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    Body Care KS-500 Spinal Exerciser
    Sports (Body Care)

    Body Care

    List Price: $299.00
    Price: $399.00

    • Increase muscle power, relieve stress and increase energy level
    • Complete relaxation of mind, heart and body.
    • Relaxation + balance + harmany = pleasing + energy
    • Unlock the secret of infinity
    • Recommended by leading sport medicine specialists USA, Japan, Germany and China

    Inflatable Cervical Neck Traction Device ✮ Improve Spine Alignment to Reduce Neck Pain ✮ EverRelief® Cervical Collar Adjustable
    Health and Beauty (EverRelief)


    List Price: $59.99
    Price: $59.99
    You Save: $30.00 (50%)

    • ✔ EASY TO USE: No assembly required. Step-by-step instructions ensure you're getting the best use of our cervical traction unit. We know how important it is to have detailed instructions and we want you to be as comfortable as possible.
    • ✔ QUALITY TESTED: Thoroughly tested against the leading traction devices to ensure your comfort and satisfaction.
    • ✔ INFLATABLE FOR MAXIMUM COMFORT: this cervical pillow is easily adjustable so you can control the amount of air for a comfortable spinal stretch to relax your neck and shoulders.
    • ✔ NECK PAIN THERAPY THROUGH IMPROVED POSTURE: this traction device supports the neck, while elevating the jawbone. This creates optimal spine alignment, which relieves tension in your nerves. Many people experience back, spine and shoulder pain relief and spasm relief.
    • ✔ SMALL ENOUGH TO TAKE ANYWHERE: No matter where you are on stiff days, experience spinal traction at home or on the go. It's soft, lightweight and small enough to fit in your suitcase, purse, car or backpack.

Pain Relief: What You Need to Know

In the summer of 2014, Carolyn Slutsky was walking to a friend’s graduation party when she felt a sudden burst of pain. The sensation radiated down her lower back to her right leg and worsened with each step she took. By the time she arrived at the party, she could barely stand. She went to an urgent-care center on the Upper West Side of New York City the next morning, where a doctor injected her with what she described as “some heavy pain medications” and gave her the name of a massage therapist.

The massage therapist “pounded on my back,” Slutsky recalls. “He kept saying, ‘See? Better!’ But it was not better.” She tried over-the-counter pain relievers , which helped for a few weeks until one morning the pain returned with a vengeance. She went to a back specialist who recommended an MRI, which revealed a ruptured spinal disk. The doctor then gave Slutsky a list of physical therapists.

The first one passed her off to his students, who did a poor job explaining the exercises. Slutsky quickly abandoned the treatment and started her own quest to find relief. Following the suggestions of friends, she tried self-help books and acupuncture . Neither worked.