Joya Shoes are a must visit at this years Back Pain Show. As all back pain sufferers know footwear can have a much bigger effect on back health than many people realize. But the Joya brand has developed a shoe which makes use of this principle. The soft, supple material of the patented Joya sole means the load on the sole of your feet is ideally distributed as you walk and stand instead of being concentrated only on certain spots.
The new Sciatica Pain Relief Cushion which is being launched at the Back Pain Show is certainly something anyone with sciatica or low back pain should be given a try. This unique product designed by Ian Garside who is a Remedial and Sports Massage Therapist and also a 5th dan Shotokan Karate instructor and has been studying and instructing for over 40 years.
Through a combination of Ian’s knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology and his engineering design skills he developed the first prototype for a sciatic pain relief device. From this prototype with the specialist knowledge of his co-directors, and patient feedback, he has developed the Sciatic Pain Relief Cushion.
The The N:rem sleep systems which I have written about before are exhibiting at the show and explain that everybody experiences pain differently. We know that it moves and affects different parts of the body at different times. That’s why a basic mattress doesn’t offer a comfortable solution to a good night’s sleep.
The N:rem Sleep System is a completely customisable mattress that’s been designed especially for chronic pain sufferers who struggle to get comfortable at night. The interchangeable foam tablets in soft, medium and firm allow you to tailor your own comfort and support to get the right set-up that’s unique to you – and you can swap them around whenever your pain moves.
The show will be an ideal way for you to not only experience the mattress but for staff to explain in full how their sleep system works.
BackCare (the National Back Pain Association) was the brainchild of a local businessman Stanley Grundy. He established the charity in August 1968 after his own back injury caused by a sailing accident mainly due to the lack of information and support for back pain sufferers during the time. For nearly 50 years the charity has been dedicated towards educating the public in ways of preventing and alleviating back pain.
BackCare aims to significantly reduce the burden of back pain by providing information and advice to all people and organisations affected by back pain. They fund scientific research into the causes, prevention and management of back pain. They believe that by working together with other organisations, we can help prevent back and neck pain, which has a significant impact on more than 80% of the UK population. Yet another great exhibitor at the Back Pain Show.