FAQ

What is it? How does it work?

Just wrap the Decompression Belt firmly around your waist, attach the pump, and inflate the belt. As the belt inflates with air, it expands vertically, gently stretching and tensioning the lower back. The gentle traction helps decompress the spinal discs and stretch tight muscles.

Since the belt fills with air, it is not bulky and weighs very little. This means you can wear the belt underneath your everyday clothes. The belt can be worn for periods of as little as 30 minutes for short therapy, to as long as an entire day or entire night while you're sleeping. The belt is meant to allow you to get home physiotherapy while also working and taking part in activities like normal. 


How long do I have to wear the belt for? 

Throughout the 5-7 days, it is recommended that you wear the belt 3-4 times a day for 30 minutes each time. This allows your back to adjust to the effects of the stretching and traction. After the first week, you can wear the belt for as long as you like. It is recommended you use it at least 30 minutes a day. You do not need to wear it throughout the day. Many people enjoy wearing the belt while working or doing daily activities because it helps them be active with less pain.

Is it bulky? Can I wear it under my clothes?

No, it is not bulky. It is light and discreet, so you can wear it under your clothes.

Why does the belt have to fit so firmly around the waist?

In order to gently stretch and add traction to the lower back to relieve your pain and tension.

What is it made out of?

Premium quality leather

Do you accept returns?

We have a 30 Day money-back policy.

Can I sleep with this on?

Yes, many people who have trouble sleeping due to back pain have found that wearing the belt to bed helps them get a restful night’s sleep. For maximum results, it is recommended that you use the belt while lying down with your legs propped up with a couple pillows. In this position, your back muscles are relaxed and less tense

Is it covered by insurance?

Some of our customers have claimed the belt on their insurance, but you will have to check with them first if they cover it.