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Hi. If you have a true slipped disc then be careful it may not be suitable & may potentially make it worse. If its back pain its a different situation altogether.
By Laughing Buddah on 02 August 2014
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I'm 63, my posture is good despite the curvature of the spine and I keep my weight steady - always been small but strong. No idea how I ended up like this. Worked maybe too hard and had I known about my scoiosis years ago, not diagnosed for 20 years, I would have done things differently I.e. Lifting heavy things in the… see more I'm 63, my posture is good despite the curvature of the spine and I keep my weight steady - always been small but strong. No idea how I ended up like this. Worked maybe too hard and had I known about my scoiosis years ago, not diagnosed for 20 years, I would have done things differently I.e. Lifting heavy things in the garden. Keep your weight down, being overweight puts a strain on the spine. see less I'm 63, my posture is good despite the curvature of the spine and I keep my weight steady - always been small but strong. No idea how I ended up like this. Worked maybe too hard and had I known about my scoiosis years ago, not diagnosed for 20 years, I would have done things differently I.e. Lifting heavy things in the garden. Keep your weight down, being overweight puts a strain on the spine.
By Ms watson on 07 August 2015
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maybe - it gives a good stretch on your back, but I guess correcting posture is the best thing for slouched shoulders/. The stretch will help though .
By foxy on 29 March 2015
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I would recommend you speaking to a doctor first, just to be on the safe side.
By C. Harrison on 16 March 2015
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In a word Yes!
By Shirley on 13 April 2014
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Yes it's good for all parts of your back
By Emma on 16 February 2016
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It does help with posture as it strengthens and stretches the core muscles. I use it as required and not all the time. It also works as a back rest when sitting or in a car on long journeys. I hope this helps!
By Mr Chris Dawson on 07 June 2016
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No, but it might give some relief.
By william on 31 January 2015
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I'm not aware of any weight limit, a friend has used it and he is 17stones without any problems.
By gsa1 on 30 June 2014