Y-Strap™ is a decompression tool used to stretch the back to release pressure from the vertebrae along the spine from top to bottom.
It is inspired by manual spine traction techniques in the Y-Axis to help reduce the tension in the vertebrae along the spine. Introduction: What is the Y-Strap tool?
The Y-Strap tool is a stretching tool to perform manual spine decompression. This spine stretching tool allows spine stretching by supporting the sub-occipital region of the skull to decompress the cervical, dorsal and lumber parts of the spine.
After fastening the Y-Strap to the user’s head size with the small adjuster, the two “arms” lead to the handle bar of the y-strap that is used to perform the y strap stretch in the y-axis of the user’s body. Is the Y-Strap safe?
Spine traction has been a well known and effective therapy in the health and wellness profession for hundreds of years. It has been proven to have a positive effect from a physiological, anatomical and neurological perspective. The purpose of the spine stretching and traction is to relax the muscles in the back, to anatomically align the spine and to open the intervertebral foramina (IVF). Spine adjustment through manipulation of the spine’s y-axis has gained more and more popularity among chiropractors worldwide. Contact our office and request an appointment today!