FOR THE FIRST TIME, CERVICO 200 - CERVICAL SPINE TRACTION UNIT IS AVAILABLE IN THE MARYLAND, VIRGINIA, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AREA!
Developed to aid the sufferers of herniated discs and neck pain, the Cervico 2000 is a patented, state-of-the-art cervical spine traction system for the treatment of cervical spine injuries and disorders. Chiropractor Dr. Steve Horwitz now provides the Cervico 2000 to patients as an alternative to surgery, body braces, or traction bed treatments.
Cervical spine disorders, whiplash injuries, and more undergo breakthrough treatment with the Cervico 2000 The Cervico 2000 was developed to treat sufferers of cervical spine disorders and injuries based on an entirely new three-dimensional traction approach to treatment. By doing so, the Cervico 2000 breaks away from conventional neck braces and wall mounted devices to offer an autonomous solution that can be customized to fit the patient's needs. The key to the Cervico 2000's approach is its ability to conduct both symmetric and asymmetric traction to the cervical spine.
An effective, inexpensive, and non-invasive treatment that improves the quality of life.
Easy to Use
The Cervico 2000 is so simple to use, patients needing long-term care can easily administer self-treatment at home. Conveniently, treatment duration is shorter than other conventional treatments, requiring on average 15 to 20 minutes per day. As a result, patients are no longer confined to time consuming solutions and regain control over their schedule and lives.
A portable and space saving solution
Unlike pneumatic traction braces and wall-mounted devices, the Cervico 2000 does not occupy valuable space in the clinic or home, and it does not require a permanent installation of equipment. After the treatment session is completed, the Cervico 2000 can be placed in its carrying case and conveniently stored.
Indications for use of the Cervico 2000:
Neck pain as a result of discogenic disorders, osteoarthritis, or degenerative changes in the cervical spine.
Whiplash injuries, usually as a result of a traffic accident (injuries which do not involve breakage or dislocation of the bones).
Torticollis as a result of rheumatic or muscular pain or spastic corticollis with a neurological basis.