Medicine is always evolving and so is the technology linked. Modern-day chiropractors employ efficient technology solutions to further solidify the effectiveness of their practice. More often than not people suffer from posture issues. Due to long hours in the work chair and then bad postures on the dinner table, or even while sleeping. There’s barely a consequential effort made to fix it since we’re so busy. Only when it becomes a painful issue do we care to visit a doctor and then depend on pain-killing medication to work through it.

Posture is everything

Posture pump is our go-to solution for all such problems. It effectively decompresses shapes and hydrates the joints and discs in the neck and back. The one in all solution for all posture rooted issues. A completely noninvasive and drug-free treatment cycle that the best neurosurgeons in the world recommend it.

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How does a posture pump works?
With the easy to use hand pumps and specifically angled air cells – expansion and contraction of these air cells create an alternating hydration of the spinal discs and joints. Postural restoration occurs when the air cells are left inflated for longer time periods like 15 to 20 minutes.
How long will it take before the results can be seen?
Everybody is different. Some people might feel an immediate relief and a decrease in symptoms right away after usage. And for others it depends on their symptoms and issues and may take a longer time and experience a gradual relief from symptoms over time, but only if they stick with the usage schedule.
Is there any research on posture pump?
YES there is! 2 IRB Approved MRI Studies were conducted by Dr. C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., neurosurgeon, researcher and author with the purpose of researching on the posture pump. These studies showed that the Posture Pump decompressed, shaped and lubricated the discs and joints of the spine and also showed a disc bulge resorption. One study also compared it to a commonly used form of traction it improved the cervical (neck) curve in 72% of the study subjects as compared to the 8%, who used the commonly used traction device. Posture Pump also increased the average disc height in the subjects by a factor of twice as much in the commonly used form of traction. Dr. Shealy stated that “Considering the cost, effectiveness and ease of therapy, use of a Posture Pump is now the first choice of treatment for any sort of cervicogenic pain or headache.”
How often should I use posture pump?
You may use the Posture Pump at the minimum of 2-3 times a week and if needed daily use can also be done. Some people find the usage of a Posture Pump® at night, to be helpful for them in relaxing and sleeping better. Others find its morning use to be rejuvenating and it increases the range of motion and relieves the stiffness for the whole day. People who work out or play sports greatly benefit by the use of a Posture Pump for a few minutes before and after their workout, and it really helps in relieving painful neck and back stiffness, which is endured after their workout.
Can anyone use posture pump?

No, it shouldn’t be used in the case of the following conditions:

  • Fracture
  • Spinal instability
  • Spinal cord compression
  • Serious pathology, disease or malignancy
  • Implanted spinal hardware
  • Have had spinal surgery
  • Acute traumatic injury
  • Extruded disc fragments
  • Inflammatory disease and/or infections
  • Spreading and/or aggravation of your symptoms
  • Do not use if you are pregnant
  • Do not use without first consulting your doctor as certain specific joint, nerve, disc, vascular and other disorders or weaknesses might get aggravated.