- Promotes relaxation.
- Reduces stress and tension.
- Reduces, if not eliminates, the need for costly pain medication.
- Aids in returning to normal sleeping habits.
- Reduces the effects of aging on the spine due to gravity.
- Aids in returning normal neck mobility, flexibility and range of motion.
- May postpone or eliminate surgical intervention for cervical disc disease.
- Aids in returning the spine to its anatomical posture.
In summary, for those individuals who have no medical
condition to prevent its use and have the noted conditions
that will benefit from cervical traction, the Neckpro
will provide these positive realities.
Neckpro is an easy-to-use traction device that can be used at home to significantly reduce neck pain.
Millions of people suffer from neck pain every day, sometimes immobilizing them almost completely.
Neck pain can be caused by traumatic injury from strain, whiplash, or a fracture. However, it also may be caused from sitting too long at a desk or computer; driving long distances; poor posture; improper sleeping habits; and from everyday physical, mental, and, especially, emotional stress.
Neck pain results from muscle spasm or tension that causes narrowing of the spaces between the vertebrae. This stricture places pressure on the nerves in the area, a condition commonly known as a pinched nerve.
Thatís where Neckpro comes in. Neckpro is a device that applies cervical traction, stretching muscles and forcing them to relax. The result is to effectively break the neck pain/spasm cycle.
Invented by a practicing physician, who is board-certified in Emergency Medicine, Neckpro is an over-the-door cervical traction unit for home use. It is safe and effective when used as directed to relieve pain associated with:
- Cervical disc herniation;
- Cervical radiculopathy;
- Neck strain;
- Pinched nerve in the upper spine with associated pain radiating down upper extremities;
- Tension, and/or tightness (muscle spasm) in muscles of the upper back, shoulders, and neck and/or resulting insomnia or tension headaches; and