. This motion can ease pain in the spine without adding stress or strain to your body.

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