What is Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression (EED®)?

Many Americans suffer from pain and stiffness in the neck and back, and more of them are using therapeutic options rather than drugs, to find relief. One of the most effective choices is the Posture Pump Disc Hydrator, which is a   device that is powered by Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression (EED). But what is Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression (EED®)? And why is it so effective.

Chronic neck and back pain are often the result of conditions such as sciatica and degenerative disc disease of the spine. Disc degeneration refers to the wear and tear on the discs. As you age the discs lose hydration and so they become drier, and are more susceptible to deterioration. The Posture Pump Disc Hydrator with EED can rehydrate the discs, and restore normal spinal function.

What is Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression?
EED is a type of decompression therapy developed by Posture Pump. EED pushes elliptical shaped air cells into the neck and back. This action forces the bulging disc material toward the nucleus pulposus, (the inner core of the vertebral disc), and eases the pressure on the surrounding spinal cord and nerves. As the air cells contract and expand, fluid is pushed into the vertebrae, and the discs are rehydrated.

The Posture Pump disc hydrator with EED is increasingly being employed as a viable option to more traditional treatment methods such as linear traction. Why? It does not remove the natural curves of the spine, which are vital to optimal spinal function. In fact, studies carried out indicate that Posture Pump disc hydrator actually improves the cervical curve.

If you are interested in learning more about Posture Pump products, and how they can help relieve neck and back pain, check out the testimonials at www.posturepump.com/product-reviews.

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