What exactly is Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression, and how can it treat neck and back pain?

If you suffer from persistent neck and back pain, you probably treat it with painkillers or focused exercise. However, therapeutic devices that use decompression treatment are another effective way to alleviate cervical pain.  The Back Disc Hydrator by Posture Pump uses Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression (EED) to give you much needed pain relief. If you are not sure what exactly Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression is, you can find out about it here.

Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression Explained

EED is a specific type of decompression therapy that involves the use of ellipsoidal air cells to separate the spinal discs, in order to alleviate neck and back pain.  EED is delivered via the Back Disc Hydrator, which is an inflatable, cervical device.

How EED works to ease back pain

Patients use a hand held pump to release the ellipsoidal air cells from the Back Disc Hydrator. The device separates the joints in the lordotic spinal region. As the air cells expand and contract within the lordotic spine, the joints are decompressed and aligned in a curved formation. The movement of the air cells also helps to hydrate the discs, and this in turn leads to pain reduction.

When the air pressure is maintained at a constant level for a period of at least 15 minutes, it helps to mold the spine into an ellipsoidal (curved) shape. The Back Disc Hydrator is considered very safe, and does not affect the normal curves of the spine in any way.

The patented EED technology is widely used to treat neck and back pain, and has been shown to provide clinical improvement in most patients. In addition to reducing pain, it also improves postural irregularities. You can learn more about Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression and the Back Disc Hydrator, by going to www.posturepump.com.

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