Foam rollers benefit your muscles, ligaments, nerves, and vertebrae. So, how do you know which type of foam roller is right for you? Other types of back rollers and foam rollers on the market are made from various materials (including plastic, rubber, and low-quality foam) that are not comfortable and/or are not designed to align your spine correctly. While all foam rollers are a standard home fitness tool to promote myofascial release, our patented foam rollers have a different purpose. The Creatrix Solutions Foam Rollers promote proper curvature of the spine, which reduces tension, tightness, and pain. Our large variety of foam rollers are scientifically designed to benefit individuals with pain in their low back, mid-back, upper back, shoulders, and neck.
Benefits of Our Foam Rollers
Our foam rollers can help correct pathologies by reversing:
- Herniated discs
- Misaligned vertebrae
- Pinched nerves
- Other types of pain in the neck or back
When lying on both a Neck and Low Back Foam Roller, your spinal curve is enhanced, and the traction relieves tension and pressure.
Our "deep groove" allows your spinous to float comfortably as your muscles and ligaments relax into an improved position!
How Do Our Foam Rollers Work?
The Creatrix Solutions Foam Rollers help you achieve proper spinal health!
1. All of our foam rollers are made from the same high-quality, long-lasting material to provide maximum support and comfort.
2. While other rollers have a flat or slightly curved surface for the spine, our foam rollers provide a spinal support brace with a deep groove that guides the lumbar and cervical vertebrae.
3. While other foam rollers crunch on the spine, our foam rollers remold the spinal column, open restricted nerve canals, and reduce pain.
4. We offer many foam rollers that each specifically benefit your spinal health and curve.
Creatrix Solutions Offers Three Types of Foam Rollers
To optimize your spinal health, follow these four steps*:
- 25 spinal twists (see our Free PDF Guide)
- 15-20 minutes lying on the Creatrix Solutions Neck and Low Back Foam Rollers
- 10-20 rolls of your whole back on the Back Trac foam roller
- Six neck flexions with the Neck Shaper, 3-6 times per day
Anyone looking to build core strength and power can also perform these two additional exercises:
- 5-10 sit-ups over the Power Cushion, incrementally increase over time
- 5-10 pelvic tilts on the Power Cushion, incrementally increase over time
* We recommend repeating your spinal fitness exercise routine 3-7 times per week, depending on the severity of your issues, for optimal results.
The Sizing Kit
Foam Rollers by Density
The light blue foam rollers have the softest foam density and are great for anyone suffering from injury or needing a more gentle approach.
The orange foam rollers have a medium foam density and provide greater support and stabilizing effect to refine the vertebrae's alignment further.
The maroon foam rollers have a hard foam density and are perfect for athletes wanting to take their spinal health to the ultimate level.
The Science Behind Creatrix Solutions
All of our spinal fitness exercise products are based on the science and mathematical equations developed by Dr. John S. Scherger. He coined the phrase "Spinal Fitness" while working with the New York Giants, New York Jets, New England Patriots, and the Dallas Cowboys.
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Luke Rockhold, Two-Time World Champion, UFC Fighter
Luke Rockhold uses Creatrix Solutions products, including the Neck Shaper, Foam Rollers, Back Trac, and Power Cushion, to return from injury, avoid surgery, and train for his upcoming fights! Go Luke!!!
Free PDF Exercise Guides
Exercises We Recommend and Exercises to Avoid
Learn the importance of quality training and what makes Spinal Fitness an essential part of any exercise and treatment program.
How to do the Sit-Up
The sit-up can be performed over a specifically designed exercise support fulcrum called the Posture Corrector Cushion or a sleeping bag. Learn how to do a proper sit-up in this guide.
How To Do the Spinal Twist
The Spinal Twist enables the middle of the spinal discs to return to their fluid state. In this "gelled state," the spine can best be "molded" with the neck and back shaper spinal brace supports. This allows the spinal muscles to relax, so your whole body is prepared for restful sleep.
How to do the Pelvic Tilt
This exercise aims to support a strong lower back that is orthopedically correct. This can also help treat pathologies, including out-of-place bones or bulged discs that can cause pain, pinched nerves, and/or disability.
How to do the Neck Flexion
This exercise supports movement through a range of motion (while in an upright position) to develop resistance from horizontal forces against the neck muscles. Your lower back should develop a curve if you correctly perform this exercise.
How to Evaluate Spinal Curvature and Athletic Ability
This guide provides a scientific way to determine if you have underlying poor spinal posture that could put you at risk of injury. Dr. John S. Scherger used these principles to consult professional NFL teams to pick superior athletes and taught them how to get and maintain the Correct Neutral Spine.