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Back pain is everywhere and not going away

Back pain in the U.S. - Statistics & Facts Back pain is one of the most common medical problems worldwide. It can develop slowly with time or come suddenly and...

Back pain is everywhere and not going away

Back pain in the U.S. - Statistics & Facts Back pain is one of the most common medical problems worldwide. It can develop slowly with time or come suddenly and...

Portable Spinal Decompression

Portable Spinal Decompression

According to the World Health Organization, over 619 million people suffer from lower back pain, nearly 7.5% of the world’s population. There are many conditions that can cause pain in...

Portable Spinal Decompression

According to the World Health Organization, over 619 million people suffer from lower back pain, nearly 7.5% of the world’s population. There are many conditions that can cause pain in...

If you are thinking about returning the Merryback™

If you are thinking about returning the Merryback™

We at MerryBack™ have very few returns because we've learned that most returns are requested because our customer wasn't wearing the device properly, or didn't wear it long enough. Here...

If you are thinking about returning the Merryback™

We at MerryBack™ have very few returns because we've learned that most returns are requested because our customer wasn't wearing the device properly, or didn't wear it long enough. Here...

4 Commonly Asked Questions About the MerryBack™ Spinal Decompression System

4 Commonly Asked Questions About the MerryBack™...

When you’re dealing with something as serious as chronic back pain, you want solutions that are effective, affordable, and easy to use. Unfortunately, many spinal compression devices fall short in...

4 Commonly Asked Questions About the MerryBack™...

When you’re dealing with something as serious as chronic back pain, you want solutions that are effective, affordable, and easy to use. Unfortunately, many spinal compression devices fall short in...

How Does the MerryBack™ Work?

How Does the MerryBack™ Work?

For many people suffering from chronic back pain, the only thing more frustrating than their condition is the lack of effective relief products on the market. Inversion tables are a...

How Does the MerryBack™ Work?

For many people suffering from chronic back pain, the only thing more frustrating than their condition is the lack of effective relief products on the market. Inversion tables are a...

Conditions the MerryBack™ Spinal Decompression System May Help With

Conditions the MerryBack™ Spinal Decompression ...

The MerryBack™ Spinal Decompression System is an innovative wearable solution that can help alleviate a variety of back conditions, providing a non-invasive and drug-free solution for those suffering from chronic...

Conditions the MerryBack™ Spinal Decompression ...

The MerryBack™ Spinal Decompression System is an innovative wearable solution that can help alleviate a variety of back conditions, providing a non-invasive and drug-free solution for those suffering from chronic...

What is the Success Rate of Spinal Decompression?

Research has shown spinal decompression is successful in 71% to 89% of patients. More than 10 different research studies have been conducted showing good results for patients treated with spinal decompression. John Leslie Mayo Clinic

Does Decompression Increase Disc Height?

In a case report published in the European Musculoskeletal Review, titled "Management of Low Back Pain with a Non-surgical Decompression System" researchers reveal the pre and post treatment MRI findings of a 69 year old male with low back pain. Prior to treatment the patient reported low back pain radiating into both legs. When asked to describe his pain intensity on a scale of 0-10 the patient rated his pain a 10. The patient underwent 22 treatments over a seven week period. Utilizing the same pain intensity scale the patient reported a pain level of 1 post treatment. Four months after the initial treatment a follow up MRI revealed decreased herniation size and increased disc height at multiple lumbar levels."