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Hometrac is causing more & a different kind of pain..Normal?

I have been using the Saunders Cervical Hometrac machine now for about 3 weeks; three times a day 15 min. each session.
However, I am experiencing more pain around the base of my skull and more pain up & down the back of my neck...is this normal?

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No this is not normal, when a person experiences this type of pain something is wrong. Angle might not be what it should, force might be to strong, straps might not be on correctly or too tight. Some with disc injuries may experience more pain with this type of treatment.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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