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RelieveCervical Traction Neck, Shoulder and Upper Back Device


Retail: R700

The ultimate solution for revolutionary relief and relaxation. This innovative device seamlessly combines ergonomic design with soothing massage functionality to help you alleviate tension and stress in your neck, shoulder, and upper back regions, making it a must-have for anyone battling headaches, cervical syndrome, or base-of-the-skull aches.

How To Use:

  • Find a comfy spot to sit or lie down, like your bed, sofa, floor, or chair.
  • Position the neck support at your neck's center, and adjust it up or down for your ideal comfort level.
  • Gently let your neck relax into the support, while bending your knees and placing a hand on your head.
  • Take slow, deep breaths and watch your posture improve as the device works its magic.
  • To avoid any discomfort, move the device slightly every few minutes for a balanced experience.

Please note:

  • Start with short 5-minute sessions, gradually extending them as you get more at ease with the device.
  • If you ever feel pain, stop using it and consult a healthcare professional. Your comfort and well-being come first!
Product Features
  • Ergonomic design to alleviate tension and stress, targeting headaches, cervical syndrome, and base-of-the-skull aches
  • Specifically designed for relieving neck, shoulder, and upper back pain
  • C-shaped corrector for optimal spine support
  • Upper back massage area for relaxation and trigger point therapy
  • Versatile for home, office, and travel use
  • Waterproof for easy cleaning
  • User-friendly 
Product Specifications 
  • Material: Polyurethane & Foam
  • Dimensions: 38 x 21 x 12cm
  • Colour: Blue
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