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    We've Helped Customer's With

    Whiplash, Stingers, Text Neck, Neck Strains, Cervical Spinal Stenosis, Sciatica, Pinched Nerves, Scoliosis, Kyphosis, Upper Back Pain

    Doctor Approved

    Across the world, doctors are using Iron Neck to treat patients, equipping their clinic with advanced cervical rehab capabilities.

    Let's play a game: we'll give you some data points, you tell us what sport it's from. Professional male athlete with VO2peak of 60 ml/kg/min, in-competition lactate concentration of 3.2 mmol/L and mean heart rate of 150 bpm, which is 80% of HRmax. Soccer? Basketball? Handball? The athlete is exposed to up to 6 G's, and the most common locations of pain and injury are the back and upper extremity. Rugby? Football? Isometric force production during neck extension is 330 N and 280 N for lateral flexion. Anything?
    Iron Neck has its roots in football, wrestling and combat sports, but as more coaches use it, the more sports benefit from neck training and development. Track & field, tennis and baseball are prime examples of where neck training needs to go next.
    With the Iron Neck becoming a regular in pro athletes' social media, we asked some of their trainers how they reached the point of saying "Yes, putting an Iron Neck on an NFL player's head is a good idea."