VacuPractor is a revolutionary new back pain relief device perfect for helping troops feel better in the field and home.
Paul Hagen is the CEO and founder of VacuPractor, a Veteran owned small business (VOSB) based here in the U.S.A. The company produces a specially designed, highly durable and portable, polypropylene molded device that when properly used relieves back pain.
As a Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corp from from 1987 to 1992 he had the honor of serving his Country at the U.S. Embassy, La Paz, Bolivia, the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland, and the U.S. Embassy, Paris, France. Now, he wants to continue his service to America only this time to his fellow military personnel in the form of back pain relief.
VacuPractor is a revolutionary new patented device registered with the FDA for the self-treatment of lower back pain. The user lies on the device, creating a natural vacuum effect to gently pull the spine and stretch the muscles in the lower back area. Pain is relieved in as little as five to ten minutes of use. VacuPractor is a drug free solution and can be used on any flat firm surface with just a little water and it can be combined with other pain treatments as part of a patient's total care.
Paul says: "After my back stopped hurting, helping others with lower back pain became my calling. It took us 5 years to get the patent, 1 year for FDA registration, and we have all the certifications and approvals to sell to the Government including our own Cage code. We recently started making a few P-card sales too. " Paul wants to raise at least $48,000 and needs help from the Indiegogo community to make it happen. He wants to be able to compete with large drug companies with huge budgets and cannot do that without additional funding.
Paul needs a new mold to increase production, and lower costs. The mold costs $15,000 and he wants to produce the VacuPractor in 3 different sizes, small, medium and large instead of one size fits all which will increase effectiveness over the 95% mark. Money is also needed to produce the VacuPractor in low visibility colors like military green, camouflage and tan.
The team also wants to produce a high quality "Explainer" video that illustrates in simple to understand terms how effective and easy to use the VacuPractor is. These videos cost between $5,000 and $15,000.