The deep, extreme sensations severe lower back pain can bring are debilitating enough.
But the fact that it gets in the way of doing the things you love - the long, leisurely bike rides, spring hikes through the woods, playing with your children, gardening - make living with chronic lower back pain an incredibly frustrating experience.
Getting out of bed is that much harder. Going to work is that much harder. Even doing the simple household chores that make you feel like a competent, confident adult can seem insurmountable.
After months and years of daily suffering, dozens of doctors visited and treatments for lower back pain tried, even the strongest of us start to fear the pain might never end.
If you’ve felt this way, know you’re not alone.
Train Back is a pain management app that includes back pain exercises to help you treat physical trauma, guided meditations for pain relief, and lessons on lower back pain causes to help you find the hope and healing you need to find lasting relief.
At its root, severe lower back pain is caused by tissue damage, muscle imbalances, and neurological dysfunction.
All of which can be resolved with simple, targeted exercises you can easily do in the comfort of your home.
Train Back offers personalized self treatment for lower back pain featuring the best exercises for a healthier back.
In just 15 minutes a day, our programs can help you heal the physical trauma that causes your pain so you can find lasting lower back pain relief.
Multiple recent studies have shown it’s not just physical trauma that makes chronic lower back pain so distressing - our stress response to that pain creates a negative feedback loop that feels like we’re spiraling out of control.
That’s why, as part of our multimodal approach to back pain recovery, we offer science-backed guided meditations for pain relief to help you feel more relaxed, reduce pain intensity, and gain a greater sense of control over your pain when flare-ups happen.
It’s not all in your head, but your head is involved.
Studies have shown people experience a 50% improvement in pain symptoms when exercise is combined with education.
So to supplement the relaxation techniques we teach to help you control your stress when pain flares up and the simple exercises we guide you through to heal the physical trauma, we also offer engaging lessons on lower back pain causes as well as diet and lifestyle tips to help support your recovery.
When you sign up, we’ll ask you a few simple and quick questions about you - your goals, how long you’ve experienced chronic lower back pain, what activities you can and can’t do.
Based on your unique needs, we’ll automatically create a personalized self-treatment program and give you instant access to educational articles and video guided physical and mindfulness exercises.
You can watch the videos whenever and wherever you want, and each video lesson includes a text summary to make it easy to refresh what you’ve learned as often as you’d like.
All our doctor-recommended back pain exercises are simple to do, require no special equipment, and can be completed in just 15 minutes a day in the comfort of your home.
And the guided meditations for pain relief we’ll teach you are easy to learn and can be done whenever and wherever you experience a flare-up.
All to help make taking control of your recovery as easy as possible so you can find immediate and long term relief.
All of our physical exercises are science-backed and doctor recommended - we’ve even had a few create video content for our app.
And we’re constantly looking at the latest science to ensure all our pain educational lessons are up to date and our recommended exercises follow current best practices.
So you can trust the recommendations we offer are sound and can help you heal.
Our pain management app offers easy, intuitive back pain treatment at home.
Answer just a few short questions about your pain history to get started, then we’ll offer videos and articles tailored to your unique needs and journey.
The chronic pain app itself is intuitive, the instructional videos are clear and easy to follow, and none of the exercises we recommend require special equipment.
And we’ve designed it to be much more convenient than searching the internet for answers, waiting for hours to see a doctor who might not be able to help, or fitting regular trips to the physical therapist into your schedule.
If you can commit to learning and exercising for just 15 minutes a day, Train Back can help you find lower back pain relief and take control of your pain.
Our exercises are designed to be easy to do in just 15 minutes a day in the comfort of your home, without any special equipment.
In combination with the guided meditations for pain relief we teach to help you manage your stress response during flare-ups, we’re confident you’ll start noticing improvements during your trial - with powerful, lasting relief setting in after just a couple weeks of daily practice.
We’ve chosen a multimodal approach to lower back pain treatment because it incorporates a variety of techniques proven to help alleviate the stress of chronic pain and create lasting relief and healing.
A few pieces of evidence that support this:
That’s why, if you commit just 15 minutes a day to complete the personalized exercises we offer through our chronic pain app, we’re confident you can finally find the relief and recovery you’ve been searching for.
We thoroughly appreciate the frustration you’ve had with both your chronic pain and the constant search for answers you’ve embarked on to find a solution.
While we believe your health and wellbeing are worth investing in, we don’t want to be another voice offering relief at a high cost without proof we can help you heal.
That’s why we offer a $1 trial - if you don’t start to notice improvements within a week of using the app.
And we’ve priced our pain management app to cost less than a single physical therapy session, surgery, regular yoga classes and certainly lifelong medication prescriptions so if you find the results you’re looking for with us, your recovery won’t cost a small fortune.