KR20100128705A - Backbone correction apparatus for correcting pelvis/backbone and promoting growth - Google Patents

Backbone correction apparatus for correcting pelvis/backbone and promoting growth Download PDF

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KR20100128705A
KR20100128705A KR1020090047276A KR20090047276A KR20100128705A KR 20100128705 A KR20100128705 A KR 20100128705A KR 1020090047276 A KR1020090047276 A KR 1020090047276A KR 20090047276 A KR20090047276 A KR 20090047276A KR 20100128705 A KR20100128705 A KR 20100128705A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61FFILTERS IMPLANTABLE INTO BLOOD VESSELS; PROSTHESES; DEVICES PROVIDING PATENCY TO, OR PREVENTING COLLAPSING OF, TUBULAR STRUCTURES OF THE BODY, e.g. STENTS; ORTHOPAEDIC, NURSING OR CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES; FOMENTATION; TREATMENT OR PROTECTION OF EYES OR EARS; BANDAGES, DRESSINGS OR ABSORBENT PADS; FIRST-AID KITS
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    • A61HPHYSICAL THERAPY APPARATUS, e.g. DEVICES FOR LOCATING OR STIMULATING REFLEX POINTS IN THE BODY; ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION; MASSAGE; BATHING DEVICES FOR SPECIAL THERAPEUTIC OR HYGIENIC PURPOSES OR SPECIFIC PARTS OF THE BODY
    • A61H1/00Apparatus for passive exercising; Vibrating apparatus ; Chiropractic devices, e.g. body impacting devices, external devices for briefly extending or aligning unbroken bones
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    • A61HPHYSICAL THERAPY APPARATUS, e.g. DEVICES FOR LOCATING OR STIMULATING REFLEX POINTS IN THE BODY; ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION; MASSAGE; BATHING DEVICES FOR SPECIAL THERAPEUTIC OR HYGIENIC PURPOSES OR SPECIFIC PARTS OF THE BODY
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    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61HPHYSICAL THERAPY APPARATUS, e.g. DEVICES FOR LOCATING OR STIMULATING REFLEX POINTS IN THE BODY; ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION; MASSAGE; BATHING DEVICES FOR SPECIAL THERAPEUTIC OR HYGIENIC PURPOSES OR SPECIFIC PARTS OF THE BODY
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Disclosed is a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion.
The disclosed chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion includes a waist belt worn on a user's waist; A support member on which a foot of a user wearing the waist belt is mounted; An elastic member connecting the waist belt and the support member while providing an elastic force between the waist belt and the support member; A chest belt worn on a chest of a user wearing the waist belt; And a power transmission member configured to transmit an elastic force due to tension or contraction of the elastic member to the chest belt such that the waist belt and the spine of the user who wears the chest belt are pulled or relaxed.
According to the vertebral vertebrae correction device for promoting pelvic spine and growth, the user can bend and bend the knees while the user wears the waist belt and the chest belt on the waist and chest, respectively, and places the foot on the support member. By repeating, the user's pelvis and spine repeat traction and relaxation. Then, the disk generated in the user's pelvis and spine may improve faster than if the user's pelvis and spine are simply towed, and the growth of the user in the growth phase may be promoted as the pelvis and spine become more robust. In addition, while the disk can be rapidly improved and promoted growth, the chiropractic device has a simple structure and can be easily handled.

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Backbone correction apparatus for correcting pelvis / backbone and promoting growth}
The present invention relates to a chiropractic device, and more particularly to a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion.
A human pelvis is a funnel-shaped skeleton that forms the waist of a person, and is composed of a fifth lumbar spine, a fibula, a left and right tibia, and the like.
The human spine consists of seven cervical vertebrae, 12 thoracic vertebrae, 5 lumbar vertebrae, 5 sacral vertebrae, 4 to 5 lumbar vertebrae, etc. The military has its own distinctive form.
Among them, the cervical spine refers to the neck spine, and the lumbar spine refers to the back spine. Due to the wrong lifestyle of modern people, the cervical spine, including the lumbar spine, or in severe cases, discs are also induced.
The disc is a disease caused by pain between pressing the spinal nerves by pressing the spinal nerve between each vertebra of the spine narrows the gap, or the disk wheel deformation.
The best way to treat these discs is to widen the gap between the narrowed vertebrae and reinforce the muscles around them, thus retracting the sap. When the fluid is in place as above, the pain disappears and the disc can be cured.
However, according to the conventional method for treating discs, the vertebrae are simply towed, so that the narrowed vertebrae become wider, and when such traction stops, the widened vertebrae become narrow again. The pain then recurs, and the underlying treatment may not be done properly.
In addition, in order to treat a disk, a large spinal orthodontic device incorporating a long bed that can be laid by a user and a cycling machine that can be exercised by a foot while the user is lying on a bed should be used. Such large chiropractic devices are not only expensive, but their volume can be difficult for the general public to provide for home use.
In addition, in the related art, when the human pelvis is distorted, a device for returning the distorted pelvis to its original position is not properly provided. Therefore, there is a need for a study on a device capable of returning such a distorted pelvis to its original position.
It is an object of the present invention to provide a vertebral orthodontic device for pelvic vertebrae correction and growth promotion, which can be achieved while maintaining a simple structure.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a vertebral correction device for pelvic spinal correction and growth promotion, which has a structure capable of returning the displaced pelvis to its original position.
Chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to an aspect of the present invention is a waist belt worn on the user's waist; A support member on which a foot of a user wearing the waist belt is mounted; An elastic member connecting the waist belt and the support member while providing an elastic force between the waist belt and the support member; A chest belt worn on a chest of a user wearing the waist belt; And a power transmission member configured to transmit an elastic force due to tension or contraction of the elastic member to the chest belt such that the waist belt and the spine of the user who wears the chest belt are pulled or relaxed.
According to the chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth according to an aspect of the present invention, the waist belt and the chest belt which are respectively worn on the waist and chest of the user is connected by a power transmission member, so that the user pushes the support member When the user's pelvis and vertebrae are pulled away from the waist belt and the chest belt, and the user removes the force pushing the support member, the pelvis and spine of the user can be relaxed by bringing the distance between the waist belt and the chest belt closer. . Therefore, while the user wears the waist belt and the chest belt on the waist and chest, respectively, and puts the foot on the support member, the user's pelvis and spine repeat the traction and relaxation by repeating the operation of the user bending and bending the knee. Done. Then, the disk generated in the user's pelvis and spine may improve faster than if the user's pelvis and spine are simply towed, and the growth of the user in the growth phase may be promoted as the pelvis and spine become more robust. And while the disk can be quickly improved and promoted growth, the chiropractic device has a simple structure, there is an effect that can be easily handled.
According to the spinal orthodontic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to another aspect of the present invention, there is an effect that the chest belt can be moved smoothly on the bed, as the moving bed is provided.
According to the spinal orthodontic device for pelvic vertebrae correction and growth promotion according to another aspect of the present invention, by having a pair of large connection belt and a power transmission member consisting of a chest belt side pulley portion, while achieving a simpler structure In addition, there is an effect that may enable the pelvic spine correction and growth promotion of the user.
According to the spinal orthodontic device for pelvic vertebrae correction and growth promotion according to another aspect of the present invention, as the elastic member is made in the form of a string, the elastic member without being connected to the elastic member by hanging on the foot rest of the support member Can be connected to the supporting member. Therefore, the chiropractic device is effective to achieve a simpler structure.
According to the spinal orthodontic device for pelvic vertebrae correction and growth promotion according to another aspect of the present invention, the support member is provided with a support member locking member is locked to the support member at a certain height above the bed, the user foot on the support member When the supporting member is pushed, the supporting member is pulled in the air about the supporting member connecting member and the connecting belt is pulled. And, if the user removes the force pushing the support member, the support member can be returned to its original position by its own weight, the operation of the support member can be made more smoothly, thereby improving the ease of use for the spinal correction device. . In addition, since the user walks the foot on the support member in the air, the pelvic vertebra may be pulled by itself, and thus, the effect of the user's pelvic spine correction and growth promotion may be doubled.
According to the chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to another aspect of the present invention, by having a slope inclined so that the portion of the waist belt in the bed portion is relatively higher than the portion of the chest belt, the bed portion Since the pelvic spine traction effect may be generated by the user's own weight when the user lie down, there is an effect that the pelvic spine correction and growth promoting effect of the user can be doubled.
According to the chiropractic device for pelvic vertebrae correction and growth according to another aspect of the present invention, by forming a hole that allows the waist of the user wearing the waist belt floating in the bed portion, the bed portion When the user lie down on the user's waist portion is not seated on the bed and floated on the hole can cause pelvic vertebral traction effect, there is an effect that can double the pelvic spine correction and growth promoting effect of the user.
Hereinafter, with reference to the drawings will be described a spinal correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to embodiments of the present invention.
1 is a perspective view showing a vertebral correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth according to a first embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is a vertebral correction for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a first embodiment of the present invention Partial enlarged view showing the waist belt side pulley applied to the device, Figure 3 is an elastic member on the waist belt side pulley applied to the spinal orthodontic device for pelvic vertebrae correction and growth promotion according to the first embodiment of the present invention, The left and right side views and the front view which show that the support member connection part and the waist belt side pulley connection belt are connected.
1 to 3, the chiropractic device 100 according to the present embodiment includes a bed 110, a waist belt 120, an elastic member 130, a chest belt 140, The chest belt side pulley part 150, the support member 170, and the waist belt side pulley part 180 are included.
The bed part 110 is a part which a user can lie down.
The waist belt 120 is composed of a belt body 121, the belt detachable portion 122, is worn on the user's waist, the portion surrounding the user's waist. The belt body 121 is a part surrounding the waist of the user, and the belt detachable part 122 is a part which separates or couples the belt body 121 by applying a velcro fastener, a tick button, or the like.
The support member 170 is composed of a foot rest 171, a pair of foot rest portions 172, and a support member connection portion 173, which is placed on the bed portion 110, so that the waist belt 120 is provided. ) Is the part where the foot of the user wearing is mounted. The foot rest 171 connects the pair of foot rests 172, and the pair of foot rests 172 is a portion into which a foot of a user can be fitted. The supporting member connecting portion 173 extends from the foot rest 171 to allow the supporting member 170 to be connected to the waist belt side pulley portion 180.
The elastic member 130 is a portion connecting the waist belt 120 and the support member 170 while providing an elastic force between the waist belt 120 and the support member 170.
The elastic member 130 may be detachably coupled to the waist belt 120 through a coupling member 131 in the form of a connecting ring. In addition to the coupling ring shape, the coupling member 131 may be applied in various forms such as a Velcro fastener and a snap button. As the detachable coupling member 131 is provided, the user winds the belt body 121 around his waist in a state where the belt detachable portion 122 is separated, and then combines the belt detachable portion 122. By doing so, the waist belt 120 can be easily fixed to its waist.
The elastic member 130 may be made of a rubber material, or may be made of a spring or the like to provide an elastic force. In this embodiment, the elastic member 130 connects the waist belt 120 and the support member 120 between the user's leg of the user wound the waist belt 120.
As the elastic member 130 provides elastic force while connecting the waist belt 120 and the support member 170, the waist belt 120 is wound around its waist and the feet are supported by the support member 170. Even if the user simply lifts and lifts the knee, the pelvis and spine may be corrected by the elastic force of the elastic member 130.
The chest belt 140 is composed of a belt body 141, a belt detachable portion 142, a pair of shoulder shoulder straps (143, 144), to the chest of the user wearing the waist belt 120 It is worn. The belt body 141 is a part surrounding the waist of the user, and the belt detachable part 142 is a part which separates or couples the belt body 141 by applying a velcro fastener, a snap button, or the like. The pair of shoulder shoulder straps 142 and 144 are portions that connect the front and rear of the belt body 141 beyond the shoulder of the user, respectively.
The waist belt side pulley part 180 includes a pulley 181 on the waist belt side, a waist belt side pulley connecting belt 182, a waist belt side pulley 183, a rotation shaft 184, and a waist belt side. It consists of connecting pulleys 185 and 186 and pulley holder 187.
The pulley 181 on the waist belt side is a pulley to which the elastic member 130, the support member connecting portion 173, and the waist belt side pulley connecting belt 182 are connected.
Referring to FIG. 3, the waist belt side pulley connecting belt 182 has one end thereof caught in the center of the outer circumferential surface of the pulley 181 on the waist belt side, and the other side thereof is attached to the lower belt pulley 183 of the waist belt side. Hook, the pulley 181 on the waist belt side and the pulley 183 on the waist belt side are rotated together.
The supporting member connecting portion 173 is a portion of the outer circumferential surface of the waist belt side pulley 181 that is connected to the outside of the waist belt side pulley connecting belt 182. The supporting member connecting portion 173 is connected to the outer circumferential surface of the upper pulley 181 on the waist belt side so as to face the waist belt 120, and surrounds the outer circumferential surface of the upper pulley 181 on the lower waist belt while supporting the supporting member ( 170). By this connection, when the user pushes the supporting member 170 with his foot, the supporting member connecting portion 173 is also pushed together, so that the pulley 181 on the waist belt side is clockwise based on the direction shown in FIG. 3. Direction can be rotated.
The elastic member 130 is a portion connected to the outer side of the support member connecting portion 173 of the outer peripheral surface of the pulley 181 on the waist belt side. The elastic member 130 is connected to the outer circumferential surface of the pulley 181 on the waist belt side so as to face the support member 170, and wraps the outer circumferential surface of the upper pulley 181 on the waist belt side while lowering the waist belt 120. Extend toward). By this connection, when the pulley 181 on the waist belt side is rotated clockwise based on the direction shown in FIG. 3, the elastic member 130 is wound around the outer circumferential surface of the pulley 181 on the waist belt side. The waist belt 120 is pulled, and accordingly, the waist of the user who winds the waist belt 120 may be towed. At this time, a restoring force is accumulated in the elastic member 130.
When the user removes the force pushing the support member 170, the pulley 181 on the waist belt side rotates counterclockwise with reference to the direction shown in FIG. 3 by the restoring force of the elastic member 130. Then, the traction of the waist belt 120 is relaxed.
When the pulley 181 on the waist belt side is rotated, the waist belt side pulley 183 is also rotated by the waist belt side pulley connecting belt 182, and accordingly, the waist belt side pulley 183. When the rotating shaft 184 connected to the rotating together, the pair of waist belt side pulleys 185, 186 connected to both ends of the rotating shaft 184 is also rotated together.
The waist belt side upper pulley 181 is disposed above the bed portion 110, and the waist belt side lower pulley 183, the rotation shaft 184, and the pair below the bed portion 110. Waist belt side connection pulleys 185 and 186 are disposed. The pulley holder 187 extends in the vertical direction of the bed part 110, and the pulley 181 on the waist belt side is connected to the rotatable shaft 184 so as to be rotatable.
The pulley 181 on the waist belt side is formed relatively larger than the pulley 183 on the waist belt side. Then, the amount of rotation of the lower pulley 183 on the waist belt side can be increased even with a small amount of rotation of the pulley 181 on the waist belt side, so that the traction between the waist belt 120 and the chest belt 140 is increased. The amount can be increased.
The chest belt side pulley portion 150 is the chest belt side lower pulley 151, 152, the lower rotation shaft 153, the chest belt side pulley 154, the chest belt side pulley connecting belt 155 and And a chest belt side upper pulley 156, an upper rotation shaft 157, a chest belt side upper pulley 158 and 159, a chest belt connecting portion 160 and 161, and a pulley fixing portion 162. .
The chest belt side lower pulleys 151 and 152 are portions connected to the waist belt side connecting pulleys 185 and 186 by a pair of large connecting belts 101 and 102. The lower rotation shaft passing through the chest belt side lower connection pulley 151, 152 when the chest belt side lower connection pulley 151, 152 is rotated together in accordance with the rotation of the waist belt side connection pulley 185, 186. The chest belt side lower pulley 154 coupled to the lower rotation shaft 153 is also rotated together.
The chest belt side lower pulley 151, 152, the lower rotation shaft 153 and the chest belt side lower pulley 154 are below the bed portion 110, the chest belt side pulley 156, The upper rotation shaft 157 and the chest belt side upper connection pulleys 158 and 159 are disposed above the bed part 110.
When the chest belt side pulley 154 is rotated, the chest belt side pulley connecting belt 155 connected thereto is rotated, and accordingly, the chest belt side pulley connecting belt 155 is connected to the chest belt side pulley connecting belt 155 156 is also rotated. When the chest belt side pulley 156 is rotated, the upper rotation shaft 157 penetrating through it also rotates, and thus the chest belt side upper pulley 158 and 159 coupled to the upper rotation shaft 157 is also rotated. Is rotated. Then, the chest belt connecting portions 160 and 161 connected to the chest belt side connecting pulleys 158 and 159 are rotated, and thus the shoulder strap 144 is connected to the chest belt connecting portions 160 and 161. The chest belt 140 may be towed. The chest belt connecting portions 160 and 161 may be attached to the connecting belt pulleys 158 and 159 on the chest belt side.
The pulley holder 162 extends in the up and down direction of the bed part 110 and is a portion to which the upper rotation shaft 157 and the lower rotation shaft 153 are rotatably connected. The pulley holder 162 extends upward from a portion of the bed portion 110 corresponding to an approximately upper portion of the head of the user who wears the chest belt 140.
The belt connecting belts 101 and 102, the chest belt side pulley part 150, and the waist belt side pulley part 180 may be defined as a power transmission member.
Hereinafter, the operation of the chiropractic device 100 configured as described above will be described.
First, the user wears the waist belt 120 on the waist, and wears the chest belt 140 on the chest while lying on the bed part 110. Then, the user places the foot on the support member 170.
Thereafter, when the user pushes the foot, the supporting member 170 is pushed back, and accordingly, the pulley 181 on the waist belt side is rotated clockwise based on the direction shown in FIG. 3. Then, as the restoring force is accumulated in the elastic member 130, the elastic member 130 may be tensioned, and the pelvis and the spine of the user who wears the waist belt 120 may be towed.
When the pulley 181 on the waist belt side is rotated in the clockwise direction as described above, the waist belt side pulley 183, the rotation shaft 184, and the waist belt side pulley 185 and 186 are sequentially the same. Direction of rotation. Then, the chest belt side lower connecting pulley 151, 152 connected to the waist belt side connecting pulley 185, 186 by the large connecting belt 101, 102 is also rotated in the same direction, and thus the lower rotation shaft 153, the lower chest belt side pulley 154, the upper chest belt side pulley 156, the upper rotation shaft 157, and the upper chest belt side pulley 158, 159 are also sequentially rotated in the same direction. do. Then, the chest belt connecting portions 160 and 161 are pulled, and thus the chest belt 140 is pulled away from the waist belt 120, so that the user's pelvis and the chest belt 140 are worn. The traction effect of the spine can be doubled.
On the other hand, when the user removes the external force pushing the support member 170 by the foot, the pulley 181 on the waist belt side by the restoring force of the elastic member 130 in the counterclockwise direction based on the direction shown in FIG. Rotate, and the support member 170 is returned to its original position. Then, the elastic member 130 is also contracted again, so that the pelvis and spine of the user who wears the waist belt 120 may be relaxed.
When the pulley 181 on the waist belt side is rotated counterclockwise as described above, the waist belt side pulley 183, the rotation shaft 184 and the waist belt side pulley 185, 186 are sequentially It will rotate in the same direction. Then, the chest belt side lower connecting pulley 151, 152 connected to the waist belt side connecting pulley 185, 186 by the large connecting belt 101, 102 is also rotated in the same direction, and thus the lower rotation shaft 153, the lower chest belt side pulley 154, the upper chest belt side pulley 156, the upper rotation shaft 157, and the upper chest belt side pulley 158, 159 are also sequentially rotated in the same direction. do. Then, the chest belt connection portions 160 and 161 are relaxed, so that the chest belt 140 is returned to be close to the waist belt 120, so that the user's pelvis and vertebrae wearing the chest belt 140 are rotated. The relaxation effect of can be doubled.
As described above, when the waist belt 120 and the chest belt 140 which are respectively worn on the waist and chest of the user are connected by the power transmission member, when the user pushes the supporting member 170, the waist belt When the user's pelvis and spine are pulled apart from the 120 and the chest belt 140 is removed, and the user removes the force pushing the support member 170, the waist belt 120 and the chest belt 140 are removed. ), The pelvis and spine of the user can be relaxed. Therefore, the user wears the waist belt 120 and the chest belt 140 on the waist and chest, respectively, and puts the foot on the support member 170, thereby repeating the user's knee bending and bending. In addition, the user's pelvis and spine will repeat traction and relaxation. Then, the disk generated in the user's pelvis and spine may improve faster than if the user's pelvis and spine are simply towed, and the growth of the user in the growth phase may be promoted as the pelvis and spine become more robust. In addition, while the disk can be quickly improved and promoted growth, the chiropractic device 100 has a simple structure, the handling can be facilitated.
Hereinafter, other embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings. In carrying out this description, the description overlapping with the contents already described in the above-described first embodiment of the present invention will be replaced with, and will be omitted herein.
Figure 4 is a perspective view showing a moving bed that is applied to the chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 4, the chiropractic device 200 according to the present embodiment includes a bed 210 and a moving bed 290.
The bed 210 may be laid down by a user who wears a waist belt (not shown) and a chest belt 240, and the movable bed 290 has the chest belt 240 placed on the chest belt 240. ) Is to be moved smoothly (smoothly) on the bed (210).
As the moving bed part 290 is provided as described above, the chest belt 240 may be smoothly moved on the bed part 210.
5 is a perspective view showing a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a third embodiment of the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 5, the chiropractic device 300 according to the present embodiment includes a bed part 310, a waist belt 320, an elastic member 330, a chest belt 340, and a chest belt side pulley. The part 350 and the supporting member 370 are included.
The elastic member 330 is composed of a connecting portion 331, the elastic portion 332, the coupling portion 333. The connection part 331 connects between the elastic part 332 and the belt body 321 of the waist belt 320 and extends the length of the elastic member 330. The elastic portion 332 is a portion for applying an elastic force. The coupling part 333 may be detachable between the connection part 331 and the belt body 321 of the waist belt 320, and may be configured as a connection ring.
The support member 370 includes a foot rest 371, a foot rest part 372, a central connection part 373, and a pair of both side connection parts 374 and 375. The foot support 371 forms a rod shape of a predetermined length. The central connection part 373 is to be detachable between the elastic member 330 and the foot support 371, it may be composed of a connecting ring or the like. The pair of both side connecting portions 374 and 375 are detachable between the pair of pair of connecting belts 301 and 302 and the foot support 371, and may be configured as a connecting ring or the like.
The chest belt side pulley portion 350 is constituted by a pair of chest belt side pulleys 351 and 352, a rotation shaft 353, and a pulley holder 354. The pulley holder 354 extends upward from a portion of the bed portion 310 corresponding to an approximately upper portion of the head of the user who wears the chest belt 340, and the rotary shaft 353 rotates thereon. The pair of chest belt side connecting pulleys 351 and 352 may be installed on the rotation shaft 353.
The pair of pair of connecting belts 301 and 302 has one side connected to the foot rest 371 of the supporting member 370, and the other side thereof has the chest belt side pulley portion 350, in detail It is connected to the shoulder strap 344 of the chest belt 340 via a pair of chest belt side connection pulleys 351 and 352.
When the user wears the waist belt 320 and the chest belt 340 and pushes the supporting member 370 with his feet, the pair of pair of connecting belts 301 and 302 are pushed, thus the elastic member ( 330 extends while accumulating the restoring force, and the chest belt 340 is pulled away from the waist belt 320 as the pair of chest belt side connecting pulleys 351 and 352 are rotated. Through this operation, the pelvis and spine of the user can be towed.
When the user removes the force pushing the support member 370, the elastic member 330 is contracted by the restoring force of the elastic member 330, and the support member 370 and the pair of connecting belts ( 301 and 302 are in situ, whereby the pair of chest belt side connection pulleys 351 and 352 are reversely rotated so that the chest belt 340 is relaxed in a direction closer to the waist belt 320. Through this operation, the pelvis and spine of the towed user can be relaxed.
Here, the pair of large connecting belts 301 and 302 and the chest belt side pulley portion 350 may be defined as a power transmission member.
The chiropractic device 300 as described above has a simpler structure by providing a pair of large connection belts 301 and 302 and a power transmission member composed of the chest belt side pulley portion 350, A pelvic spine correction and growth promotion of the user may be possible.
6 is a perspective view showing a vertebral correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a fourth embodiment of the present invention, Figure 7 is an enlarged view of a portion A shown in FIG.
6 and 7 together, the chiropractic device 400 according to the present embodiment includes an elastic member 430 in the form of a string, the rest of the configuration is a chiropractic device according to the third embodiment ( 300 corresponds to each configuration.
As the elastic member 430 is formed in a string form, the elastic member 430 hangs on the foot rest 471 of the supporting member 470 without a separate connecting member, thereby allowing the elastic member 430 to support the supporting member. 470 may be connected. Thus, the chiropractic device 400 can achieve a simpler structure.
In this embodiment, a belt connection portion 423 in the form of a string is formed across the front and rear portions of the belt body 421 of the waist belt 420. At least one of the front and rear connection portions of the belt connecting portion 423 and the belt body 421 is configured to be detachable by a Velcro fastener or the like. Then, the user may simply wear the waist belt 420.
In addition, the contact portion of the belt connecting portion 423 and the elastic member 430 is configured to be detachably attached by a Velcro fastener or the like. Then, during operation of the chiropractic device 400, the elastic member 430 may be prevented from slipping with respect to the waist belt 420, so that stable operation may be performed.
The elastic member 430 may be connected to the waist belt 420 by the strap-shaped elastic member 430 hanging on the belt connection part 423. Thus, the chiropractic device 400 can achieve a simpler structure.
8 is a perspective view showing a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a fifth embodiment of the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 8, the chiropractic device 500 according to the present embodiment includes a supporting member locking member 590, and other components are included in each of the chiropractic devices 400 according to the fourth embodiment. Corresponds to.
The supporting member locking member 590 includes a vertical stand 591 extending upward from the bed portion 510, a horizontal stand 592 extending in a horizontal direction from the vertical stand 590, and a supporting member connecting member ( 593), and the supporting member 570 is caught at a predetermined height above the bed part 510.
The support member 570 extends obliquely at both ends of the foot support 571 so as to meet each other, and the triangular connection portions 576 and 577 extend from the top portions of the triangular connection portions 576 and 577 to extend the support member connection member ( And an extension coupling part 578 detachably coupled to 593.
The supporting member locking member 590 is provided as described above, and the supporting member 570 is caught at a predetermined height above the bed part 510, so that the user puts his foot on the supporting member 570 and the supporting member 570. ), The supporting member 570 is pushed in the air about the supporting member connecting member 593, and the large connecting belts 501 and 502 are pulled. And, when the user removes the force pushing the support member 570, the support member 570 can be returned to its original position by its own weight, the operation of the support member 570 can be made more smoothly, accordingly The ease of use of the chiropractic device 500 can be improved. In addition, since the user walks the foot on the supporting member 570 in the air, the pelvic vertebra may be pulled by itself, thereby doubling the pelvic spine correction and growth promoting effect of the user.
9 is a perspective view showing a bed applied to the vertebral correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a sixth embodiment of the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 9, the bed part 610 applied to the chiropractic device according to the present embodiment may have a waist belt and a chest belt, and a portion where the waist belt is placed is relatively higher than a portion where the chest belt is placed. It has an inclined surface 611 so as to be inclined.
When configured as described above, since the pelvic vertebral traction effect can be generated by the user's own weight when the user is lying on the bed 610, the pelvic spine correction and growth promoting effect of the user can be doubled.
FIG. 10 is a perspective view illustrating a bed part applied to a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a seventh embodiment of the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 10, the bed 710 applied to the spinal orthodontic device according to the present embodiment includes a hole 712 for allowing a waist of a user wearing a waist belt to be lifted from the bed 710. Is formed. The periphery of the hole 712 is formed with a curved surface 711.
When configured as described above, when the user is lying on the bed 610, the waist portion of the user is not seated on the bed 710 and is floated on the hole 712 so that a pelvic spinal traction effect may be generated. Therefore, the pelvic spine correction and growth promoting effect of the user can be doubled.
11 is a view showing the attachment portion of the pelvic correction member applied to the vertebral vertebrae correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth according to an eighth embodiment of the present invention, Figure 12 is a pelvic vertebrae according to an eighth embodiment of the present invention A perspective view showing a pelvic correction member applied to a chiropractic device for orthodontic growth and growth.
11 and 12 together, the vertebral correction device 800 according to the present embodiment is formed with a pelvic correction member 880 and the attachment portion 870.
The attachment part 870 is formed on the belt body 811 of the waist belt 810, and the attachment part 870 includes a plurality of sub attachment stands 871, 872, 873, and 874. The plurality of sub mounts 871, 872, 873, and 874 are disposed up and down, respectively, on both side portions of the upper extension line of the elastic member connecting portion 813 of the waist belt 810. This arrangement is exemplary and the plurality of sub mounts 871, 872, 873, 874 can achieve various arrangements.
An attachment surface 882 is formed on a rear surface of the body 881 of the pelvic correction member 880. The attachment surface 882 is a portion that may be attached to the attachment portion 870. The attachment surface 882 and the attachment portion 870 may be made of a Velcro fastener or the like for mutual coupling.
The pelvic correction member 880 is attached to a portion of the user's pelvis that wears the waist belt 810 on the waist. For example, if a portion of the user's pelvis corresponding to the one sub mount 871 is twisted toward the waist belt 810, the pelvic correction member 880 may be attached to the sub mount 871. In the state, the waist belt 810 is wound around the user. Then, the pelvis correction member 880 is protruded from the surface of the waist belt 810, so that the pelvis portion of the user corresponding to the portion to which the pelvis correction member 880 is attached is pressed in the front body direction of the user As a result, the distortion of the pelvis of the user who has wound the waist belt 810 may be improved, thereby correcting the pelvis of the user.
As described above, the pelvic correction member 880 protrudes from at least one of the portions 871, 872, 873, and 874 that divide the waist belt 810 into a plurality of parts, thereby winding the waist belt 810. By pressing at least one portion of the user's pelvis, the user's pelvis wound around the waist belt 810 may be corrected.
In this case, the pelvic correction members 880 may be attached to portions corresponding to diagonal directions with respect to the upward extension lines of the elastic member connecting portion 813, for example, the sub mounts indicated by reference numerals 871 and 874. have.
The pelvic correction member 880 and the attachment portion 870 in this embodiment may be applied in other embodiments.
Figure 13 is a perspective view showing a spinal correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a ninth embodiment of the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 13, the configuration of the chiropractic device 900 according to the present embodiment other than the chest belt side pulley 950 corresponds to each configuration of the chiropractic device 100 according to the first embodiment described above. .
In this embodiment, the chest belt side pulley 950 is a pair of chest belt side lower connection pulleys 951, 952, lower rotation axis 953, upper rotation axis 957, a pair of chest bells The pulley-side connection pulleys 958 and 959 and the pulley holder 962 are configured.
The pair of chest belt side lower connection pulleys 951 and 952 are disposed below the bed portion 910, and the pair of chest belt side upper connection pulleys 958 and 959 are formed of the bed portion 910. It is disposed on the upper side. The pair of chest belt side lower connecting pulleys 951 and 952 and the pair of chest belt side upper connecting pulleys 958 and 959 are respectively formed by the lower rotating shaft 953 and the upper rotating shaft 957. Connected.
In this embodiment, one side of the pair of pair of connecting belts 901, 902 is coupled to the pair of waist belt side connecting pulleys 985, 986, and the other side thereof is the pair of chest belt side lower connecting pulleys ( 951, 952 and the pair of thoracic belt side connecting pulleys 958, 959, respectively, and then directly coupled to the respective shoulder straps 943, 944 of the thoracic belt 940. Then, upon operation of the chiropractic device 900, the pair of pair of connecting belts 901, 902 are pushed or pulled in accordance with the rotation of the pair of waist belt side connecting pulleys 985, 986. Thus, the chest belt 940 coupled directly to the pair of paired belts 901, 902 is pushed or pulled together.
As configured above, since the structure of the chest belt side pulley portion 950 can be more simple, the spinal orthodontic device 900 can be compact.
Figure 14 is a perspective view showing a moving bed applied to the vertebral correction device for pelvic spinal correction and growth according to a tenth embodiment of the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 14, the chiropractic device 900 according to the present embodiment includes a bed portion 910 and a moving bed portion 990.
The bed 910 may be laid down by a user who wears a waist belt (not shown) and a chest belt 940, and the movable bed 990 has the chest belt 940 placed on the chest belt 940. ) Is to be moved smoothly (smoothly) on the bed portion (910).
In the present embodiment, the moving bed portion 990 includes a moving bed body 991 and a moving rail 992.
The movable bed body 991 is a portion in which the chest belt 940 is installed and moved with respect to the bed portion 910. The moving rail 992 is installed in the bed portion 910, and includes a plurality of rotating rollers, the plurality of rotating rollers in contact with the moving bed body (991), the moving bed body (991) Make sure to move smoothly.
As the movable bed part 990 is provided as described above, the chest belt 940 may be smoothly moved on the bed part 910.
15 is a perspective view showing a spinal correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to an eleventh embodiment of the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 15, the chiropractic device 1000 according to the present exemplary embodiment includes a moving bed unit 1011 and a moving bed unit supporting unit 1100, and the rest of the configuration is according to the fifth embodiment described above. Corresponding to each configuration of the chiropractic device 500.
The moving bed part 1011 is separated from the bed part 1010 and the chest belt 1040 is installed. A handle 1015 that can be held by a user lying on the movable bed 1011 may be installed on the upper portion of the movable bed 1011. The user may hold the handle 1015 to force the chiropractic device 1000 with the force of an arm, or may simply hold the handle 1015 during exercise using the chiropractic device 1000. have.
The movable bed part support unit 1100 supports the movable bed part 1011 so as to be smoothly rotatable. The movable bed support unit 1100 includes a pair of supports 1104 and 1105 having a movable bed connecting member 1101, a support rod 1102, a rotating body 1103, and an intersection point 1106. Support wire 1107.
The pair of supports 1104 and 1105 intersect each other in an X shape with respect to the intersection point 1106, and are provided in pairs on both sides of the moving bed part 1011. The support rods 1102 connect upper portions of the support belts 1104 toward the waist belt 1020 of the pair of supports 1104 and 1105, and the support rods 1102 are connected to the rotating body 1103. Is inserted. The rotating body 1103 may be rotated about the support rod 1102. The moving bed connecting member 1101 extends downward from both ends of the rotating body 1103 and is connected to the moving bed part 1011. When the rotating body 1103 is rotated, the moving bed part ( 1011) is also rotated together. The support wire 1107 extends downward from each upper portion of the support 1105 on the chest belt 1040 side of the pair of supports 1104 and 1105, and is connected to the movable bed part 1011. The moving bed part 1011 is supported.
When the user, who is in the state of lying on the waist belt 1020 and the chest belt 1040 and lying on the bed portion 1010 and the moving bed portion 1011, pushes the support member 1070 with the foot, the elastic member 1030 In addition to extension, large connecting belts 1001 and 1002 are pulled so that chest belt 1040 is also pulled. Then, the moving bed portion 1011 to which the chest belt 1040 is coupled is rotated about the support rod 1102.
When the user removes the pushing force, the movable bed part 1011 is also returned to its original position by the restoring force of the elastic member 1030.
As configured as described above, the movable bed portion 1011 may be rotated within a predetermined angle range while maintaining the state lifted from the ground by the movable bed portion support unit 1100. Therefore, when operating the chiropractic device 1000, the movable bed portion 1011 can be moved smoothly, so that the user's convenience can be improved, and the effect of the user's pelvic spine correction and growth can be doubled. Can be.
While the invention has been shown and described with respect to specific embodiments thereof, those skilled in the art can variously modify the invention without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as set forth in the claims below. And that it can be changed. However, it is intended that the present invention covers the modifications and variations of this invention provided they come within the scope of the appended claims and their equivalents.
According to the chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to an aspect of the present invention, while being a simple structure, it is possible to promote spine correction and growth, and to return the twisted pelvis to its original position, the industrial use It is very likely.
1 is a perspective view showing a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a first embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a partially enlarged view showing a waist belt side pulley applied to a vertebral correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a first embodiment of the present invention.
3 is a view showing a state in which an elastic member, a support member connection part, and a waist belt side pulley connection belt are connected to a waist belt side pulley applied to a vertebral correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a first embodiment of the present invention. Left and right side and front views.
Figure 4 is a perspective view showing a moving bed applied to the chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
5 is a perspective view showing a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a third embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 6 is a perspective view showing a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a fourth embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 7 is an enlarged view of a portion A shown in FIG. 6.
8 is a perspective view showing a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a fifth embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 9 is a perspective view showing a bed applied to the vertebral correction device for pelvic spinal correction and growth according to a sixth embodiment of the present invention.
10 is a perspective view showing a bed portion applied to the chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth according to a seventh embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 11 is a view showing an attachment portion of a pelvic correction member applied to a vertebral correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to an eighth embodiment of the present invention. FIG.
12 is a perspective view showing a pelvic correction member applied to a vertebral correction device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to an eighth embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 13 is a perspective view showing a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to a ninth embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 14 is a perspective view showing a moving bed applied to the chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth according to a tenth embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 15 is a perspective view showing a chiropractic device for pelvic spine correction and growth promotion according to an eleventh embodiment of the present invention.

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  1. A waist belt worn on the user's waist;
    A support member on which a foot of a user wearing the waist belt is mounted;
    An elastic member connecting the waist belt and the support member while providing an elastic force between the waist belt and the support member;
    A chest belt worn on a chest of a user wearing the waist belt; And
    And a power transmission member configured to transmit an elastic force due to tension or contraction of the elastic member to the chest belt such that the waist belt and the spine of the user who wears the chest belt are pulled or relaxed.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    When the support member is pushed by the user's foot, the power transmission member pulls the chest belt away from the waist belt while the elastic member is tensioned so that the spine of the user wearing the waist belt is towed. Pulling,
    When the pushed back member is returned to its original position, the power transmission member causes the chest belt to return to the waist belt while the elastic member is contracted so that the vertebrae of the towed user are relaxed. Chiropractic device.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    The chiropractic device includes a bed that the user can lie down,
    The power transmission member
    A waist belt connected to the elastic member and the support member at an upper side of the bed to rotate the elastic member when the support member is pushed by the user's foot, and to rotate the elastic member when the pushed support member is in place. A pulley on the side, a waist belt side pulley connected to the waist belt side pulley at the lower side of the bed part and rotated together with the pulley on the waist belt side, and a waist belt side connection rotated together with the waist belt side pulley The waist belt side pulley part including a pulley,
    A chest belt side lower pulley which is connected to the waist belt side pulley and rotates together, a chest belt side lower pulley that rotates together with the chest belt side lower pulley, and is connected to the chest belt side lower pulley and rotated together And a chest belt side pulley including a chest belt side pulley, a chest belt side pulley connected to the chest belt side pulley and rotated together, and a chest belt connection portion connected to the chest belt. Chiropractic device.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    And a bed portion that the user wearing the waist belt and the chest belt can lie down, and a moving bed portion on which the chest belt is placed to allow the chest belt to move on the bed portion.
  5. The method of claim 1,
    The power transmission member
    A chest belt side pulley disposed on the chest belt side;
    And a large connecting belt to which the supporting member and one side thereof are connected and the chest belt and the other side thereof are connected through the chest belt side pulley.
  6. The method of claim 1,
    The elastic member is a spinal orthodontic device, characterized in that formed in the form of a string.
  7. The method of claim 1,
    And a bed member which the user can lie down on, and a support member locking member to hold the support member at a predetermined height above the bed portion.
  8. The method of claim 1,
    And a bed portion which the user can lie down, the waist belt and the chest belt on, and wherein the portion on which the waist belt is placed is inclined to be relatively higher than the portion on which the chest belt is placed.
  9. The method of claim 1,
    The chiropractic device includes a bed portion which the user can lie down on which the waist belt and the chest belt can be placed,
    The bed portion is a spinal orthodontic device characterized in that the hole is formed so that the waist of the user wearing the waist belt is lifted from the bed portion.
  10. The method of claim 4, wherein
    And a movable bed portion support unit for allowing the movable bed portion to be rotated within a predetermined angle while maintaining the raised bed portion from the ground.
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