Free yourself from back pain

Understanding the back

The back is a complex structure of bones, ligaments, muscles, nerves, and tendons. The spine, or backbone, is made up of 33 bony segments called vertebrae. The vertebrae are arranged in a long vertical column and held together by ligaments that are attached to muscles by tendons.


Types of back pain

Back pain may originate from either the upper back or the lower back.

Upper back pain (shoulder & neck)
Upper back pain may be a direct result of injury, but it is often caused by damage to ligaments and tendons that have been overstretched. For example, during a vehicle accident or result of daily wear and tear. Poor posture, obesity and weak abdominal muscles often disrupt spinal balance, causing the neck to bend forward to compensate.

Lower back pain (waist)
Lower back pain may occur from lifting something too heavy, from overstretching the lower back muscles or from direct injury. These events can cause a sprain or strain in the lower back, leading to muscle spasms and pain.

VitaHealth Back Support

VitaHealth Back Support is uniquely formulated as a daily supplement to help relieve back pain, support back muscle movement and flexibility. It contains VitaFlexTM Back proprietary blend, Du Zhong, Turmeric, Skullcap, Magnesium and B Vitamins.

Why choose VitaHealth Back Support?

• A fusion of Chinese and Western natural remedies targeting to revitalise the back
• VitaFlexTM Back proprietary blend helps strengthen the back
• Relieves back and joint discomforts
• Nourishes the liver and kidney
• A flexible dose according to individual needs
• 100% vegetarian formula
• Made in USA

What’s in VitaHealth Back Support?

Preservative Free

Recommended dosage:
Initial dose for those with back problems:
Adults – Take 2 tablets, 3 times daily for 1 month.
Maintenance dose for back support:
Adults – Take 1-2 tablets, once daily.
After meals or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Who should take VitaHealth Back Support?

• Elderly
• People in professions who are in long standing or sitting positions
• Those involved in back straining activities such as lifting and moving of heavy objects
• Those who are suffering from back pain or discomfort