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How to Use the Pro-lordotic Neck Exerciser

Feb 24

How to Use the Pro-lordotic Neck Exerciser

Every single activity we take part in the present puts our necks in danger or makes us more vulnerable. It doesn't matter if you are texting, working, or playing and our necks start to sag, pro-lordotic neck exerciser by Finlayson Family Chiropractic is among them.

Pro-Lordotic Neck exerciser is an advanced resistance device that works the cervical spine's normal lordosis. The cervical spine is extended continuously. is performed during this five-minute structural/postural correction at home or in a clinic session.

The only exercise machine at home which can offer a strong stretch and rehabilitative stretching to the anterior cervical structures is this home device. This allows you to stretch discs that are thin and break up scar tissue. It is also a great way to improve the strength of the anterior cervical and flexors. It has been proven to improve head posture and reduce neck discomfort. It may also assist with headaches.


Basic Neck Exercise for Pro-Lordotic Neck

  • The neck exerciser for pro-lordotic should be placed behind your neck. Place your hands outwards. After that, stretch your arms outward and ease your neck.

  • The arms should be extended completely. The neck should be pulled forward. Take your arms off in case you feel any discomfort in the neck or your upper back. As time passes, you'll feel no pain as you extend your arms.

  • With your lower neck extended with your arms spread, you can extend your head forward. This will stretch the muscles in your neck. If you don't feel any pain, just bring your head back towards full extension. Stop extending your head if you feel pain.

  • You can extend your arms slightly forward and backward by extending your head. This will create a "pumping motion."

  • Begin by pulling down onto the lower part of your neck using the neck exercises. After 3-4 repetitions you can alter the angle of your pull until it pulls across the middle of your neck. The arms must be bent upwards about 15 degrees. After three or four repetitions, you can adjust the angle of pull so that your neck is pulling upwards. Your arms should be angled about 30 degrees upwards.


What are your Options?

There are three options for you for your Pro-lordotic neck exercises. The Red Easy Pull is your first choice. It is designed for people with weak grip strength, for example, children or the elderly.


The Blue Medium Pull could be the next. It is suitable for small adult females and bigger adult males. The Green Strong Pull is the final option.


This option is the strongest and most suitable for adult males as well as strong females of the adult age.


To find the right one, you first be able to determine the strength of your grip. For more effectiveness, you'll require a more powerful neck exerciser. Finally, you'll be able to proceed to the next thing as the strength of your grip increases.


Is it Effective?

You will notice an improvement in the alignment and posture of your body as time passes.


After you've completed the neck exercises pro-lordotic what are the next steps?

If you begin the exercises, it's normal to feel soreness in your neck and shoulders. Sore muscles shouldn't last longer than a couple of hours. If you perform the exercises too fast, or repeatedly your reaction might be more serious. You can't reduce the number of repetitions or force that you apply to exercise. Consult your Chiropractor.


If you experience dizziness, vertigo, or loss of consciousness you should not utilize the Pro-lordotic neck workout. You should not apply it if your neck is weak, suffers from an infection or tumor in the spinal area or surgery fusion, stroke, or damage.



There are a variety of ways to relieve this discomfort. The most common is the Pro-lordotic Neck Exerciser. It's a strap of resistance that you can place on your neck and promises to align your spine.

Finlayson Family Chiropractic

6201 Pacific Ave STE A, Tacoma, WA 98408

(253) 302–3750

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