Who Can Use the Chirp Wheel?

Who Can Use the Chirp Wheel?

You might be wondering “Will the Chirp Wheel help with my back pain even if I have X,Y, or Z?” Well, there are only a few people who can answer this question for you: your doctor, your back, and others who’ve experienced what you’ve been through. So we put together some answers. These are reviews from customers who have tried the Chirp Wheels, people who have experienced everything from lower back pain to scoliosis. Check out what they had to say about the Chirp Wheels and their back pain.


What is sciatica?

Sciatica, pain along the sciatic nerve, occurs when the sciatic nerve is pinched or compressed. Pain usually occurs on one side of the body. If you think you might have sciatica, talk to your doctor to see if the Chirp Wheel could help you. Try these exercises with the wheel for sciatica pain relief.

If you’re looking for more customers who’ve found relief with sciatica, read this.


What is scoliosis?

Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine that causes back pain and other issues. If you have scoliosis or suspect you might have it, consult your doctor to see if the Chirp Wheels could help relieve some of your back pain.

Read more about customers with scoliosis who’ve found relief with the Chirp Wheels.


Surgery, whether it was for back pain or another issue, can cause tight muscles and scar tissue. The Chirp Wheel can help relieve tension along the spine and get you feeling like yourself again. Consult your doctor to see if you could use the wheels for relief after surgery.

Read this to see other customers who’ve found relief with the Chirp Wheels after surgery. 

Herniated discs or bulging discs

What is a herniated disc?

Between your vertebrae along your spine are discs that cushion your bones. Discs have an outer layer and inner layer. Herniated discs occur when the inner layer of your disc pushes outwards and causes pain. Check with your doctor to see if rolling out on the wheels could help relieve pain from a herniated or bulging disc. 

Check out this blog post for more information about customers who’ve found relief from herniated discs.

Muscle strain

What is a muscle strain?

Muscle strain occurs when a muscle is overworked or stretched and causes pain. This is commonly associated with lower back pain, especially from lifting incorrectly or overworking your body. The Chirp Wheel can help by providing a nice gentle massage to the affected area and relaxing the muscles. Check with your doctor to see if the Chirp Wheel could help you.

Muscle tension

What is muscle tension?

Muscle tension is when the muscles remain semi-contracted for a long time. This can be caused by anything from stress to incorrect posture. The Chirp Wheel can help massage your tense muscles and release tension and stress to help you feel like yourself again.

Lower back pain

How to use the wheel for lower back pain

Simply rolling out on the Chirp Wheel can help release tension in your lower back. For more focused relief, try rolling out the muscles on your legs and hips to release tension. Here are some stretches with the wheel designed for lower back pain. 


Upper back pain

How to use the Chirp Wheel for upper back pain

The Chirp Wheel does wonders for upper back pain because it fits between your shoulder blades, reaching the muscles along your spine and massaging deeply. Simply roll back and forth on the wheel. Lift up your arms and relax or hold the wheel on a sore spot. Try these poses with the wheel that were designed for upper back pain.

 See What Honest Brand Reviews has to say about the Chirp Wheel.