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What is the Mobiliser & who are BackInAction

Back in Action are the creators of the Mobiliser System.

 

Back In Action was set up in 1988 to help people manage, prevent and treat the symptoms of back pain.

Our four great stores in London, Amersham, Bristol and Marlow have an incredible range of stylish, therapeutic furniture that will compliment any home or office.

Our greatest asset is our staff and team of specialists, all dedicated to giving you the time, care and attention necessary to help you beat back pain. We're crazy about them, and we think you will be too.

Our aim is to not only relieve the symptoms, but to address the causes of back pain to give you a higher standard of living.

What is the Mobiliser System?

 

The Mobiliser is a powerful Passive Spinal Motion Tool made to exacting standards for medics.

The same professional grade unit is now available to the public called "the Mobiliser System" which offers a combination of the Mobiliser Unit and BackInAction Expert Personal Consultancy.

Who uses it?

 

  • Back, neck and hip pain suffers.
     

  • Athletes, Cyclists, Golfers, Horse Riders.
     

  • All GB MOD / NATO / RAF Rehab Centres.​
     

  • Dozens of GB Olympic Gold Medallists.
     

  • Chiropractors, Osteopaths and Physios and those with long term illness needing symptomatic muscular relief.

What is it used for?

The Mobiliser System is used by thousands for whom treatment has failed (or is a temporary fix). Medics use Mobilisers in their practice to apply mobilisation to the spine, gaining rapid advances with patients that need more than hands on treatment. Medics often suggest using the Mobiliser System at home without any personal gain... They just love seeing difficult cases get better at last.

Mobilisation of the spinal joints is known to achieve the following:

  • To safely tackle chronic joint pain

  • To help with manipulative treatments

  • To improve resilience in daily activities

  • To reduce inflammation and increase circulation levels

  • To create a positive circle of greater movement...greater fitness...greater movement