Is Your Neck Pain Keeping You Away From Living a Healthy Life?
The Cervical Neck Traction Device is an easy to use traction unit for neck traction treatment at home. Ready to use out of the box with a simple clean design for immediate relief of your painful neck issues. This Neck Traction Device is used to relieve pressure on muscle, nerve tissue, and minor fractures of the cervical spine
Benefits & Features :-
BOOST YOUR PRODUCTIVITY & PERFORMANCE: Feel more energized with the EverRelief premium cervical neck traction device. Relieve headaches and muscle stiffness while improving your sense of wellbeing.
ALLEVIATE NECK PAIN & DISCOMFORT: The comfortableneck traction device for home therapy may help relieve pinched nerves, soreness, cervical neck spasms, herniated discs and tension.
ADJUST IT TO YOUR NEEDS: The inflatable design will allow you to find your sweet spot and enjoy 100% personalized neck pain relief. Plus, it fits most neck sizes up to 17.5 inches.
Method of Usage :-
According to the correct way to wear cervical traction apparatus, for the first time the user can wear herself in the mirror first, adjust the neck circumference size, fixed cheek adjust buckles and shoulder pads to adjust buckles, use the person of different neck circumference.
Adjust the buccal and gear Angle (gear labeled with buccal when zero mark line alignment for flat stretch, with the + sign for traction line alignment. And - bow line alignment for traction), Angle is adjusted with the head Angle adjusting knob).
The budge lifting adjusting knob to make buccal Joe right up until patients feel strength.
The traction treatment 1 to 2 times a day, about 20 minutes at a time.
After the treatment, unscrew the lifting adjusting knob, make the cheek slowly fell to zero, and then unlock the buccal adjust buckles and shoulder pads to adjust buckles, Remove the tractor.
Recommended For :-
Neck pain relief
Herniated, Bulging Disc
Degenerative cervical discs
Radiculopathy (nerve pain) in arms
Spondylolysis, spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis
Cervical Pain of physical origin which needs traction therapy
Patients suffering from the after effects of car accidents Clinical Studies