Foam Rollers for Lower Back Pain

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Spinal Exercise with Foam Rollers

Foam rolls are standard home fitness tools that promote myofascial release and can reduce tension, tightness, and pain.

Our patented foam rolls have a different purpose and effect, because they promote proper curvature of the spine, which reduces tension, tightness, and pain. Other foam rolls crunch the spinous and lack design features to remold the spinal column. Our rolls act like a spinal support brace with a specialized groove to guide the lumbar and cervical vertebrae. The groove supports the transverse process while simultaneously letting the spinous float. The body's weight in the supine (lying position) over strategically positioned rolls relieves tight muscles so the vertebrae can shift and settle into a healthier position and curvature. Picture a locomotive (train) moving down the train track, being guided in the correct direction. Shape is critical because you can never change the muscle bone attachment points, and tight muscles mean the vertebrae are in the wrong position. Our spinal fitness foam rolls provide the passive guidance you need to remold the spine's shape for the first time.

The Back Shaper rolls come in five (5) different diameters and three (3) different densities. Back rolls are twelve (12) inches long.

Why Shape is Important

The spine is a mechanical device meant to function in gravity with the least muscle expenditure and joint strain. Unfortunately, individuals with back pain lack proper posture and core body strength. It takes enormous amounts of energy to hold the human body erect because of gravity. Having forward head posture or the body's trunk too far forward over the hips can increase muscle effort by hundreds to thousands of pounds.

Muscles tighten to keep the body's trunk from hitting the ground, which becomes painful over time. The S-shape in the human spine provides up to a 15:1 mechanical advantage. Due to this, multiple muscles can be at rest instead of tightening to hold the body erect.

Unfortunately, the importance of the S-shape curvature is not recognized by healthcare professionals, educators, or strength and conditioning professionals to its fullest extent. Consequently, not everyone develops their spinal column into the ideal S-shape. Without the most efficient spinal shape required for locomotion and mobility, various symptoms begin to appear, and current treatment lacks the necessary protocols to develop and restore proper curvature.

Why the Back Shaper Rolls Work

The back-twist exercise allows the center of the spinal discs to assume their fluid state. In this state, the spine is best able to appropriately “mold” using the neck and back shaper rolls (spinal brace supports). The spinal muscles relax when the disc centers settle into their gelled state after 20 minutes of non-motion while lying over the rolls. The entire body is then prepared for restful, productive sleep.

Use the neck and back shaper spinal support rolls for acute injuries or just comfortable relaxation to promote healing and maintain correct posture. The rolls may be used once or several times a day, but they should be used at least 20 minutes per session, usually after a game, workout, or before sleeping.

The pain and symptoms associated with the misalignment of spinal vertebrae can often be controlled with the proper application of specific neck shaper spinal rolls. As stated, the rolls come in five different diameters and three different densities. Generally, use a soft smaller diameter roll to promote healing and restoration. Use a firmer and larger diameter roll in a healthy spine as curvature improves.

Proper spinal curves increase the leverage and mechanical advantage of the spine up to 15 times more than a spine without correct curvature moving in gravity. Loss of curvature dramatically increases the possibility of spinal injury due to the loss of strength in the affected area. Restoration and maintenance of normal spinal curves are essential for vertebrae to remain in normal alignment.

The back-twist exercise promotes normal metabolic action of intervertebral discs and ligaments. Individuals with spinal injuries should not do the back-twist exercise; they should only lie on the spinal brace rolls. Please consult your physician before using the back shaper spinal support rolls or performing the back-twist exercise.


What Makes Our Foam Rollers the BEST?



Squishy Surface Allows the Vertebrae Joints to Stretch, Relax, & Rebalance


Deep Groove

Guides the Bones & Opens Nerve Canals to Increase Nerve Signals


High Quality

Acts Like a Spinal Brace that Molds & Reshapes the Spine


How to Perform the Back Twist

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1. While sitting, arch the lower back and raise your chin. Raise arms to shoulder level with elbows bent out to the side.  (+)

2. Twist your entire spine leading with your head both ways. Use your eyes to look backward as you twist. Imagine a straight vertical rod going through your head down to the chair. Rotate without leaning to the left or right. (+)

3. Repeat this motion 25-30 times, once in the morning and once before bed, at which time you should lie on the neck and back shaper spinal brace rolls for 20 minutes immediately. (+)

4.  Lie down on our neck and low back foam rollers to promote restoration and/or maintenance of spinal curvature, and prepare the spine for restful sleep. (+)

2.75" Low Back Foam Rollers

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3.25" Low Back Foam Rollers

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Our Sizing Kit


Not Sure What Size You Need?

To help new customers determine the foam roller sizes and densities that are best for their neck and low back, we created a Sizing Kit. Click "Learn More" for our special introductory offer!

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