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necksaviour is a triple design excellence award winner. We understand that neck and upper back pain can have a hugely negative impact on daily life and believe that sufferers shouldn’t have to spend excessive amounts of time and money trying to return to normal. Because of this, we decided to create a simple and affordable solution for those in need by using a neck stretching technique called ‘traction’. Popular with many therapists, traction is used to relieve or eliminate symptoms of neck pain, stiffness, muscle spasm, tension headaches and many, many other conditions. Pain relief doesn’t always have to come in the form of a pill…

necksaviour makes sense even if you don’t already suffer with neck pain and headaches. It can help prevent these problems developing in the first place by undoing the effects of:

  • sitting in front of a computer all day
  • driving
  • dealing with children
  • leisure activity e.g. cycling or the gym.

How does necksaviour work?

It’s so simple! necksaviours are made of foam and are flat. When you bend them they try to go back to being flat. If you place a necksaviour behind your neck when it’s folded it can’t go flat because your head and shoulders stop that happening. The forces created result in a stretch and an improved alignment of your neck. This feels great and can be very therapeutic :)

necksaviour Mini is incredibly versatile. Each unit has 2 stretch options.

Light stretch

Strong stretch

Mini also has different contouring at each end. You can choose which suits the shape of your neck best.

Mini is 30% smaller than classic which makes it even more portable so if travelling and space in a bag or suitcase is a priority then necksaviour Mini may be the necksaviour for you.

The exceptional quality foam from which our clever little saviour is made from can be used time and time again. It could significantly reduce the need to see a therapist for treatment, therefore saving time and money.

It can also be used to maintain improvement between sessions or when it’s not possible to see your therapist.

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