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How to use Pro-lordotic Neck Exerciser

Feb 24

How to use Pro-lordotic Neck Exerciser

Every activity we perform these days puts our necks in an uncomfortable position or makes it worse. It doesn't matter if you are texting, working, or playing games and our necks start to stretch, pro-lordotic neck exerciser is among them.

Pro-Lordotic Neck Exerciser is a progressive resistance device that tracts the cervical spine's normal lordosis. The cervical spine is extended continuously. is performed during this five-minute structural/postural correction home or office treatment session.

The only home exercise machine that provides rehabilitative stretching for the cervical anterior structures is this device for home use. It allows you to stretch out thinned discs and break up scar tissue. It also can be used for strengthening the important cervical flexors in the anterior region of the cervical spine. Studies have shown that this can improve head posture, reduce neck pain and assist with headaches.


Basic Neck Exercise for Pro-Lordotic Neck

  • Hold the pro-lordotic neck exerciser behind your neck. Your palms should be pointing outward. Then, you can extend your arms in the direction of forwarding motion and then ease your neck.

  • Extend your arms fully and pull your neck forward. Take your arms off in case you feel any discomfort in the neck or upper back. You will go further and further without feeling pain over time.

  • When your neck is stretched to the lower part and your arms extended, you can extend your head forward. This will stretch out your neck muscles. If you don't feel any pain, only return your head until it is fully extended. Stop extending your head if you feel pain.

  • You can extend your arms slightly forward and backward by extending your head. This will create a "pumping motion."

  • Start by pulling downwards onto the lower part of your neck with the neck exerciser. After 3-4 repetitions you can alter the angle of your pull so that it is pulling across the middle of your neck. Your arms should be bent upwards about 15 degrees. After 3 to 4 repetitions, change the angle of a pull until your neck is pulled upwards. Your arms should be angled approximately 30 degrees upward.


What are your Options?

There are three options for the Pro-lordotic neck exerciser. The Red Easy Pull is the first. This is for those with weak grip strength, such as young children or those who are elderly.


The Blue Medium Pull could be the next. The pull is intended for small adult females as well as larger adult males. The Green Strong Pull is the final choice.


This is the best option and best suited for adult males as well as strong adult females.


To find the right one, first, you be able to determine your grip strength. To be more effective you'll require a more powerful neck exerciser. Finally, you'll be able to move on to the next thing as the strength of your grip increases.


It is Effective?

In time, you'll be able to see improvements in your posture.


What to attend after you start the neck exercises pro-lordotic

It is common to experience soreness in the upper and lower back when you first start the exercises. The soreness in the muscles should not last longer than a couple of hours. Your reaction may be more intense if you're performing the exercises too fast or often. Your post-exercise pain will not be reduced by reducing the number of repetitions or forces. Consult your Chiropractor.


If you experience vertigo, dizziness, or loss of consciousness, do not make use of the Pro-lordotic neck exercises. Additionally, if you suffer from an infirm neck, spinal cancer surgery fusion or stroke, or damaged neck, do NOT utilize the Pro-lordotic neck workout.



There are many ways to ease this pain. Most popular is the Pro-lordotic Neck Exerciser. It's a strap of resistance that you can place around your neck that promises to help align your spine.

Finlayson Family Chiropractic

6201 Pacific Ave STE A, Tacoma, WA 98408

(253) 302–3750

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