We know pain is caused by injuries, but what we don’t usually realize is that we unconsciously change the way we stand, sit and walk to mitigate our pain. Over time these very adjustments cause further strain and damage to our joints and exacerbate the problems caused by the original injuries.
The Harwin Balancer is an exercise machine that encourages the body to re-educate itself by activating the Proprioceptive Sensors in the body.
The Harwin Balancer™ in its unique, and subtle movement pattern wakes up this system so that it can re-set and unlearn bad habits by relearning good ones.
Our customers have provided significant feedback on the positive benefits of The Balancer as relates to their pain management:
“After standing on The Harwin Balancer™ for a few minutes I had less pain in my neck, back, and knees. Having made a long recovery from spinal surgery after a serious car accident, I can tell you that I am delighted with my results from using Dr. Harwin’s invention.”
—Iris Maitland, BSRN, PHN Santa Rosa, CA, Charge Nurse for major CA hospital HMO network
“Your balancer is such a tremendous tool that it should be available to everyone. It’s like your whole body is waking up from a deep sleep. Thank you for showing me I don’t have to live in pain the rest of my life.”
—Janice Brandli, Disabled Thoracic Outlet Patient, Pismo Beach, CA
“From using The Harwin Balancer™ I am considerably more active, doing the things I love to do. I have less back pain, less headaches, and I am sleeping more soundly. My golf game has even improved, and my score proves it.”
—Danny Katz, Orinda, CA
“The Harwin Balancer will put a smile on your face.”
—Bill Muranishi, Berkeley, CA
The Harwin Balancer is an exercise machine that encourages the body to re-educate itself by activating the proprioceptive sensors in the body.
Proprioceptor: “A sensory end organ that provides information about the position of the body and its parts in space at a particular moment in time; proprioceptors are present in muscle, tendons and joint capsules, and include the muscle spindle and the Golgi tendon organ.”
Segen’s Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.