NeckAid Ergonomic Neck Support Helps Prevent Occupational Injury

Neck injuries are often caused by maintaining the neck in unusual positions for extended periods without proper head support. The muscles of the neck support the head which weighs about 10 pounds and when working with your hands over your head, the muscles must support this weight when they are contracted. NeckAid helps in this regard.

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Working overhead is a leading cause of work related neck problems. These type of injuries seldom result from a single traumatic incident. Instead they develop over time as a result of frequently placing the head in an extended position for long or frequently repeated periods of time without adequate recovery time.

The extended position of the head compresses the neck and over years contributes to neck pain, headaches and can lead to joint deterioration, arthritis, pinched nerves and facet joint syndrome.

360 viewFortunately, this support can solve this problem by assisting the neck muscles in supporting the head, preventing overextension and the consequences of repetitive trauma to the neck.

NeckAid prevents over extension when working overhead, reducing neck pain and risk of injury, allowing the muscles that support the head to relax in the extended or head up position. NeckAid helps to prevent muscular fatigue from prolonged contraction, which often leads to strain of the neck extensor muscles as well as damage to the joints. Help to prevent this at home or at work with NeckAid.

This head support is made of lightweight materials with therapeutic foam for comfortable support, adjustable straps, shoulder pads and suspender style clips for easy waistband side attachment.

The support addresses OSHA’s new ergonomic guidelines and may reduce the occurrence of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD) and Repetitive Motion Injuries (RMI) in the workplace.

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NeckAid Neck Support Doctor’s Perspective

It has always been difficult to treat patients with neck problems related to working overhead. Interventions would prove beneficial, however, continued working conditions involving repetitive stress to the neck would require constant attention.

I wish that a neck support like this would have been available earlier during my many years of practice. I am sure NeckAid would have help prevent the long term consequences of continued neck compression often resulting in early degenerative changes in the disc and posterior vertebral joints, shortening of the neck muscles which are resistant to neck pain treatment and decreased productivity at work.

That is why is proud to be an authorized distributor for NeckAid. It is a high quality product with quality people behind it and that is the kind of solution to neck problems that we strive to offer.

I am confident that this support can reduce the risk of prolonged neck extension injuries, improve worker safety, health and comfort, increase job performance, morale and productivity, while reducing lost workdays, thereby, reducing Workers’ Compensation costs.

NeckAid Fields of Use

Health Care: Occupational Therapy, Neck Injury – Prevention & Rehabilitation

Manufacturing: Automotive, Aircraft, All Overhead Assembly Personnel

Construction Trades: Painters, Electricians, Carpenters, Sheet Rockers, Ceiling Installers, HVAC Workers

Recreational Uses: Rock Climbers (Belayers Neck), Birdwatchers (Warblers Neck), Sailors (Trimmers Neck), Astronomers

Governmental Uses: City, State & Federal, Military Applications

Maintenance: Airline, Building, Transportation

Other Trades: Utility Crews, Tree Trimmers, Automotive Mechanics

NeckAid Instruction

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Because neck and shoulder pain is a common problem for those who work overhead with the arms elevated above the shoulders, a 2015 study in the journal Work examined the effects of working overhead in relation to height and distance. They found both height and distance of overhead work were problematic, however, height caused more increased activity of the neck and shoulder muscles than distance.

The authors used electromyography to test the muscles involved; the deltoid, anterior serratus, trapezius and sternocleidomastoid. These muscles are frequently a cause of neck and shoulder pain and working in overhead postures significantly increases the activity of these muscles.

For those who find it difficult or impossible to avoid working overhead, whether during daily activities or industrial tasks, the NeckAid neck support is highly recommended to reduce the risk factors for neck and shoulder pain.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact Neck Solutions.