Posture Pump Spine Trainer Cervical Spine Trainer Model 1000
Posture Pump Spine Trainer Cervical Spine Trainer Model 1000 gradually lifts, stretches and separates the neck and back joints within their proper curved shape. Because the spine is stretched and curved over uniquely angled air cells, compression is removed from your discs and nutrient-rich fluid can now be absorbed.
Posture Pump Spine Trainer Cervical Spine Trainer Model 1000 Features
- Gets to explanation for neck stiffness & discomfort fast
- Patented up & down motion promotes disc lubrication & joint nutrition
- Dramatically reinforces the cervical curve
- Lightweight, portable, simple to operate & travel with
- Beautifully crafted, manufactured in america and created to last
- Found in over 500,000 cases worldwide
- One month Return and 180 day Warranty
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. I've heard that using ice on the sore back is a great thing, can I put it to use while on the Posture Pump?
A. Yes. When using the Posture Pump cervical spine trainer you can put a cold gel pack over one of the air cells, usually the cheapest pouch, is recommended to speed recovery from stiffness and discomfort. Chronic stiffness and discomfort usually takes 30-60 days or maybe more to adequately subside. Make sure you cover the gel pack with cloth; never place gel pack directly against skin! Consult your doctor ahead of beginning any exercise regime.
Q. Can i stretch or perform a warm-up before you begin the Posture Pump?
A. Yes, please be certain to read and do as instructed in your specific Posture Pump model, including the warm-up and follow all cautions on instruction sheet.
Q. I'm interested in the Posture Pump Cervical Spine Trainer (Model 1000) but I dont like any pressure against my chin or jaw and my better half can't stand too much pressure against his forehead, is the head restraint adjustable?
A. Yes! The initial Dual-Pull restraint could be adjusted for too much forehead pressure by sliding the chin strap more snugly onto the chin and sliding the forehead strap more toward the hairline. Reverse this course of action for additional forehead pressure and less chin pressure. For those who have TMJ (jaw) weakness or cannot will have pressure in your chin, simply relocate the complete strap/restraint in to the forward open slots about the frame and unsnap the chin restraint from each side (leaving merely the forehead section). This will eliminate jaw and chin pressure.
Q. The top restraint/strap on my Posture Pump Cervical Spine Trainer (Model 1000) has gotten dirty. How do you fix it?
A. Simply wipe it down with a wet/damp cloth. When it is really dirty you might take away the strap and soak it within the sink with some soap and lay it out to dry every day and night. Be certain to replace the restraint/strap back into the appropriate slots about the frame when ready to use.
Posture Pump Spine Trainer Cervical Spine Trainer Model 1000 Indications: Neck pain, Muscle tension, Severe lower back pain, lumbar pain, misaligned vertebrae
Special Note: (Please Read Carefully)
In most cases, a health care professional needs to be consulted before beginning any exercise regime. Make sure you browse the instructions and cautions sheet just before use and keep exerciser out from the reach of youngsters.
"After surgery, I endured pain for three years. I was always stiff and sore. I discovered concerning the Posture Pump in a seminar in October 1997. After just 3 months useful, I had been amazed to locate that we was painless and able to move without restrictions. Also, my energy level continues to be dramatically increased. Miracles do happen!"
- Bill McCarthy, Medical Equipment Representative, Jackson, New Jersey
"I happen to be a Registered Physical Therapist for 18 years. I started with all the Posture Pump over 24 months ago and also have thought it was an extremely effective spinal mobilizer. As life spans are extended, I can not think about some thing important compared to the dependence on a simple, effective approach to enhancing joint movement. It's the first truly new development I've come across in years."
- Rene Cervi, R.P.T., Medford, Oregon