"What this machine can do is strengthen and rebuild up to 180 muscles at one time. Most structures that get damaged the cause is due to lack of activity, obesity, and a sedentary lifestyle. What this machine can do is, without a lot of participation on the patient's part, help to get into the deep core muscles of the spine, separate the structures, and actually rehydrate some of the ligaments and muscles. And get some blood supply back into the disc."
Lately, the term "core strength training" has been commonly found among health clubs and therapy centers. The core muscles of the spine are used for balance and stability in both dynamic and stationary motion. Strengthening these muscles can offset postural problems, prevent spinal injuries, and reinforce healthy activity. This focus on treating entire muscle groups instead of isolated areas can benefit people who are looking to strengthen their body and improve their health in a balanced way.