Electric Neck Massager, 6 Modes and 6 Gears Massage Intensities Cervical Vertebra Massage Device, Suitable for Shoulder Neck Hand Waist Leg(#1)

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Electric Neck Massager, 6 Modes and 6 Gears Massage Intensities Cervical Vertebra Massage Device, Suitable for Shoulder Neck Hand Waist Leg(#1)

Electric Neck Massager, 6 Modes and 6 Gears Massage Intensities Cervical Vertebra Massage Device, Suitable for Shoulder Neck Hand Waist Leg(#1)

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Key specs – Device type: Cane; Massage type: Pressure point; Heat option: No; Intensity/speed settings : None There’s no storage pouch provided so we recommend keeping the box it comes in, but for the price, it’s a solid choice for a versatile home massager that can be used practically anywhere on the body. The top piece is a bit bulky and might be difficult to position at first, but once you figure it out you’ll be amazed at the quality of massage this product provides. We love the 15-minute auto shutoff, which allows you to completely relax knowing the VIKTOR JURGEN won’t overheat. It’s also compact and portable, making it a great option if you want to bring it along on a flight or to the office.

Although it’s on the pricier side, the chair comes with a 30-day return option if you’re not fully satisfied. Heat : Using a heat setting will help to further relax tight muscles by increasing blood flow to the target area. Zachary Woolever, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, a board-certified clinical specialist in orthopedics and clinic director of Pivot Physical Therapy in College Park, Maryland HUGEWORTH is a leading manufacturer on comprehensive thermal, temperature sensing and control, and flexible circuit solutions for medical, aerospace, defense, oil and gas, power generation ,household and other high-reliability applications. When using a cervical vertebra massager, it is important to follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer. It is also important to start out slowly, and to increase the intensity of the massage over time.https://www.arthritis.org/health-wellness/healthy-living/managing-pain/pain-relief-solutions/heat-therapy-helps-relax-stiff-joints Massage and trigger point therapy can help through two mechanisms. First, it works through neurophysiological means, as the pressure from the massage signals the muscle to relax and decrease resting tone or guarding,” he says. “Secondly, this repeated on/off pressure from the massage or trigger point therapy helps pump more blood flow into the region, therefore delivering more oxygen and reversing many of the effects of the acidic environment.” The most effective evidence-based treatment for cervical DDD presently eludes scholarly research. There are sources suggesting the need for further research; particularly for randomized clinical trials ( 5, 7). This is specifically the case for complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Massage therapy, chiropractic, physical therapy, self-care, and the use of analgesic medication are among the most common conservative management strategies; whereas, in some cases, surgery is required. However, since there are no currently published treatment guidelines ( 12), the question then becomes: Where does treatment start? When using a cervical vertebra massager, it is important to make sure that the device is used in the correct way. Placing the device in the wrong position can actually cause more pain and discomfort than relief. The following are the correct ways to use a cervical vertebra massager:

Cervical vertebra massager is a small, hand-held device that is used to massage the cervical vertebrae. The device is simple to use and can be prepared for use in just a few minutes. The cervical vertebra massager can be used daily, but should not be used for more than 10 minutes at a time. Adjusting Settings and Intensity Levels

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McFeeters, S., et al. (2016). Massage, a complementary therapy effectively promoting the health and well-being of older people in residential care settings: A review of the literature. Though this case report does successfully establish a modest positive treatment outcome for this particular client, without comparison data, it has obvious limitations. Another issue inherent in this case study involves the measurement of cervical ROM, which was done visually each treatment; Vizniak ( 25) would suggest conducting this measurement using an inclinometer or goniometer. In future studies, it would be interesting to know which massage technique(s) created the changes in the symptoms for the client, (neuromuscular, fascial, or cervical traction), although determining this may be challenging. The breathing patterns of the client should have been investigated more thoroughly for the purposes of this case study. Upper-chest breathing would lead to shortened accessory breathing muscles ( 26) and could lead to an increase in improper posture, which could aggravate the clients condition. Educating the client in diaphragmatic breathing should be emphasized in future studies. Research from 2017 indicates that massage, including self-massage, can provide short-term pain reduction and benefits such as stress relief. In addition, there’s evidence that the relaxation produced by massage therapy can help reduce pain.



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