If your neck needs traction you may be tempted to buy a neck traction device. So in this video I will review the 4 most affordable and well known neck traction devices. I will link the products used down below.

PLEASE READ: Please do not try any of the equipment shown in this video without first consulting your Doctor or obtaining a suitable diagnosis for your neck pain. This video is intended for informational purposes and not a form of diagnosis or treatment prescription.

Recommended Products:

Over The Door Neck Cervical Traction Device –
Inflatable Cervical Neck Traction Device –

Over The Door Neck Cervical Traction Device – (affiliate link)
Inflatable Cervical Neck Traction Device – (affiliate link)

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  1. I use the 4th device but without the door part. I use overhead beam. I suffered neck and shoulder pain due to pinched nerve as diagnose by a doctor for a few years. Use the device 30 minutes daily for first few days then every alternate days, after a week the pain no longer there. I would recommend the over the door device it cost me less than10 dollar US online from China.

  2. I had one of the inflatable neck traction collars and if you have a fat neck it'll strangle you.
    I have that door traction Device and use it every day. I have scoliosis and arthritis and it really helps . I'd give it 5 stars. Well worth the money.

  3. The inflatable neck donut thing is amazing. I've had this for a while too, I don't use it every day but I find it actually improves my posture after using it for 5-10 minutes. It really seems to take pressure off my upper back so I can stay more upright when at my desk.

  4. I like your review. I had one of the inflatable ones and it worked ok but then developed a leak so you would have to keep pumping it up. That got a bit old. I have thought to devise something like the overhead style but figured that I would likely hang myself. I think I will order that one. my chiropractor says that my skull sort of crushes down on the top of my spine and she will regularly pull my head but obviously I can't go see her everyday. well so anyway, thank you for this informative and quite thorough review

  5. I bought an inflatable neck device last week. I’ve been using it everyday for 5 minutes and cannot recommend it enough. Not one pain killer in 9 days! Says it all really. Great video buddy.

  6. Because 'Velcro' is a brand name, if I used some in my products and advertised it by name, then the Velcro company might want money. So yes, here in the litigious USA it's called hook n loop. But the commoners all call it Velcro.

  7. Thank you so much for the video, very useful information (liked and subscribed!)…but now the million dollar question:

    Can neck traction really improve at all any neck condition (spinal stenosis in my case)?

    Thanks again!

  8. I found that the over-the-door traction device cuts a lot into the throat. That can't be adjusted. Very uncomfortable. I like the traction though. I have two bulging discs and facet degeneration.

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