The Pronex pneumatic cervical traction device works to provide anatomically correct traction by cradling the head and neck on a couple of foam cushions. One of the cushions supports the base of the head while the other provides support to the shoulder area.
Inflation & Cushions
The inflated bellows offer thirty-five pounds of adjustable traction. As it expands, it gently raises and supports the head, in order to maintain an even stretch in the back and front of the cervical discs.
This device is available without a prescription and can provide neck and back pain sufferers with immediate relief from ongoing pain and tension.
This model features an innovative design unlike other cervical traction devices on the market, giving the wearer more control over traction pressure and overall comfort.
Pronex Pneumatic Cervical Traction Device Analysis: An Answer to Neck Pain
When using the Pronex, you’ll have complete control over the amount of traction used by squeezing a bulb that increases pressure or using a release knob to reduce it. Making adjustments to the pressure level is quick and easy.
Neck pain is caused by pressure placed on the nerves. Inflammation in this area occurs due to a misaligned spine or built-up degeneration.
This device can treat a wide range of symptoms including joint changes, herniated discs, arthritis, hypomobility, nerve impingement, joint pain, muscle spasms, spondylolysis, ligament encroachment, spinal nerve root swelling, osteophyte encroachment, spondylolisthesis and narrowing foramen.
Upper Back Pain
If you work long hours at a desk, you may experience upper back pain and neck stiffness that’s often caused by misaligned neck posture due to the neck curve straightening or flattening and protruding forward. Wearing this cervical device at night can help alleviate the pain and reduce the amount of stiffness that sets in after continuous hours on the computer.
Pros and Cons
Pros: No assembly required and restraint-free, this device is easy to use and provides immediate relief. No prescription is required. It’s comfortable to wear, which encourages regular use.
Cons: Because no prescription is required patients in need of medical attention may use the device as the sole form of treatment. This device should only be used by consumers who have already consulted a physician regarding neck or back pain and should not be used in place of medical attention.