Posture Pump

Posture Pump To Restore Neck Lordosis

Vibration therapy is a type of physical therapy that involves the use of vibrating machines to provide stimulation to the body. It is commonly used to treat a variety of conditions, including scoliosis.

Vibration therapy involves the use of a vibrating machine to stimulate the body. The patient stands or sits on the machine, which vibrates at a high frequency. This vibration causes the muscles to contract and relax rapidly, which can provide a number of benefits.

What is the use of Posture Pump Hydrator?

Posture pump is used to smoothly decompress the spine and hydrate the disc in one’s neck and back. The need for hydrating the discs arrives when the natural curved shape of the neck and the back is lost and the soft discs between the vertebrae is compressed because of which the rich lubricating pigment cannot hydrate the discs. This results in premature aging and there are signs of stiff dry joints. Posture Pump plays a vital role in bringing the neck back to its original curved shape by stretching, hydrating, decompressing and shaping the neck.

How does a posture pump work?

There are easy to use hand pumps and air cells that are uniquely angled. The expansion and contraction of the air cells help in alternate hydration of spinal discs and joints. Postural restoration occurs if the air cells are inflated and then left for a longer period of time that is 15 – 20 mins.

How long does it take to start seeing or feeling results from Posture Pump®?

Everyone is different. Some people feel immediate relief and a decrease in symptoms right away. And others, depending on symptoms and issues, may take longer and have gradual relief of symptoms over time. But stick with it.

Is there any Research on Posture Pump®?

YES! Thank you for asking! Posture Pump® has TWO IRB Approved MRI Studies that were conducted by Dr. C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., neurosurgeon, researcher and author. Studies showed that Posture Pump® decompressed, shaped and lubricated the discs and joints of the spine as well as showing disc bulge resorption. Our 2008 MRI Study compared it to a commonly used form of traction and Posture Pump® improved the cervical (neck) curve in 72% of the study subjects versus only 8% in the commonly used traction device. Posture Pump® also increased the average disc height twice as much as the commonly used form of traction. Dr. Shealy stated “Considering the cost, effectiveness and ease of therapy, Posture Pump® appears to be the first choice of treatment for cervicogenic pain and cervicogenic headache.” Please go to our Research Study section on our website to view real MRI’s from the studies, read the full studies and view other case studies conducted on our products. Posture Pump® is the real thing.

Can anyone use Posture Pump®?

You should NOT use Posture Pump® if you have:

Do not use without first consulting your doctor. Specific joint, nerve, disc, vascular and other disorders or weaknesses can be aggravated and worsened.