Non-surgical spinal decompression has traditionally been a popular treatment for pain in the neck and lower back. However, modern devices like the Cervical Disc Hydrator by Posture Pump are also proving to be very effective alternatives. The Disc Hydrator uses patented technology (EED) to treat cervical pain. But how can Expanding Ellipsoidal Decompression, (EED), eliminate back pain.
How the Disc Hydrator works
The Cervical Disc Hydrator is a home-based therapy that can be self-administered.
Patients rest their head on the pump and then inflate it. As the pump inflates, it puts upward pressure on the spine, and this helps to realign the joints back into their normal position.
Expanding Ellipsoidal Compression
EED is a type of spinal compression therapy. It decompresses and aligns the joints in the cervical and lumbar regions of the spine. It has elliptical shaped air cells that expand within the curves of the neck and back, resulting in joint separation. The continued expansion and contraction of the air cells facilitates the release of spinal fluid, and hydrates the spine.
When pressure is maintained for a period of 15 to 20 minutes, the spine is molded into the curved shape, and over time posture is restored.
Posture pump with EED for the treatment of back pain is often preferred by doctors, because it maintains the natural curves of the spine. This does not happen with the conventional linear traction treatment, which is often detrimental to the normal cervical curve.
The Cervical Disc Hydrator is an effective but inexpensive cervical compression treatment, and is a valuable tool for the treatment of back pain. If you want to learn more about how EED can eliminate back pain, go to www.posturepump.com, and get information on the various Posture Pump products.