GOT YOUR BACK launches The Spinalis Chair

GOT YOUR BACK will be hosting an Open House at their retail location at 521 East Hector Street, Conshohocken, PA on December 12th from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Guests will include health and wellness professionals, chiropractors, massage therapists and those interested in alternative fitness and wellness throughout the tri-state area. Visitors will enjoy food, beverages, a free chair massage, and free on site diagnosis of the spine. This event is also open to the public and special discounts will be offered throughout the store exclusively for attendees of this event.

GOT YOUR BACK is a health and wellness store in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. They are proud to announce the newest addition to their impressive back and spine care product line -- The Spinalis Chair -- made exclusively in Slovania by Tomaz Ham. Because millions of people spend so much of their day sitting, Mr. Ham designed a chair that allows for "Active Sitting." The Spinalis Chair has a moveable seat that was designed specifically to keep the spinal column constantly in a correct position. At the same time the back and abdominal muscles are being strengthened, which is the very basis for a healthy back.

240 million Americans either have suffered or will suffer from some type of back pain or spinal injury. There are a number of reasons why. To name just a few:

Trauma -- Back pain may be caused by any of the following: poor posture, poor sleeping habits, slips and falls, vehicular accidents, sports impacts, strenuous exercise, work injuries, or childhood falls. These injuries, not always immediately detected, often produce a misalignment of the bones, which place physical pressure and stress on the nerves.

Toxicity -- Toxins in the food or environment can produce serious adverse effects in every cell, organ, gland, and body system. When they interfere with the functioning of the nervous system, they are called toxic subluxations.

Emotional Stress -- Emotional stress of day-to-day life is often cumulative and creates an increasing risk factor for disease. Your responses to day-to-day stress and to traumatic life events are often programmed into your nervous system as conditioned reflexes. When they interfere with the normal functioning of the nervous system, back pain or disease may be a result.

Sedentary Lifestyle -- Many of us are too busy to exercise, spend too much time sitting at the computer, driving in our cars or watching television in positions that lead to further back pain and distress.

Here's the GOOD news: There is an increasing awareness of spinal health and how to achieve it naturally without spending thousands of dollars! The Spinalis Chair is one of the most effective chairs on the market for helping to reduce back pain. Join us on Saturday, December 12, 2009 and experience new products and approaches that will improve and even eliminate your back pain naturally.

GOT YOUR BACK -- everything for massage and bodywork -- has been a resource for Physicians, Hospitals, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists and interested in health and wellness products in Conshohocken and the surrounding areas since 1992. Their product offerings include a wide range of massage and spa equipment, ergonomic chairs and natural bedding -- virtually anything to support and enhance the practices of wellness professionals and health conscious consumers. More recently they have entered into the education arena and are now offering continuing education classes and workshops in their retail store, in addition to carrying Home Study CEU Classes on DVD.

GOT YOUR BACK will also have the new, proprietary 2n1 Nirvana Massage Table on display in our showroom. The 2n1 was designed by Massage Therapists to provide superior comfort for men and women. The Breast Recess and Neck Contour* create the most unique portable massage table available at an unbelievable price. *Pat. Pend. USA and Europe


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