Back on track neck cover

the neck cover protect the atlas and the following vertebraes, allowing the Back on track effect to work on this area of the spine.

It can be used under the headband whilst exercising, or in stables or transportation.

It mainly has an effect on the tensions around the neck

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€34.00

 

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 Back on Track effect

ALL Back on Track® products are manufactured using the unique Welltex™ ceramic infused material (a technically advanced woven textile, in which minute ceramic particles bonded into the fibres), that reflects the wearer's body heat as FAR Infrared energy - a proven therapy that penetrates through the skin to the subcutaneous tissues and joints, warming up the muscles and connective tissues, thereby reducing the risk of strains/injury, helping to heal injuries, reducing pain, increasing circulation and reducing swelling/inflammation.

With the exception of certain fittings and attachments, Back on Track® goods do not incorporate any metals, chemicals, electrical devices, plastics nor magnets - they work constantly (while being worn) and completely naturally and can give greater benefit than that of the basic neoprene, fleece, electronic, chemical or magnet merchandise. Plus, because they are not disposable and are designed to be durable, they have become an environmentally friendly option.

While being worn, Back on Track® products can provide an element of support, but, more importantly, heat therapy, which is aimed at giving continuous relief from the pain and discomfort of illnesses such as Arthritis. They work completely naturally by using the infrared therapy principal in reflecting the wearer's body heat (a form of energy that has a documented and proven pain relieving effect). This reflected heat can reduce inflammation, ease muscle tension, increase blood circulation and hasten the healing process. Their use is generally for remedial and preventative measures, targeting a specific area of the body (although they are extremely effective in warming up muscles prior to physical exercise or work, thereby reducing the risk of strains or injury) and, crucially, they can also expedite the recovery from established injuries. Most can be used continuously, but, obviously, as with any type of medical treatment, it is always wise to monitor the situation.