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Cervical Traction Device Instructions 

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Utility: Patient-controlled Jeiar Neck Traction Device for the management of chronic neck-shoulder pain is designed to helps “clamped” neck muscles to gently stretch and relax, enabling misaligned vertebrae (which are pressing down on spinal nerve root tissue) to return to their normal.

Step #1, secure the device around your neck and close the Velcro.


Step #2, fasten the air-release screw before pumping.


Step #3, use the inflation pump to SLOWLY raise the pressure to a comfortable stretch.

Hand pump until your neck is resting comfortably.


Step #4, for maximum effectiveness use 2-3 times daily for 20 to 25 minutes session each use.


Important: The Neck Traction Device by JEIAR should never cause pain. A some slight discomfort or stretching sensation may be felt during treatment. If pain is increased in the neck, arms, back or legs, or if you experience nausea, dizziness or any other type of pain or discomfort during or after treatment, discontinue use immediately and consult your physician provider before further use.
Recommended For Use


The Cervical Neck Traction Device is intended to treat a musculoskeletal or neurological impairment of the cervical spine to relieve pain, relax muscle spasms, and decompress spinal structures.


Not Recommended For Use
Cervical Traction should be avoided in any condition of the cervical spine where movement can aggravate the condition or result in spinal instability, spinal injury and/or nerve root injury at risk for causing paralysis or ischemia.


Please check with your physician or healthcare provider if you have any questions about Jeiar Neck Traction Device, including its proper use.

            Optional Treatment

In case of inflammation of the painful area around the neck, physicians may prescribe that use the cold therapy. As a general guideline, it is best to apply cold therapy to your neck in the first 48 hours following your lower neck injury.


Cold therapy constricts the blood vessels and reduces blood flow to the injury. The reduced blood flow limits the amount of fluid that pools around the injury, which prevents or minimizes swelling and bruising. Cold therapy helps to numb the nerve endings, which decreases the pain messages sent to the brain.
Then, 48 hours after the pain appeared, use a hot bag to accelerate the healing of cervical pain. Blood flows faster and healing accelerates. Soon your neck and back will feel much better without all the pain you usually fee.


Not Recommended for use heat or cold packs:


- over areas of skin that are in poor condition.
- over areas of skin with poor sensation to heat or cold.
- over areas of the body with known poor circulation.
- if you have diabetes.
- in the presence of infection.

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