Inflatable Neck Traction Device Product Review For Fibromyalgia And Arthritis Chronic Pain

Inflatable neck traction device product review for muscle and joint pain from fibromyalgia and spondylitis.

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Neck pain is no joke! After months of bed rest from abdominal tearing, I quickly discovered a lack of muscle strength in my neck. Within a few hours of sitting upright, my head begins to feel like it is too big and heavy for my body.

While my neck muscles struggle to hold my head up, horribly painful muscle and joint tension begin building. Which leads to the inability to move my head from side to side or up and down.

To prevent neck pain from ruining my day-long visits to Disneyland, I purchased an inflatable neck traction device. Did it help? Find out here!

Could an inflatable neck traction device help with your chronic neck pain? Find out in this product review.
The Disabled Diva shares whether this inflatable neck traction device helped relief her chronic pain from fibromyalgia and arthritis.
The Disabled Diva reviews an inflatable neck traction device for muscle and joint pain from fibromyalgia and spondylitis.
The Disabled Diva tested out an inflatable neck traction device to combat neck pain from fibromyalgia and spondylitis (a form of psoriatic arthritis). Find out if it helped or not here in her product review!

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Are There Any Effective Treatments For Neck Pain?

Until recently, I was able to stop neck tension before it spiraled out of control with a few pain-relieving products. For daytime relief, I use an arnica salve and PEMF therapy. Evening and bedtime relief is achieved through my favorite magnesium-rich lotion and cannabis edibles.

With daytime tension getting worse, I looked into neck traction, specifically in a form that would allow me to treat my neck pain while on the go.

What Is Neck Traction?

Neck traction, also known as cervical traction, lifts the head from the neck, creating space and eliminating compression. It can be a part of a physical therapy program done at home or a doctor’s office.

Using a cervical traction device for aches in the neck can be a highly effective solution for the recovery process. It relieves pressure from joints and allows muscles to relax.

There are various forms of neck traction. For my specific need for pain relief on the go, I chose an inflatable traction device.

Neck traction is a non-evasive way to relieve arthritis, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, and muscle pain.

Benefits Of An Inflatable Neck Traction Device

The benefits of using an inflatable neck traction device for my neck pain are what attracted me to this product. First off, it was affordable! The second benefit is that it is easy to take with me. While deflated, it fits easily into my purse or on-the-go pain relief bag.

Take a peek into my pain bag here!

Another benefit is that it is easy to use. It inflates within seconds! And last but not least, it allows me to relieve pressure and pain before my neck seizes up. The ability to address this pain source in the beginning stages prevents my spending days recovering from more severe pain.

Dangers Of Cervical Traction

While more research needs to be done, there is no short-term use of cervical traction dangers. And while problems with this type of therapy are rare, it is not for everyone. People with certain health conditions like aortic aneurysm, pregnancy, osteoporosis, or a spinal cord tumor should not use it.

As always, talk to your doctor before beginning any new treatment.

Discontinue use of any neck traction device if during your session you experience any of the following symptoms.

  • Nerve pain in extremities
  • Headache
  • Numbness
  • Confusion
  • Vision loss
  • Seizures

Cervical Neck Traction Device For Instant Neck Pain Relief

What I love most about my inflatable device is that I can address this pain source immediately. In the past, having to wait increased my pain and extended recovery time. When handled quickly, pressure and tension are reduced within less than 30 minutes.

How Long Should I Wear The Device?

Inflatable neck traction devices may be used two to three times a day, with each session lasting no longer than 20-30 minutes. I personally experience relief anywhere between 15-30 minutes.



Not everyone will have the same results. The level of inflation will depend on your needs and the length of your neck. I have a short neck and will admit that the device isn’t the most comfortable, but the discomfort around my chin is a price worth paying to relieve my neck tension.

If you experience persistent cervical pain, then you may need to learn specific cervical traction exercises. Again, talk to your doctor to help you find a suitable device and treatment.

View the neck traction device I purchased here.

Check out Cocolime Fitness for exercise routines and programs that are safe for chronic pain and fatigue sufferers and those who hate how they feel from high-intensity, stressful workouts. Try it for free here!

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Published by Cynthia Covert

Diagnosed in 2001 with psoriasis, followed by fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, endometriosis, and later a botched hysterectomy turned her world upside down. Cynthia shares her experience, advice, and tips for how to make life with chronic pain easier and less painful.

2 thoughts on “Inflatable Neck Traction Device Product Review For Fibromyalgia And Arthritis Chronic Pain

  1. Sounds like a decent one to consider trying so I’m glad you’ve got one to help you when you need it. It’s certainly quite convenient so I wouldn’t mind giving it a go. xx

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