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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10032 Pain 1 16/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Back Pedal Back pain sufferers are being offered a remedy – in the shape of a new simple home device called the Back Pedal.It is an elongated S-shaped metal bar with grip handles at either end and pads in the bends.The user lies on their back and fits their thighs in the padded areas.They then use the legs to push and pull in opposite directions.Pushing with the legs in opposite directions against the pads facilitates a co-contracting isometric pull that causes a rotational force in the pelvis. This movement contracts the hip flexor muscles on one side that cause an anterior/forward rotation on that side of the pelvis. On the opposite side it causes a posterior/backward rotation.This rotational co-contraction force brings the pelvis back into its normal position, realigning the spine and pelvis while strengthening the local muscles and stabilising the joints. .It was designed by US-based physical therapy doctor Chris Beddoe .The Back Pedal is available to back now on KickStarter. Early Bird backers can snag one unit for just $35 USD / €30 Euros. OPS: The Back Pedal Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10032 Pain 1 16/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Back Pedal Back pain sufferers are being offered a remedy – in the shape of a new simple home device called the Back Pedal.It is an elongated S-shaped metal bar with grip handles at either end and pads in the bends.The user lies on their back and fits their thighs in the padded areas.They then use the legs to push and pull in opposite directions.Pushing with the legs in opposite directions against the pads facilitates a co-contracting isometric pull that causes a rotational force in the pelvis. This movement contracts the hip flexor muscles on one side that cause an anterior/forward rotation on that side of the pelvis. On the opposite side it causes a posterior/backward rotation.This rotational co-contraction force brings the pelvis back into its normal position, realigning the spine and pelvis while strengthening the local muscles and stabilising the joints. .It was designed by US-based physical therapy doctor Chris Beddoe .The Back Pedal is available to back now on KickStarter. Early Bird backers can snag one unit for just $35 USD / €30 Euros. OPS: The Back Pedal Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10032 Pain 1 16/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Back Pedal Back pain sufferers are being offered a remedy – in the shape of a new simple home device called the Back Pedal.It is an elongated S-shaped metal bar with grip handles at either end and pads in the bends.The user lies on their back and fits their thighs in the padded areas.They then use the legs to push and pull in opposite directions.Pushing with the legs in opposite directions against the pads facilitates a co-contracting isometric pull that causes a rotational force in the pelvis. This movement contracts the hip flexor muscles on one side that cause an anterior/forward rotation on that side of the pelvis. On the opposite side it causes a posterior/backward rotation.This rotational co-contraction force brings the pelvis back into its normal position, realigning the spine and pelvis while strengthening the local muscles and stabilising the joints. .It was designed by US-based physical therapy doctor Chris Beddoe .The Back Pedal is available to back now on KickStarter. Early Bird backers can snag one unit for just $35 USD / €30 Euros. OPS: The Back Pedal. Inventor Dr Chris Beddoe shows how the pelvis pivots the body Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10032 Pain 1 16/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Back Pedal Back pain sufferers are being offered a remedy – in the shape of a new simple home device called the Back Pedal.It is an elongated S-shaped metal bar with grip handles at either end and pads in the bends.The user lies on their back and fits their thighs in the padded areas.They then use the legs to push and pull in opposite directions.Pushing with the legs in opposite directions against the pads facilitates a co-contracting isometric pull that causes a rotational force in the pelvis. This movement contracts the hip flexor muscles on one side that cause an anterior/forward rotation on that side of the pelvis. On the opposite side it causes a posterior/backward rotation.This rotational co-contraction force brings the pelvis back into its normal position, realigning the spine and pelvis while strengthening the local muscles and stabilising the joints. .It was designed by US-based physical therapy doctor Chris Beddoe .The Back Pedal is available to back now on KickStarter. Early Bird backers can snag one unit for just $35 USD / €30 Euros. OPS: The Back Pedal. Inventor Dr Chris Beddoe supervises a patient using the device Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10032 Pain 1 16/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Back Pedal Back pain sufferers are being offered a remedy – in the shape of a new simple home device called the Back Pedal.It is an elongated S-shaped metal bar with grip handles at either end and pads in the bends.The user lies on their back and fits their thighs in the padded areas.They then use the legs to push and pull in opposite directions.Pushing with the legs in opposite directions against the pads facilitates a co-contracting isometric pull that causes a rotational force in the pelvis. This movement contracts the hip flexor muscles on one side that cause an anterior/forward rotation on that side of the pelvis. On the opposite side it causes a posterior/backward rotation.This rotational co-contraction force brings the pelvis back into its normal position, realigning the spine and pelvis while strengthening the local muscles and stabilising the joints. .It was designed by US-based physical therapy doctor Chris Beddoe .The Back Pedal is available to back now on KickStarter. Early Bird backers can snag one unit for just $35 USD / €30 Euros. OPS: The Back Pedal with inventor Dr Chris Beddoe Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10032 Pain 1 16/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Back Pedal Back pain sufferers are being offered a remedy – in the shape of a new simple home device called the Back Pedal.It is an elongated S-shaped metal bar with grip handles at either end and pads in the bends.The user lies on their back and fits their thighs in the padded areas.They then use the legs to push and pull in opposite directions.Pushing with the legs in opposite directions against the pads facilitates a co-contracting isometric pull that causes a rotational force in the pelvis. This movement contracts the hip flexor muscles on one side that cause an anterior/forward rotation on that side of the pelvis. On the opposite side it causes a posterior/backward rotation.This rotational co-contraction force brings the pelvis back into its normal position, realigning the spine and pelvis while strengthening the local muscles and stabilising the joints. .It was designed by US-based physical therapy doctor Chris Beddoe .The Back Pedal is available to back now on KickStarter. Early Bird backers can snag one unit for just $35 USD / €30 Euros. OPS: The Back Pedal Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10032 Pain 1 16/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Back Pedal Back pain sufferers are being offered a remedy – in the shape of a new simple home device called the Back Pedal.It is an elongated S-shaped metal bar with grip handles at either end and pads in the bends.The user lies on their back and fits their thighs in the padded areas.They then use the legs to push and pull in opposite directions.Pushing with the legs in opposite directions against the pads facilitates a co-contracting isometric pull that causes a rotational force in the pelvis. This movement contracts the hip flexor muscles on one side that cause an anterior/forward rotation on that side of the pelvis. On the opposite side it causes a posterior/backward rotation.This rotational co-contraction force brings the pelvis back into its normal position, realigning the spine and pelvis while strengthening the local muscles and stabilising the joints. .It was designed by US-based physical therapy doctor Chris Beddoe .The Back Pedal is available to back now on KickStarter. Early Bird backers can snag one unit for just $35 USD / €30 Euros. OPS: The Back Pedal. Graphic showing the effect on muscles and the pelvic area Picture supplied by Ferrari
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