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Neck Flexion

 

 

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Note, proficient understanding of the rationale and procedures for exercise requires studying our manuals.

 

Here is a demonstration of neck (cervical) exercise in the upright position using the arms to provide a force of resistance.

 

Here is a demonstration of neck (cervical) exercise in the upright position using a face mask to apply an even force of resistance through the movement.

 

Here is a demonstration of neck (cervical) exercise over a PowerCushion™ utilizing either robotic    (500 lbs. to 1,000 lbs.) or weight stack (10 lbs. to 100 lbs.) to supply the force of resistance.

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Copyright 2003

All concepts and diagrams, unless noted otherwise,  of human spinal development in gravitational environment are under copyright registration to John S. Scherger, D.C.. This information may be shared with others for personal use, however no document may be republished in any form or embedded in public databases without the permission of Dr. Scherger.