Published on August 5th, 2013 | by Best Reviews1
Back2Life Consumer Therapeutic Massager Machine Reviews
For those of us who experience back pain know how debilitating it can really be. It is one of those things that there is very little you can do you ease the pain. You can try pain killers for an immediate relief but that only numbs the pain. Strengthening your core is probably the best approach but is a long term plan and requires much dedication. Some people just don’t have the time and in some cases the ability to.
Today we will be doing a review on the Back2Life machine. It is slated as a massager that will help your body to naturally relieve pressure from your back and spine all while helping to align it. The program as pretty low intensity and only requires under 15 minutes in the morning and again at night if you follow their plan.
Is Back2Life a Scam or Cure?
The device really seems to focus almost entirely on the lower back and base of the spine. So if you are having back pain in other areas this may not be a product for you. Beyond that it does require some action on your part and is not just a simple sit and relax sort of thing. We don’t want you to feel scammed by the company if you get it and it does not work instantly to fix your pain.
Keep in mind though, that they do accept returns. The process is reported to not be the easiest thing to do, but with a little phone work you should get your money back. We really feel they need to work on their website and customer service to receive a top star review however.
Like other similar products, like the Backjoy Review, we believe you get out what you put in. There are some very mixed consumer reviews with the unit. Some love it and some hate it! Those who hate it returned it and those who love it have made it part of their daily routine.
Some things you must be very aware of before buying;
- This is not a magic cure. The Back 2 Life machine simply takes the place of someone holding your feet and moving it back and fourth. Giving you the ability to do it solo.
- If you have upper-back pain this product will be of no help for it.
- If you cannot elevate your legs and pull them up, you will have much difficulty with this unit.
- There is an electric motor in operation and does not appear to be built for quiet operation.
So for those of you making that buying decision you need to ask yourself one question. Does laying on my back and putting myself into a fetal like position provide any type of relief for my pain? Does someone holding my legs for me and slowly moving them back and fourth help me out? If the answer to any of these is a resounding yes, it may be worth giving it a try. If you do come back and let us know your Back2Life review.