KR100997739B1 - Chiropractic device - Google Patents

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KR100997739B1
KR100997739B1 KR1020100030274A KR20100030274A KR100997739B1 KR 100997739 B1 KR100997739 B1 KR 100997739B1 KR 1020100030274 A KR1020100030274 A KR 1020100030274A KR 20100030274 A KR20100030274 A KR 20100030274A KR 100997739 B1 KR100997739 B1 KR 100997739B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B22/00Exercising apparatus specially adapted for conditioning the cardio-vascular system, for training agility or co-ordination of movements
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    • H02K7/06Means for converting reciprocating motion into rotary motion or vice versa
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
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PURPOSE: A multi-purpose whole body exercise machine is provided, which can improve backbone treatment by applying heat to the backbone and performing spine correction at the same time. CONSTITUTION: A multi-purpose whole body exercise machine comprises: a frame opened to the upper part; a slope control part(100) which is formed in the lower part of frame and controls the slope of the frame; a pivot part(200) which is formed in the inner one side of the frame and shakes the leg; and a support stand(300) which is formed in the inner side of the frame, is interlinked to shaking of the foot, and is reciprocated and rotated.

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Universal body exercise machine {CHIROPRACTIC DEVICE}

The present invention relates to a universal body exercise machine, and more specifically, to support the back and spine support by reciprocating to the natural reciprocating shaking by interlocking with the reciprocating shaking legs, etc. can prevent the stress of the lower back or spine. And it is provided with an infrared thermal mat on the lower side of the support to the universal electric exercise machine to improve the degree of spinal treatment by performing a spinal correction treatment at the same time to heat the spine.

Waist bending for a long time is the back ligament of the back ligament, posterior ligament, intervertebral disc, annular fibers, such as excessive stretch of the muscle strength of the waist, resulting in various waist diseases.

On the other hand, in order to treat and prevent these various back diseases, many exercise equipment, braces, treatment devices, etc. have been developed and spread. But in terms of effectiveness, only a temporary effect could be expected.

In other words, the most common cause of lumbar disease is that the back muscles and spine movement are biased only to the posterior posterior tissue due to an incorrect posture (bent posture). In addition to treatments that eliminate symptoms such as tension, stiffness, spinal joints, and pain, as well as anti-wetting movements that prevent only backward movements in everyday life for prevention, a fundamental therapeutic effect can be expected. It is not there.

Existing waist physiotherapy device, braces, exercise machines, etc. to relieve the tension and tension muscles in the same way as acupressure, there is a problem that the pressure on the spine by forcing or relaxing the lower back to the spine. Therefore, there is a need for improvement.

The present invention has been made to improve the above problems, and by preventing the back and spine stress caused by forced shaking by allowing the support for supporting the back and spine to naturally reciprocate by interlocking with the reciprocating shaking leg. The purpose is to provide a universal body exercise machine to be able to.

In addition, an object of the present invention is to provide an all-in-one whole body exercise machine having an infrared thermal mat under the support to improve spine treatment by applying heat to the spine and performing spinal orthodontic treatment.

Universal universal exercise machine according to the present invention: the frame is opened upward, the tilt control unit is formed on the lower side of the frame to adjust the inclination of the frame, is formed on one inner side of the frame reciprocating rotation and swinging the supported foot And a support formed on the eastern side of the frame and provided to naturally reciprocate while supporting the swing of the foot in conjunction with the shaking of the foot.

The inclination adjustment unit, the bed formed on the lower side of the frame, the support bar hinged to the edge center of the bed and the frame, and connected to the side of the bed and the frame and advanced by an external force and the frame It includes an operating member for adjusting the tilt with respect to the bed.

The rotating part includes a shaft hinged to one side of the frame, a cradle supporting the foot formed and mounted on the shaft, an eccentric wheel connected to one side of the frame and eccentrically rotated by an external force, and the frame and the shaft. And an elastic member connected to the elastic member for elastically pulling the shaft to guide the reciprocating rotation of the holder according to the rotation of the eccentric wheel.

The support can be rotated independently by connecting each of the two sides to the strap member fixed to the frame, the strap member is preferably to vary the height of the support adjacent to the plane by adjusting the length.

The support is preferably formed to be independently rotatable by inserting a string member fixed to the frame along each axial direction.

Both sides of the support are fitted to the cap having a receiving groove, the cap is preferably connected to the strap member fixed to the frame.

The frame is preferably formed on the lower side of the support to form an electromagnetic wave thermal mat is spaced apart from the support.

As described above, the universal universal exercise machine according to the present invention, unlike the prior art, the back and spine stress due to the forced shaking by allowing the support for supporting the back and spine to reciprocate naturally by the interlocking with the reciprocating shaking legs, etc. Can be prevented.

In addition, the present invention is provided with an infrared thermal mat on the lower side of the support to improve the degree of spinal treatment by applying heat to the spine and performing a chiropractic treatment.

1 is a perspective view of a universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 2 is a side view of the universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 3 is a side cross-sectional view of the universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 4 is a cross-sectional view showing the main part structure of the rotating unit of the universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention.
5 to 8 are other embodiments showing the connection structure of the support of the universal body exercise machine according to the present invention.
9 is an operation diagram for the frame tilt control unit of the universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described an embodiment of the universal body exercise machine according to the present invention. In this process, the thickness of the lines or the size of the components shown in the drawings may be exaggerated for clarity and convenience of description. In addition, the terms described below are defined in consideration of the functions of the present invention, which may vary depending on the intention or custom of the user, the operator. Therefore, definitions of these terms should be made based on the contents throughout this specification.

1 is a perspective view of a universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is a side view of the universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 3 is a universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention Is a side cross-sectional view of.

Figure 4 is a cross-sectional view showing the main part structure of the rotating unit of the universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention.

5 to 8 are other embodiments showing the connection structure of the support of the universal body exercise machine according to the present invention.

9 is an operation diagram for the frame tilt control unit of the universal body exercise machine according to an embodiment of the present invention.

1 to 3, the universal telegraph exercise apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a frame 10, an inclination adjusting unit 100, a rotation unit 200, and a support 300.

Frame 10 forms the external shape of the universal body exercise machine, is supported by the tilt control unit 100, and forms the rotation unit 200 and the support 300.

In particular, the frame 10 is formed to be open upward. This is to allow the therapist or exerciser to lie inside the frame 10.

Of course, the frame 10 may be modified in various shapes and various materials.

In addition, the inclination control unit 100 is formed on the lower side of the frame 10 serves to adjust the inclination of the frame 10.

This is to assist the blood circulation, and to facilitate the reciprocating movement of the back and spine by directing the head of the healer or exerciser lying inside the frame 10 downward.

At this time, the inclination control unit 100 may be formed on the upper side or the circumferential surface of the frame 10.

In addition, the rotating part 200 is formed on one side of the inside of the frame 10 and is reciprocated by external force while supporting the foot of the therapist or the exerciser.

Thus, as the pivoting part 200 is operated to reciprocate the foot, the therapist or the exerciser is shaken along the wavy wave trajectory from the foot to the head.

At this time, the foot of the therapist or the exerciser is preferably fixed to a part of the rotating part (200).

In addition, the support 300 is formed inside the frame 10 to support the therapist or the exerciser.

In particular, the support 300 is provided with a plurality along the longitudinal direction of the frame 10, made independently of each other, each side is connected to the frame 10.

Thus, it serves to support the waist of the therapist or exerciser who swings back and forth along the wave trace.

At this time, when the neighboring support 300 is restrained from each other, or each support 300 is forcibly reciprocated by an external force, a force is applied to the back or spine of the therapist or the exerciser.

Here, the reciprocating movement means that the support 300 is reciprocated in a direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the frame 10.

That is, the support 300 is provided so as to naturally reciprocate while supporting the shaking and the like in conjunction with the shaking of the foot of the therapist or the exerciser.

The solid line and the dotted line of the water wave trajectory shown in FIG. 1 are diagrams illustrating the reciprocating shaking trajectory of the body according to the shaking of the foot.

Meanwhile, referring to FIGS. 2, 3, and 9, the inclination adjustment unit 100 includes a bed 110, a support bar 120, and an operation member 130.

The bed 110 is formed below the frame 10 to indirectly support the frame 10.

In this case, the bed 110 may be made of various shapes and various materials.

In addition, the support bar 120 serves to directly support the lower center or lower center edge of the frame 10 while being supported by the bed 110.

In particular, one side of the support bar 120 is connected to the bed 110, the other side of the support bar 120 is hinged to the frame 10.

Thus, the frame 10 may be a see-saw movement with respect to the support bar 120.

Here, the method in which the support bar 120 is hinged to the frame 10 may be variously applied, such as pin coupling.

The shape and number of the support bars 120 are not limited. In addition, the position at which the support bar 120 is connected to the bed 110 and the frame 10 is not limited.

In addition, the operation member 130 serves to act to force the seesaw movement of the frame 10 by restraining any one of both sides of the free end of the frame 10.

That is, the operation member 130 is hinged to the bed 110, and supports the frame 10 and is advanced back and forth by the external force and serves to adjust the frame 10 to the bed 110 inclined.

At this time, the operation member 130 is preferably a cylinder. In this case, 'external force' means pneumatic or hydraulic pressure.

Of course, the operating member 130 can be modified into various components such as a motor, rack and pinion.

In addition, the manner in which the operating member 130 is hinged to the bed 110 may be variously modified.

In addition, the shape of the operation member 130 is not limited.

Accordingly, as the frame 10 is inclined by the inclination control unit 100, the therapist or the exerciser places the head down.

Then, as the rotation unit 200 operates and shakes the foot of the healer or exerciser in a reciprocating manner, the healer or exerciser shakes in a reciprocating direction along the wave waveform trajectory.

Thus, each segment of the spine is in place.

Meanwhile, as shown in FIGS. 3, 4, and 9, the pivot 200 includes a shaft 210, a cradle 220, an eccentric wheel 230, and an elastic member 240.

The shaft 210 is hinged to one side of the frame 10.

At this time, the structure in which the shaft 210 is hinged to the frame 10 is a general thing.

In particular, the shaft 210 is preferably one side is hinged to the frame 10 is formed to be reciprocating along the arc trajectory relative to the lower side.

That is, the shaft 210 is rotatably formed a hinge pin 212, the hinge pin 212 is formed to be fitted to the frame 10.

Thus, the shaft 210 can be reciprocated along the arc trajectory around the hinge pin 212.

In addition, the shaft 210 may be modified in various shapes and various materials.

In particular, the shaft 210 is formed to extend the other side to the inside of the frame 10 or the upper side of the frame 10.

In addition, the cradle 220 is formed on the circumferential surface of the shaft 210, and serves to support the foot of the therapist or the exerciser.

Here, the holder 220 may be made of a variety of shapes and materials, is formed detachably or integrally formed on the shaft 210.

And, the holder 220 is preferably provided with a fixing strap 222 to fix the mounted foot.

On the other hand, the eccentric wheel 230 is connected to one side of the frame 10.

More specifically, the eccentric wheel 230 is eccentrically rotated by receiving the driving force of the drive motor 232, the drive motor 232 is fixed to one side of the frame (10).

In particular, the driving motor 232 may be directly connected and fixed to the frame 10, or may be indirectly connected to the frame 10 by a bracket.

Of course, the drive motor 232 is preferably formed detachably in the frame 10.

The eccentric wheel 230 may be formed in various ways.

At this time, the shaft 210 should always be in contact with the circumferential surface of the eccentric wheel 230, the reciprocating movement in the vertical direction with respect to the longitudinal direction of the frame 10 due to the rotation of the eccentric wheel 230.

For this reason, the shaft 210 is preferably to be elastically pulled in the direction of the eccentric wheel 230 by the elastic member 240.

That is, the elastic member 240 is connected to the frame 10 and the shaft 210 to pull the shaft 210 elastically to guide the reciprocating rotation of the holder 220 in accordance with the rotation of the eccentric wheel 230. Do it.

In particular, the elastic member 240 is one side is connected to the frame 10, the other side is connected to the shaft 210 serves to elastically pull the shaft 210 in the direction of the eccentric wheel 230, the frame 10 And connected to the shaft 210 can be variously modified, such as fitting.

In addition, the elastic member 240 is preferably a coil spring.

As a result, the shaft 210 and the holder 220 are reciprocated in a direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the frame 10 due to the continuous rotation of the eccentric wheel 230.

Thus, the feet, legs, waist, back, and head of the therapist or the exerciser are reciprocated along the wave wave so as to interlock.

At this time, it is preferable that the support 300 is provided with a plurality is suspended to the frame 10 independently of each other.

This is to prevent the strain on the waist or back, spine by maintaining the natural shaking of the back.

Therefore, both sides of the support 300 are connected to the string member 310, respectively, the string member 310 is tied to the edge of the frame 10 is fixed.

5 to 8 illustrate different embodiments in which the string member 310 is connected to the support 300.

That is, FIG. 5 is an embodiment of fixing the strap member 310 wrapped around one side of the support 300 to the frame 10. At this time, the other side of the support 300 is supported by the string member 310 in the same manner as one side.

6 is an embodiment in which both sides of the string member 310 are wound around the frame 10 and inserted after the string member 310 is inserted along the axial direction of the support 300.

In addition, Figure 7 is to cover the cap 320 on both sides of the support 300, the strap member 310 is connected to the cap 320, the strap member 310 is carried out by binding to the frame 10 Yes. At this time, the cap 320 is recessed to form the receiving groove 322 to accommodate the edge of the support 300, it is preferable to be made of a metallic material having durability.

8, each of the string members 310 is inserted into each edge of the support 300 to form a knot so as not to be separated from the upper side of the support 300, and the upper side of the string member 310 is frame 10. The embodiment of fixing to connect.

Of course, the string member 310 may be connected to the support 300 in a variety of ways.

In addition, the support 300 is preferably varying the height along the longitudinal direction of the frame 10 according to the degree of flexion of the spine or back or the waist flexion of the healer or exerciser.

Thus, the string member 310 is preferably adjusted to the length so that the height of the support 300 adjacent to the plane can be different.

Of course, the support 300 may be variously applied to the arrangement according to the height adjustment.

At this time, the support 300 may be made of a variety of materials, it is preferable to be made of wood to reduce the cold delivery to the therapist or exerciser.

In addition, the string member 310 may be made of various materials and various thicknesses.

On the other hand, heat is applied to the back and spine continuously reciprocating and the therapeutic effect is improved.

Thus, the frame 10 is preferably formed below the support 300 to form the electromagnetic wave thermal mat 400 is spaced apart from the support 300.

The electromagnetic wave thermal mat 400 generates heat by power supplied from the outside, and the heat is transmitted to the back.

In particular, the reason why the electromagnetic wave thermal mat 400 is spaced apart from the support 300 is to not interfere with the support 300 that naturally shakes.

In addition, the frame 10 preferably accommodates the electromagnetic wave thermal mat 400 on the inner bottom.

Of course, the electromagnetic wave thermal mat 400 may be replaced with another component that generates heat.

Although the present invention has been described with reference to the embodiments shown in the drawings, this is merely exemplary, and those skilled in the art to which the art belongs can make various modifications and other equivalent embodiments therefrom. I will understand. Therefore, the true technical protection scope of the present invention will be defined by the claims below.

10: frame 100: tilt control unit
110: bed 120: support bar
130: operating member 200: rotating part
210: shaft 220: holder
222: fixing string 230: eccentric wheel
240: elastic member 300: support
310: string member 400: electromagnetic wave thermal mat

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  1. A frame which opens upward;
    A tilt control unit formed at a lower side of the frame to adjust a tilt of the frame;
    A rotating part which is formed on one side of the frame and reciprocates and shakes a supported foot; And
    It is formed on the inside of the frame, and includes a support that is provided to be naturally reciprocated while supporting the swing and the like linked to the shaking of the foot,
    The rotating part,
    A shaft hinged to one side of the frame;
    An eccentric wheel connected to one side of the frame and eccentrically rotated by an external force; And
    And an elastic member connected to the frame and the shaft to elastically pull the shaft to guide the shaft in a reciprocating manner as the eccentric wheel rotates.
  2. The method of claim 1, wherein the tilt control unit,
    A bed formed under the frame;
    A support bar hinged to a center portion of the edge of the bed and the frame; And
    And an actuating member connected to the bed and one side of the frame, and moved forward and backward by an external force, and configured to tilt the frame with respect to the bed.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    The pivoting unit is formed on the shaft, characterized in that it comprises a cradle for supporting the foot to be mounted.
  4. 4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    The support is rotatable independently by connecting both sides of the strap member fixed to the frame;
    The strap member is a universal telegraph exerciser, characterized in that for varying the height of the support adjacent to the plane in length.
  5. 4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    The support is a universal telegraph exerciser, characterized in that formed by rotatably inserted by inserting a string member fixed to the frame along each axial direction.
  6. 4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    Both sides of the support are fitted to the cap having a receiving groove;
    And the cap is connected to a string member fixed to the frame.
  7. 4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    The frame is a universal telegraph exerciser, characterized in that it is formed on the lower side of the support and the electromagnetic wave thermal mat is spaced apart from the support.
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