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A Look At The ‘Posture Pump’ ~ Correcting Neck & Upper Back Issues ~

  • “I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company.


You may be feeling it right now. If your head and neck are slightly bent over as you read this post, you are more than likely feeling a strain in the neck and upper back. This physical issue has become so common in our modern society that we hardly notice it anymore. That is until the muscles and discs in the upper neck region become painful, and our posture is no longer set in the proper upright position.

I work on my computer for a living. Therefore, I am all too familiar with this phenomena. Even when I’m not on my laptop, I almost always have my cell phone out scrolling away; reading lists for the grocery store, checking my social media, looking at corgi videos online,ect.! These activities bend and stretch my neck is a way that consistently causes pain. If you have an electronic device of any kind, you’ll know what I am talking about.

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The Posture Pump works to help correct this problem. Through the patented air cells the Posture Pump uses, it works to decompress your joints and re-shape them into their proper alignment in the head and upper back region. This helps to prevent a ‘humped’ posture:

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Since hearing from childhood to, “Stop slouching and put your shoulders back!”, I have always struggled with having good posture. Now with the addition of constantly using my phone and computer, it has become worse. This was one of the main reasons the Posture Pump caught my attention. Due to my natural tendency to have bad posture, and the dreaded ‘hump shape’ that seems to run in my family, I’m more than ready to give Posture Pump a try!

I love this list of benefits that can be derived from the Posture Pump. The device is available without prescription, and can be used in the prevention of a ‘hump’, as well as the ‘stooped’ posture that often comes with aging. It also:


  • Relieves Painful Neck and Upper Back Stiffness, Headaches and Fatigue

  • Improves Flexibility and Range of Motion

  • Decompresses & Hydrates Compressed Discs

  • Decreases Disc Bulging

  • Reduces and Corrects Forward Head, Neck and Upper Back (Hump) Posture

  • Applies Reversing Pressure to Upper Back Humps

  • Is lightweight, Easy to Operate & Travel With

  • Made in the USA & Built to Last

  • Shapes & Restores the Proper Neck Curve

A Look At The 'Posture Pump' For Correcting Neck & Upper Back Issues ~

Having known several people who struggle with neck and back problems, I am looking forward to telling them about this device. I’d be willing to bet the money they may save on chiropractor bills alone would be worth it for them to look into the Posture Pump!

A tool like this provides an answer to a particular ‘modern-day problem’ that is long overdue. Chair massagers and relaxation devices are all the rage now, but I love that the Posture Pump also imparts a medical benefit! Living with chronic illness means an increased sensitivity to pain and discomfort. The Posture Pump will be an excellent addition to my self-care health regime!

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    November 22 at 12:38 pm

    Thank you for sharing this, Kristine! I’m excited to know more and maybe find something that can help alleviate the oftentimes truly awful neck and back pain!
    I appreciate you!
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      November 22 at 5:36 pm

      Thanks Jennifer! Your kind as always 😉 Hope it helps! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving 🙂

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    Katie Jenkins
    November 22 at 6:31 pm

    Oh wow, Kristine. This is such an awesome product. Like you mentioned in the beginning, I’m totally on my cell phone right now and I am trying to straighten out my neck as I type this (rather unsuccessfully, I might add…).

    I would love to look into getting the Posture Pump for my mom. She has that hump thing you were talking about and even if it doesn’t make that go away altogether, with her RA really bugging her shoulders right now, it will definitely help her!

    I truly hope you benefit from it a ton, Kristine!!! AND I hope you have the most wonderful and relaxing Thanksgiving. You most certainly deserve it, lovely lady!
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      November 24 at 6:15 am

      Your such a Sweetie Katie!! Thank you so much! I hope your mom benefits from it. It’s weird how everything is a trade off, and even though our modern technology is invaluable, it has its negative sides too.
      YOU have a truly wonderful Thanksgiving as well ♥♥ 😉 ♥♥

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    November 29 at 7:12 am

    Kristine, this could be the perfect Christmas gift for so many. Especially Millennials who live on their devices. I too am on my phone more and more, and the computer for a good part of the day. I try to make sure I am using good posture, but I am going to be checking this information out. Thanks for always sharing the best stuff!
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    Bobby Johnson
    September 22 at 5:16 am

    Hi Kristine, I have suffered neck and back pain multiple times, and I discovered that most common causes of neck pain include: Too much time hunched over…for example hunched over a steering wheel or your laptop or your smartphone which is very common today; Sleeping in a position that causes strain in the neck such as sleeping on a pillow that is too firm or too high; Carrying a heavy object like a suitcase on one side of your body; Any trauma that causes a strain in the neck such as falling and landing on the top of the head. However, simple remedies at home like applying ice packs, use of epsom salt and apple cider vinegar or even a nice massage over a hot shower can help to alleviate the pain.

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      September 22 at 6:02 pm

      True Bobby! I always find myself having to take a break to ‘relax’ my muscles when I’m doing a task like knitting, computer work, ect. Thank you for the pain relief tips!

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