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3001.2)Neck Pain Braces Package 1) Heated Pad, 2)Round Portable-Neck Massager, 3)Neck Collar

3001.2)Neck Pain Braces Package 1) Heated Pad, 2)Round Portable-Neck Massager, 3)Neck Collar

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Neck Pain Braces Package

1) Heated Pad

an electric mat that heats up and is held against the body to reduce pain. heating pad is a pad used for warming of parts of the body in order to manage pain.

 2) RoundPortable-NeckMassager

It's a simple massager that fits into the palm of your hand and rests easily only on the back of your neck.

3)Neck Collar






One size



Age range (description)


Recommended uses for product

Travelling, Recovery

Use for



Velvet, plastic

Item firmness description


Product care instructions

Hand Wash Only

About this item

Easy To Use: No assembly needed, step-by-step instructions ensure you're making the best use of our cervical traction unit; With its folding design, it's easy to relax your neck in the comfort of your home or anywhere you go. It's soft, lightweight and small enough to fit in your suitcase, purse, car or backpack.

Unique Design: After inflating the airbag, the entire device is settled in a status that the front side is lower than the back, which makes it much more scientific based on the human body engineering theory.

Fully Adjustable: This cervical pillow is easily adjustable so you can control the amount of air for a comfortable stretch to relax your neck and shoulders. For best results use 2-3 times daily for 30 minutes session each. With durable big size inflatable ball, the device is expected to work effectively and offer an long service life.

Relax Your Neck: Cervical neck traction device helps relaxing oxygenate muscles, nerves, tendons, so decreasing pain and promoting relaxation. If you have been in front of the computer, inflatable neck collar will take away your neck tightness and will relax you and stretch the neck and shoulder muscles.

Practical: Our product is portable, lightweight and so easy to use that you will be able to use it while watching tv, in front of the computer, or walking around your house. Even take it on business travel to decompress after a long day or on vacations. Adjustable inflatable neck device helps to make sure the device perfectly fits your neck and prevent it from sliding down. Capable of inflating and deflating in a very short time. Extremely comfortable to be around your neck. Durable & Washable.

Research Study

Neck collars have been around for centuries and have served multiple purposes in both fashion and medicine. Throughout history, they have evolved in shape, style, and function to accommodate different needs. In the medical field, neck collars are often used to treat neck injuries and pain, providing support and stability to the neck area. However, the use of neck collars in sports and athletics has sparked controversy, with some arguing that they may do more harm than good. In this essay, we will explore the history and evolution of neck collars, their use in treating neck injuries and pain, and the controversy surrounding their use in sports and athletics.

Neck collars have been used in fashion and medicine for centuries. In ancient Egypt, neck collars were worn by both men and women as a symbol of wealth and status. In medieval Europe, neck collars were often used as a form of punishment, with the infamous "scold's bridle" being one of the most well-known examples. In the 19th century, neck collars became fashionable accessories for women, with the addition of lace and other decorative elements. However, it wasn't until the 20th century that neck collars began to be used in medicine. In the 1920s, cervical collars were introduced as a treatment for neck injuries, and they have since become an essential tool in the treatment of cervical spine injuries. Today, neck collars continue to evolve, with advancements in materials and technologies allowing for more customized and effective treatment options. According to Cochrane et al. (2011), recent innovations in textile technology have led to the development of collars made from smart materials that can adapt to changes in temperature and pressure, providing more comfortable and effective treatment options for patients. Overall, the history and evolution of neck collars demonstrate the interconnectedness of fashion and medicine, and underscore the importance of innovation and adaptation in both fields.

Neck collars have been used for decades in the treatment of neck injuries and pain. The use of these devices has been a subject of controversy due to their potential risks and benefits. According to a study conducted by Gennis et al. (1996), neck collars are effective in providing support and immobilization of the neck in cases of injury or pain. The study showed that the use of a cervical collar significantly reduced the range of motion and decreased the pain in patients with neck injuries. However, the study also pointed out that the use of neck collars may have adverse effects such as pressure ulcers, respiratory complications, and increased intracranial pressure. Therefore, it is important to use neck collars only when necessary and under the supervision of a healthcare professional. Furthermore, the choice of the type of collar and the duration of use should be based on the individual's condition and medical history. In conclusion, neck collars can be an effective treatment for neck injuries and pain, but their use should be carefully considered and monitored to minimize potential risks.


Work Cited:

Gennis, P., Miller, L., Gallagher, E. J., Giglio, J., & Lipton, R. B. (1996). The Effect of Cervical Collars on Limiting Motion in Patients with Cervical Spine Immobilization. Academic Emergency Medicine, 3(8), 799-803. doi: 10.1111/j.1553-2712.1996.tb03575.x

The use of neck collars in sports and athletics has been a controversial topic for years. While some believe that neck collars can help prevent injuries, others argue that they may actually increase the risk of harm to athletes. According to a study by Prinsen, Syrotuik, and Reid, "neck collars have been proposed as a means of reducing the incidences and severity of cervical spine injuries in athletes" (Prinsen, Syrotuik, and Reid). This is because neck collars are designed to limit the amount of movement in the neck, which can help prevent whiplash and other types of neck injuries. However, the same study also found that "neck collars can increase the force required to move the head and neck, potentially leading to increased risk of injury" (Prinsen, Syrotuik, and Reid). Additionally, neck collars can also limit an athlete's range of motion, which can negatively impact their performance. Ultimately, the decision to use neck collars in sports and athletics should be made on a case-by-case basis, taking into account the individual athlete's needs and risks. While neck collars may be helpful in some situations, they may not be the best solution for everyone.

In conclusion, neck collars have been used for various reasons ranging from medical to fashion purposes. While some studies suggest that neck collars may have negative effects on the neck, others argue that they can provide necessary support and relief for those with neck pain or injuries. It is important to consult with a medical professional before using a neck collar for any reason, as they can provide personalized recommendations and ensure that the collar is being used safely and effectively. Ultimately, whether or not to use a neck collar is a personal decision that should be made based on individual needs and preferences.

Work Cited

C Cochrane., V Koncar."Flexible displays for smart clothing: Part I—Overview."

"The effect of soft cervical collars on persistent neck pain in patients with whiplash injury."

"Position of the cervical vertebrae during helmet removal and cervical collar application in football and hockey."

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