Orthopedic Traction Headrest

Best Price

The orthopedic traction headrest effectively treats headaches and neck pain and can be cooled in the freezer or heated in the microwave

FDA registered orthopedic traction headrest clinically designed as a natural remedy for headaches, including migraines as well as upper cervical pain.

Orthopedic Traction Headrest For Headache & Neck Pain Relief

More than fifty thousand Americans deal with chronic headache and neck discomfort. Individuals spend hundreds, countless dollars every year on therapy & solutions that could not give genuine discomfort relief consisting of medications and doctor visits.

The headache hammock is an orthopedic traction headrest is the natural remedy for headaches, certain types of migraines, as well as neck ache and muscle strain. It is modeled after a common therapy strategy, called the occipital lifting. Exercised by medical professionals and specialists for decades, this maneuver has actually been used scientifically to relax muscle strain in the upper cervical area.

Studies have actually revealed this muscular strain might be a leading cause of headaches related to the neck, including migraines and also neck ache. The design mimics this treatment enabling headache and neck pain sufferers to consistently and efficiently address this in the ease and comfort of your own home or while taking a trip. The specialized higher thickness of foam also enables the headrest to be heated or cooled to enhance its healing impact.

Orthopedic Traction Headrest & Neck Discomfort

Neck ache is a common problem, with two thirds of the populace developing neck ache eventually in their lives.

orthopedic traction headrest

Neck pain may arise as a result of muscular tightness in the neck triggering inflammation of the nerves surrounding the cervical spine. Joint disorder in the vertebra of the neck develops support problems which can also be a cause of neck muscle strain.

The Orthopedic Traction Headrest could assist easing neck discomfort by lifting this muscle stress utilizing an occipital lifting. By positioning your head appropriately on the device, the specialized higher thickness foam will raise the head and set in motion the rear of the head called the occiput, enabling the head to float, while at the same time using mild pressure to the muscle stress in the neck. The muscular strain will loosen up and the head will settle in to the hammock of the device when this develops. Oftentimes, both persistent and intense neck ache will improve quickly and when regularly used, the Orthopedic Traction Headrest might lessen neck ache completely.

Orthopedic Traction Headrest – Neck Ache and Headache

It is not unheard of to have a headache and neck ache at the same time. If you have actually been experiencing neck discomfort in addition to your headaches, there is a likelihood both are related. Muscle stress in the neck can trigger irritation of nerves that go to both the head along with the neck creating headaches including migraine headaches in addition to neck pain.

There are numerous types of headaches varying from tension headaches to migraine headaches. With each of these there can be a typical element, cervical muscle stress. This muscular tension causes restricted vertebra in the neck and irritation of the joints of the cervical vertebrae and surrounding muscular groups. It can also cause irritability to the nerves that supply the head and upper neck area to cause an assortment of headaches and also neck aches.

providing occipital release

  • Relaxes Muscular tissue Tension Naturally.
  • Lower Your Dependency on Medicine.
  • Simple to Utilize, Safe, Proven Effective and Portable
  • Warm it in the microwave or Cool it in the freezer to enhance its healing result.
  • Manage Pain in 10 to 15 Minutes.
  • Use, at House or while Traveling.
  • Addresses not just the Manifestations but the Cause too.
  • Lay back, relax, really feel better!

Orthopedic Traction Headrest Instructions

instructions 11. Position the device on a sturdy surface area, sturdy bed or floor.

2. Rest on the headrest with a cushion under your knees, which are bent.

3. Place the highest round section under the rear of your head where it connects with the muscles of your upper neck.

4. You ought to now really feel pressure under the back of your head in the upper cervical neck musculature and your head could seem as though it is floating over the base of the unit. Muscle pressure might create a slight aching till the muscle strain eases.

5. Allow your neck and head to unwind by a slight tilting of your chin upwards and allowing the relaxation of you head weight. As your upper neck muscles unwind, your head naturally glides in to the base hammock.

6. The start of relaxation may take 3 to 10 minutes relying on just how much muscle strain there is in the neck. Right now your problem or neck discomfort should start to decline.

instructions 27. You could remain in this loosened up state til your headache and neck pain feels much better. You may additionally, as soon as your muscular tissues relax, rotate the head and treat muscle tension factors on both sides of the top neck areas. Hold tension on these areas for around 10 to 30 seconds til the muscular tissue seems like it eases or relieves, treating the muscles up and down both sides of your top neck areas. After treating the areas on each side, place the head back into the center and unwind for approximately 5 more minutes hence ending the therapy.

8. Each procedure should take around 10 to 15 mins.

9. Utilize your orthopedic traction headrest whenever you experience a headache or neck discomfort, yet additionally as a preventative procedure to urge continuous relaxation of the upper neck area.

Author Bio

Dr. Steve has treated thousands of neck, shoulder and back conditions since graduating Chiropractic College in 1987 and during his involvement in Martial Arts. He holds certifications as a Peer Review Consultant, in Physiological Therapeutics, Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy, and specialized further in Myofascial Release Techniques. No longer in active practice, he authors articles for NeckSolutions and works with special products for ALS patients as well as other neuromuscular conditions.