cervical traction device. It treats different types and causes of neck pain, tension, and tightness.
Cervical traction helps to relax the muscles, which can significantly relieve pain and stiffness while increasing flexibility.
It’s also used to treat and flatten bulging or herniated disks. It can alleviate pain from joints, sprains, and spasms.
It’s also used to treat neck injuries, pinched nerves, and cervical spondylosis.
Cervical traction devices work by stretching the spinal vertebrae and muscles to relieve pressure and pain. Force or tension is used to stretch or pull the head away from the neck.
Creating space between the vertebrae relieves compression and allows the muscles to relax. This lengthens or stretches the muscles and joints around the neck.
Initially, the procedure Hubert decided on was covered under her health plan with the American Federation of Television and Radio Acts (AFTRA).
However, the insurance company decided that they would pay only 16 sessions a year, which, according to Janet, was not enough.
Due to her condition, she could not work and was unable to pay more sessions herself, which led her to sue the AFTRA in 2013. Hubert lost the court battle in August 2014.
We are so glad that Hubert is doing better. She seems happier, more at peace and even settled with where she is in life. We wish nothing but love for the “original” Aunt Viv.