Necksaviour Cervical Traction Device

How Can Necksaviour Cervical Traction Device Help You?

Cervical spine problems are often the reason for chronic symptoms from neck pain, headaches, shoulder and upper back pain. It is crucial not to ignore these symptoms, and evidence shows that early treatments like using Necksaviour Cervical Traction Device can have many benefits. A 2016 study in BMC Health Services Research journal evaluated 1,531 patients for early management of neck pain and found that it can actually improve patient outcomes, decrease pain and disability compared to delaying management.

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While ongoing therapy visits can be time consuming and costly, Neck Savior is an easy to use cervical traction device that can be used anytime and anywhere. Weighing only ounces, it can provide a stretch that can reduce stress on nerves, ligaments and discs – without pumps or electric cords! The goal is to be part of the management using a home treatment program for neck pain that reduces use of medications, is safe, affordable, easy to use, and effective.

How Does Necksaviour Accomplish This?

It provides a method of treatment often employed for neck pain relief by Therapists and Chiropractors called cervical traction. By using traction with the award wining Necksaviour, tension mechanically produced by folding the device and allowing the natural force to produce a pleasant stretch. This stretch relaxes muscles, improves blood flow, expands bulging discs and irritated joints, while removing pressure from pain sensitive nerves that have been pinched.

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Who uses Necksaviour?

Traction has well established reputation for being an effective means to address relief for neck pain neck conditions, therefore, Physical Therapists and Chiropractors often use it as an in-office treatment, as well as prescribing home treatment for benefits beyond the office.

Typically, this has meant either expensive, heavy equipment, or cheaper over door water bags that hook up to a harness around the head and jaw. Specific stretching provides counter-forces to harmful compression involved in disc problems, degenerative discs, joint irritation resulting in arthritis by gently pulling apart the spinal bones or vertebrae of the cervical spine.

What Kind of Pain Can Be Relieved By Using Traction?

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It is always imperative to have any neck pain condition evaluated by a health care professional. Often pain from the back or sides of the neck that radiate or may go into the shoulder blade area may be helped with traction. Other conditions that may be helped by the safe range of traction forces used by the Neck Saviour are related to pinched nerves, which can cause pain in the arm as well as numbness or tingling in the arm or hand called radiculopathy. This condition is often effected by neck movements and positions, as is neck related headaches.

Traction helps to decompress the spine, alleviating pressure from disc damage, while opening the space and creating a negative pressure aiding in spinal disc healing and rejuvenation. This same force is also used to relieve pain from muscle tension, postural strain, arthritic joints from work, leisure and sports activities like cycling, and more.

Why Use Necksaviour Cervical Traction Device?

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We know early treatment is beneficial, so once you are cleared by a health care professional, it is a device that can be used at home as often as you like and depending on how you respond. Some like long treatment sessions, and some like short sessions throughout the day. Whatever your preference, Necksaviour, a multiple design award winning device, will perform at home, office, or when traveling without batteries, cords or pumps. Nothing to wrap around your head, jaw or to tie you down. Affordable, quick, easy and effective neck pain relief.

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Author Bio

Stephen Ornstein, D.C. has treated thousands of neck, shoulder and back conditions since graduating Sherman Chiropractic College in 1987 and during his involvement in Martial Arts. He holds certifications as a Peer Review Consultant from New York Chiropractic College, Physiological Therapeutics from National Chiropractic College, Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy from Dr. Hanne Albert, PT., MPH., Ph.D., Myofascial Release Techniques from Logan Chiropractic College, and learned Active Release Technique from the founder, P. Michael Leahy, DC, ART, CCSP.