Cervical Neck Traction Device
Dealing with a stiff neck? Enduring a sore back from sitting in front of the computer all day? Get instant pain relief with our Cervical Neck Traction Device
Your cervical spine will benefit from the physical treatment provided by this neck traction device, which features an ergonomic design. Two hook-and-loop straps on the front allow you to fine-tune the compression to your exact specifications. It’s also easy to deflate and carry, so you can take it with you on the go.
Relieves Cervical Tension and Pain
This Cervical Neck Traction Device is designed to alleviate discomfort and stress in the neck, providing you with customized support to the cervical spine, which helps alleviate headaches, stiffness, or dizziness. A long duration of sitting can lead to aches and pains, which can be alleviated with the help of this device.
Chronic Neck and Back Pain Relief
High-quality materials are used in the construction of this device, which may successfully provide spinal alignment and relief from chronic neck and back pain. You won't have to pay your chiropractor a visit with this simple neck traction pillow at home.
Comfy and Adjustable
Two velcro straps allow you to fine-tune the tension of this neck brace, ensuring that it doesn't suffocate you or snuff out your air. Extremely soft and breathable flocking material makes up the top layer, making it quite comfortable to wear.
Deflating the neck traction device and packing it into your bag or suitcase is easy and won't take up a lot of room. You can relieve pain at any time and place, without the need for any assembly. With this device, you can take your pain relief with you even on the go.
Using our Cervical Neck Traction Device 2-3 times per day 20-30 minutes per session can reduce pains caused by:
- Chronic neck pain caused by prolonged computer use or desk work
- Neck tension after sitting for long periods
- Headache and soreness caused by neck pain
- Herniated, compressed or bulged discs
- Pinched nerves
- Cervical neck spasms or neck strains
- Back and spinal decompression
- Cervical spondylosis