Neck Cloud - Clinical Studies
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Results: "The results indicated that patients who received intermittent cervical traction for neck pain had significantly lower pain scores"
Source: Intermittent Cervical Traction for Treating Neck Pain: A Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials - Jheng-Dao Yang 1, Ka-Wai Tam, Tsai-Wei Huang, Shih-Wei Huang, Tsan-Hon Liou, Hung-Chou Chen
Results: "Probability of success w/ cervical traction + exercise = 94.8%"
"Reduction or elimination of symptoms when: Pt supine w/ neck comfortably positioned. Examiner securely grasps the pt's head under the occiput and chin and gradually applies an axial traction force up to approximately 30 pounds."
Source: Raney N, Petersen EJ, Smith TA, Cowan JE, Rendeiro DG, Deyle GD, Childs JD. Development of a clinical prediction rule to identify patients with neck pain likely to benefit from cervical traction and exercise. Eur Spine J 2009;18:382-391
Results: "Reduced pain; Reduced stiffness and tension in your neck muscles; More flexibility in the muscles along your cervical spine"
Source: https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/treatments/23093-cervical-traction; Last reviewed by a Cleveland Clinic medical professional on 05/19/2022.
Disclaimer: The studies below are NOT funded by mLab or using a mLab device specifically. These studies are referencing the technology utilised. There are no conflicts of interest or bias in any of the studies. You can view the full studies on The National Institutes of Health website with the citation links provided below.