Healthy back

Advantages of the decompression therapy by Dr. Evminov

Alleviates back pain quickly and effectively.

Restores the spine’s functionality, protects it and keeps it in shape throughout your life. 

It is a cost effective and efficient method of preventing and eliminating the consequences of spinal diseases in individual regimes and at home, without expensive medication. 

In many cases, it can help you avoid spinal surgeries. 

It is a simple and effective way of correcting bad posture and preventing paediatric scoliosis.

It shapes the figure, makes you taller, improves the muscular corset and increases endurance. 

It is an effective method of rehabilitation in the post-operative phase.

Many diseases – one problem: spinal illness

Anyone not suffering from back pain is lucky. Nowadays, spinal diseases are among the most widespread. Regardless of the variety of pharmaceuticals and the implementation of new treatment methods, the number of scoliosis and osteochondrosis diseases is increasing. More than 75% of the population suffer from spine related diseases.

Alost 90% of school-aged children have incorrect body posture, 20% of whom have been diagnosed with scoliosis. If such cases were rare in the past, today, we see school-aged children with weak back muscles, slouching,  protruding shoulder blades, kyphosis and scoliosis on a mass scale. These changes begin in childhood, especially in school-aged children, continue in adolescence and turn into clinical osteochondrosis in adulthood. 

At the same time, spinal deformation disrupts the functioning of the lungs, the vegetative nervous system, the heart, the liver, the kidneys, it causes gynaecological diseases and reduces visual clarity. These diseases have become an inseparable part of life in every family. Therefore, one of the most current problems today is finding effective and accessible methods and means that could restore people’s health to the fullest extent possible. 

Today, we can present a new, unique methodology to the world in terms of disease prevention and spinal treatment. 

The uniqueness of this method lies in its extraordinary simplicity, savings and most importantly, in its effectiveness. In most cases, such effectiveness is achieved very early on and can be maintained for the rest of your life. 

The decompression training method of Dr. Evminov can help renew inter-vertebrae discs, relieve pinched nerve ends and strengthen the muscular corset. True strengthening of the inner muscles will become the support for your spine and help it maintain its correct position, which may be the main pain prevention. 

The exercise method of Dr. Evminov

Doing exercises according to the methodology of Dr. Evminov triggers structure mechanisms of the spine’s self-restoration at any age. It may have a positive influence – from bad body posture to pain caused by scoliosis, to different symptoms of osteochondrosis, dislocated discs, radiculitídis, spondylarthrosis, etc. 

The basics of the therapy is to understand the spine’s “culture”, which means to understand the basic principles of spinal care during the course of your life, so that we can support its healthy and functioning status and also protect it from negative destructive effects. We could compare it to dental hygiene – the Evminov board is a specific kind of “toothbrush” for our spine. 

The method of Dr. Evminov not only helps with taking care of our spine on a regular basis, but it also helps restore its functional disorders, which cause spinal diseases. 

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    Why do we suffer from back pain?

    Why do so many of us suffer from back pain? In order for us to be able to answer this question, we have to take a look at how the human spine works. 

    The back muscles are made up of three layers:

    – the top layer – these are the large muscles that are visible under the skin.

    – the middle layer – these are the somewhat smaller muscles that are found under the large muscles. 

    – the deep back muscles – these are the very small muscles that are found along the spine and we cannot see them.

    Every muscle layer has a function to do. The large and middle muscles hold the body upright, are used when walking and are used when doing any type of work that a person does during the day. So, the large muscles do the big and heavy work. 

    The small muscles are small so they are not involved in the heavy work. Their primary task is to hold the vertebrae, so that the spine does not fall apart and also nourish the inter-vertebrae discs.

    The disc itself has no blood or lymphatic muscles. Where there are no vessels, there is no blood circulation. Where there is no blood circulation, there are no nutrients, which the blood brings to every organ in the body. 

    Therefore, every disc takes nutrients from the muscles that are found next to it. When the muscle works, it pumps blood, along with the nutrients, into it. The muscle passes part of its nutrients to its neighbours – vertebrae. This is how all the vertebrae get all the substances they need. 

    However, there is a small complication here – in order for this mechanism to work, it is necessary to make this tiny muscle work. We have already said that the muscle is small, so the work it does it also little.  These are light, slow movements that do not involve strain or effort.

    In order to achieve the correct back muscle strain, a person has to do two types of absolutely different exercises throughout the day:

    Hypo-dynamics (little movement), disruption of body posture, incorrectly organized physical work or professional sports are factors that contribute to the development of spinal diseases. 

    The main “physician” of the support column, the main restorer of lost functions is movement. However, we leave work and get into our cars instead of living an active lifestyle. We stop at traffic lights, brake abruptly. go and brake again. Experts say that “jerky” movements of the head, which occur when driving a car, also cause cervical osteochondrosis. When we come home, we have a tendency to sit or lay down because we are suffering from back pain or we are simply tired. 

    Muscle fatigue and weakening of the muscle corset is a pathology that we should not overlook. Why do weaker people, with less developed muscles suffer more from spinal disease, i.e. osteochondrosis (worn out inter-vertebrae discs) and scoliosis?

    It is a generally known fact that the male’s muscular corset is stronger than the female’s. This is why it is more difficult for women to lift heavy things. However, how many times a day does a woman have to pick up her child, carry the grocery bags and other larger things? There is no wonder that women oftentimes complain of “back pain”. However, how come athletes and physically active labourers also complain? They are the ones who have a solid corset! Why do these people also suffer from osteochondrosis? In their case, the cause is different. The cause is constant strain and micro and macro-traumas.

    Thus, worsening of the spinal disease causes a lack of physical activity, excessive or inadequate exercise, staying out in the cold for long periods of time or having a cold. Worsening may also occur as a result of excessive rational or nervous exhaustion or as a result of a bad mood or depression. 

    Based on the findings of English observers, two thirds of the current population suffer from different levels of internal organ diseases, which are directly related to the spine. Three-quarters of the people over forty suffer from these problems.

    While at home, we try to indulge in a sense of comfort: we sit comfortably in an armchair, on a chair or sofa and immerse ourselves into a state, which we call relaxation. However, for our spine, it only seems to be rest. Naturally, it is not possible for the weak back muscles to support the spine during such “rest”. Instead of regenerating our spine after a long day of work, such “relaxation” causes a distortion of its natural curve.


    Changes that come with age and bad lifestyle habits

    It is possible to slow down the ageing process of the spine

    It is possible to slow down the ageing process of the spine

    The static-dynamic strain on the human spine is increasing due to its vertical position, which speeds up its ageing process. Many people first see the negative changes on the discs, which we can even see in twenty year old adults.

    Degenerative changes in the spine are explained as follows: absorbing impact when walking, running and jumping takes place at the expense of inter-vertebrae discs — cartilaginous inserts that are found between the individual vertebra. The cartilage plate is made up of the outer fibrous ring and the liquid gel core. 

    The fibrous ring absorbs impact, keeping the gel core in the middle of the vertebra. With age, the fibrous ring fibre weakens, tears and the distance between the vertebrae is shorter. This is why a person is shorter with age. When the fibrous ring tears, cracks are formed and the gel core then “gets out”. This is how dislocated discs occur. The vertebrae column stacked on top of one another then creates a spinal channel, where the spinal cord is stored. The nervous roots then come out of the bone openings, made up of the neighbouring upper and lower vertebra, which further split into nerves, which lead all the way to the individual organs in the body.

    A dislocated disc pushes on the nervous fibre, irritates it and causes inflammation of the spinal cord. 



    Before starting to exercise on the Evminov board, we recommend consulting a certified Evminov Centre consultant and healthy back physiotherapist at the Evminov Centre  and take part in the recommended exercises under the supervision of a physiotherapist and / or physical exercise instructor. During the course of the exercise, the consultant or physiotherapist can modify the recommended programme according to your needs. The team of experts will offer you the following, when defining the programme: 

    Choose and recommend exercises, tell you how many exercises to do, the size of the amplitude, recommend the type of muscle strain (static or dynamic exercises) and tell you how often to do the exercises. 

    If you have decided to do one of the programmes, follow the methodology recommended by the professional staff. Do not start an exercise programme that was designed for someone else, even though you think you have similar symptoms to that person. Everyone is different with regard to their health problems, so everyone needs an individual approach. 

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