Y-Strap Chiropractic Spine Decompression Tool


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Y Strap Spine Chiropractic Decompression Traction Tool with Chin Strap .

Y- axis spine strap is a decompression tool used to stretch the back to release pressure from the vertebrae along the spine from top to bottom. It is inspired by manual spine traction techniques in the Y-Axis to help reduce the tension in the vertebrae along the spine.

What is the Y- axis spine strap tool?

The Y- axis spine strap tool is a stretching tool to perform manual spine decompression. This spine stretching tool allows spine stretching by supporting the sub-occipital region of the skull to decompress the cervical, dorsal and lumbar parts of the spine. After fastening the Y- axis spine strap to the user’s head size with the small adjuster, the two “arms” of the “y” lead to the handle bar of the y-strap that is used by the partner or therapist to perform the stretching motion in the y-axis of the user’s body. The body axis (Y-Axis) where the force takes place: The Y-Axis, also known as vertical axis is aligned with the spine. The Y- axis spin strap is used to stretch the spine; some chiropractors or physiotherapists use the Y-Strap to execute a Y-Axis adjustment. Other manual techniques as the use of towels or other straps are also used for this procedure. Y-Axis decompression appears to imply less vascular risks than other torsion manipulation techniques. Tool description Y- axis spine strap handcrafted (24 inch) chin strap is included. The Y- axis spine strap uses stretching and high-velocity & low-amplitude traction to stretch and decompress the spine and relax the muscles of the back from top to bottom. Y-axis traction techniques allow joints and muscle to recuperate their natural tone. Physicians can use the Y- axis spine strap to apply manual Y-Axis traction. The head rests comfortably on the padded strap while stretching happens from the cervical to the pelvis area of the spine by reducing the nerve pressure.