Dr. Kennedy Neck Deck-
- Helps with long-term pain relief
- Improved Spinal Structure
- Posture Improvement
- Cervical Curve Restoration
Dr. Kennedy Neck Deck
Unique and Effective Design: The Neck Deck’s contoured foam base places the patient in an ideal position for traction treatment with important anterior translation of the torso and posterior translation of the skull. Other traction units that require lying on the floor or another flat surface are unable to create the important posterior translation.
Finding the Comfort: The Neck Deck allows patients new to extension therapy to ease into their traction treatment. Patients begin by lying on the contoured foam base for a few minutes each day. As they become more comfortable (usually within a week’s time), comfortable (usually within a week’s time), comfortable (usually within a week’s time), patients can add short inflation sessions with the neck roll and finally add the forehead strap with greater inflation force for a longer duration.
Feeling the Difference: Local discomfort, but not pain, can be expected. It is important to begin extension therapy with several, in-office, supervised sessions. This will ensure proper use and tolerance of the unit for continued treatment at home.
Sitting Position: During home use, the Neck Deck can be used upright in a backed chair. After a few days, patients can begin to incorporate the inflatable roll. For greater extension, add the forehead-tensioning strap by placing over the forehead and pulling tight. This will create a slight pressure from the unit and a defined extension of the skull.
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what would be the best cevical traction and therapeutic device for herniated disk C4-C7. Thanks
Asked on Aug 9, 2012 12:09:22 PM by Marie from Florida
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Part Number(s): 860 0091
Mfg Part Number(s): BAK-448
Scrip Part Number(s): 860 0091
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