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How to use the Pro-lordotic Neck Exerciser

Feb 24

How to use the Pro-lordotic Neck Exerciser

Every activity we perform today puts our necks in poor posture or makes it worse. Whatever we perform the necks begin to stretch.

Pro-Lordotic Neck Exerciser is an advanced resistance device that works the cervical spine's normal lordosis. Active extension exercises of the entire cervical spine during this five-minute postural and structural corrective home or office treatment session.


The only machine in the home which can offer a strong stretch and rehabilitative stretching to the anterior cervical structures is this device for home use. The device lets you remove thinned discs as well as scar tissue. It can also be used to strengthen the cervical spine's anterior and flexors. This has been demonstrated to improve head posture and lessen neck discomfort. It also helps to alleviate headaches.


Basic Neck Exercise for Pro-Lordotic Neck

  • The pro-lordotic neck exerciser should be placed by your neck. Your palms should point towards the outside. Next, extend your arms in the direction of forwarding motion and then relax your neck.

  • The arms should be extended completely. Your neck should be pulled towards the front. If you feel pain in the neck or back of your upper back then stop extending your arms. It will get farther without feeling discomfort as time passes.

  • Now, with your lower neck fully extended and your arms fully extended then actively pull your neck towards full extension. This will stretch the neck muscles. You should only lower your head back to full extension if there is no pain. Stop extending your head if you feel pain.

  • The arms that are fully extended can now be moved slightly in both directions while keeping your head extended in a "pumping motion."

  • Begin with pulling the neck exerciser down on your lower neck. After about 3-4 repetitions, adjust the angle of the pull so that your pull is pulling at the middle of your neck. The arms must be bent upwards about 15 degrees. After three or four repetitions, adjust the angle of the pull so that your neck is being pulled upwards. The arms should be tilted approximately 30 degrees up.

What are your Options?

Three options are available to you for your Pro-lordotic neck exerciser. The Red Easy Pull is your first choice. This is for people who have weak grip strength such as the elderly or children.


The Blue Medium Pull could be the next. This pull is suitable for females of small age and larger adult males. The Green Strong Pull is the final choice.


This is the strongest option, and it is ideal for adult males and strong adult females.


To choose the correct one, you will first need to evaluate the strength of your grip. To be more effective you'll need better neck exercises. In the end, you'll be able to move on to the next item as your grip strength increases.


It is Effective?

You'll see an improvement in the alignment and posture of your body over time.


What to attend before you begin the neck exercises pro-lordotic

If you begin these exercises, it is normal to feel a tingling sensation in your shoulders and neck. The muscle soreness should not last longer than a couple of hours. If you perform the exercises too quickly or repeatedly the reaction may be more serious. Your post-exercise pain will not be lessened by reducing repetitions or force. Consult your Chiropractor.


Do not apply it if you experience dizziness, vertigo, or loss of consciousness during or within a few minutes following the use of the Neck Exerciser Pro-lordotic. It is not recommended to make use of it if the neck is weak, has an infection, a spinal tumor surgical fusion, stroke, or is damaged.



There are many ways to relieve the pain. Most popular is the Pro-lordotic Neck exercises. It's a neck strap that you can put on your neck and claims to align your spine.

For more information please visit:

Finlayson Family Chiropractic

6201 Pacific Ave STE A, Tacoma, WA 98408

(253) 302–3750

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