- Secure NeckFix™ Cervical Neck Traction Device around the neck and fasten the Velcro fasteners according to your neck size.
- Make sure that the collar is in a comfortable position and relax your neck muscles.
- Use the pump to inflate. You have to pump for at least 50 times (~1 minute) ! Usually around 70 - 80 pumps you can feel the traction, but all of this will depends from people to people from neck to neck.
- DO NOT OVERINFLATE IT!!! Overstretching may cause injury.
- Pump it till your chin and head rest on the device.
- Please keep your head straight when you use the device. You can stay on a couch or to a chair, and keep your head straight. If the head is inclined when you use the device, you can experience an uncomfortable feeling.
- To stop the air running through the tube, just look to the upper side of the tube (hose) and locate a small lump, there is a ball inside. Push the ball out of the socket and slide it through the tube (hose).
- Take off the pipe (just if you want to use the product without hanging around you the air pump)
- For very good results we recommend using the collar in a progressive manner.
- In the first week we recommend using 2 times a day for 10 to 15 minutes.
- Starting with the second week 2-3 times / day for 15-20 minutes.
- The collar pressure will be progressive, without exaggerating the elongation.
To enhance the traction effect of NeckFix™ Cervical Neck Traction Device, keep your neck relaxed and inflate the device slowly.
Do not sleep with the neck traction on.
Kids are not suggested to use the device alone.
Not to be used by person with cardiovascular or cerebrovascular diseases.
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There are many causes of neck pain, not all of which can be helped by a neck traction device.
- Consult your doctor or physical therapist to find out if a neck traction device is right for you before you buy one.
- Always read the neck traction device’s instructions before using it.
- If the neck traction device is causing you pain, stop using it and consult with your doctor or physical therapist.
- Ask your doctor or physical therapist how many pounds of pressure you should be using.
- Store your neck traction device somewhere out of the way when you are not using it to keep it from being damaged
If you’ve recently had neck surgery, you shouldn’t use a neck traction device until you are fully recovered.