iTrac Cervical Spine Treatment

iTrac® cervical treatment is a revolutionary solution to correct cervical misalignment.

  • Developed over a decade by US spinal experts, this treatment effectively addresses various cervical issues.
  • Employing cutting-edge computer intelligence, it specifically targets cervical pain, headaches, shoulder pain, periarthritis, and other problems caused by forward bending due to cervical misalignment.
  • With the iTrac® cervical treatment technology, patients can enjoy the benefits of over 55 customizable settings, allowing for personalized treatment plans that cater to their unique cervical conditions. By restoring the cervical spine to its natural physiological curvature, this treatment delivers optimal results that are sure to leave you feeling your best.

 Am I suitable for iTrac® cervical treatment?

If you're like most people, you spend a lot of time hunched over a computer or staring down at your phone. But did you know that this habit can cause chronic stretching of your neck muscles, leading to a forward-leaning cervical posture or rounded shoulders (kyphosis)? Over time, this can cause the curvature of your cervical spine to become more and more deviated, resulting in a "straight neck" or cervical pain. Treatment for cervical spine pain is generally non-surgical and can help relieve discomfort.

Using a computerized intelligent system to detect resistance and adjust tension, iTrac® can effectively relieve symptoms caused by cervical spine problems. With a tailored, fully computerized process, iTrac® consistently improves cervical curvature and reduces pain over time, making it more effective than standard treatment methods.

Cervical misalignment: causes and symptoms

Cervical spine pain is a common condition that can be caused by misalignment of the cervical spine. Poor posture is a common risk factor, particularly when the head is consistently positioned in a sagging position. This can happen when using a computer at work, or spending too much time on your phone or tablet. When your head stays in a downward-facing position for too long, it increases pressure on your cervical spine and causes an imbalance of your neck muscles. As a result, your cervical joints can become abnormally displaced.

Cervical pain can start as shoulder and neck discomfort, and in more severe cases, head pain and tense arm muscles. As the cervical spine degenerates, bone spurs may form and affect nearby nerves, leading to numbness in the hands. Additionally, cervical pain can affect the nervous system, causing symptoms like photophobia, dizziness, and tinnitus.

Smartphone generation beware: Cervical pain affects all ages

Misalignment and degeneration of the cervical spine are becoming increasingly prevalent among young people due to smartphone and computer use. To prevent strain and straightening of the spine, it's recommended to do stretching exercises every half hour to relax the neck muscles and avoid prolonged periods of head and neck drooping. If you experience initial symptoms of cervical spine pain, seek medical attention as soon as possible for professional examination and assessment. Early treatment is key to avoiding complications and lengthy recovery times.


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