What do neurosurgeons recommend for neck and lower back pain as an alternative to surgery?

Most people suffer from some type of neck or back pain at some time in their life. However, it’s usually not chronic, and either goes away on its own, or is relieved with the help of some type of physical therapy. But what do neurosurgeons recommend for neck and lower back pain as an alternative to surgery (learn more).

Alternative treatment for neck and lower back pain
Some neurosurgeons are now recommending Posture Pump products to help relieve neck and lower back pain. The Posture Pump Disc Hydrator is one of the most effective options, for reducing neck and lower back pain. The device works to decompress the spine and lubricate the discs, in order to improve range of motion, and restore flexibility.

It only takes a few minutes each day for the Posture Pump Disc Hydrator to hydrate the discs, and restore the natural neck curve.

How it works
The Disc Hydrator uses the patented Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression (EED) technology. EED involves the release of elliptical shaped air cells into the joints of the neck and spine. These cells help to separate the joints, and pull fluid back into the discs.

The up and down motion of the Disc Hydrator helps separate the muscles and ligaments, and this increases the space between the discs. As a result, there is a noticeable improvement in range of motion, and also a reduction in pain.

If you are bothered with pain or stiffness in the neck or back, visit our website at www.posturepump.com to learn more about the Posture Pump Disc Hydrator, and the other products we retail online to help with neck and back pain.

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