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Cervico 2000 Neck Traction Device

$1,075.00

Cervical spine traction is a successful component of conservative pain management for patients exhibiting soft tissue disorders. The major goals of spinal traction include: pain relief, decreased pressure on cervical nerve roots, improved soft tissue extensibility

Cervical spine traction is a successful component of conservative pain management for patients exhibiting soft tissue disorders. The major goals of spinal traction include: pain relief, decreased pressure on cervical nerve roots, improved soft tissue extensibility

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Cervical spine traction is a successful component of conservative pain management for patients exhibiting soft tissue disorders.

The major goals of spinal traction include: pain relief, decreased pressure on cervical nerve roots, improved soft tissue extensibility (as indicated in pain-free range of motion), and reduction in painful, protective muscle activity.

With other cervical traction devices, patients often fail to comply with home traction regimens, or they find their self-treatment efforts to be counterproductive or uncomfortable. However,the Cervico 2000 is very user-friendly and enables patients to successfully manage their chronic condition from anywhere and at anytime, including at work, during leisure activities, and even on the go.

The Cervico 2000 concept offers doctors and physicians a range of business opportunities. Because it is so easy to use, these professionals can increase their income by treating more patients without additional manpower or by renting out or selling devices to chronic patients for at-home use._

The Cervico 2000 is a must have product for every chiropractic or physical therapy clinic. It is an excellent tool for advanced chiropractic management of cervicocephalic disorders, whiplash injuries, and more.

Indications for use of the Cervico 2000:_

Neck pain as a result of discogenic disorders, osteoarthritis, or degenerative changes in the cervical spine.

Whiplash injuries, usually as a result of a traffic accident (injuries which do not involve breakage or dislocation of the bones).

Torticollis as a result of rheumatic or muscular pain or spastic corticollis with a neurological basis.

ob-related neck pain (i.e. clerks, secretaries), prolonged computer use, sewing, etc.

Sports injuries (without breakage or dislocation).

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