CN111658264B - Self-service cervical vertebra health care, treatment draw gear - Google Patents

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CN111658264B
CN111658264B CN202010393163.6A CN202010393163A CN111658264B CN 111658264 B CN111658264 B CN 111658264B CN 202010393163 A CN202010393163 A CN 202010393163A CN 111658264 B CN111658264 B CN 111658264B
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The invention discloses a self-service cervical vertebra health care and treatment traction device, which comprises a chest-shoulder front seat support, a vertebra-shoulder rear seat support, a mandible seat support and an occipital seat support, wherein the chest-shoulder front seat support and the vertebra-shoulder rear seat support are connected through a first connecting belt, the mandible seat support and the skull occipital seat support are connected through a second connecting belt, the mandible seat support and the chest-shoulder front seat support are connected through a plurality of first supporting supports, the first supporting supports are inosculated with the front side of a neck, the skull occipital seat support and the vertebra-shoulder rear seat support are connected through a plurality of second supporting supports, the second supporting supports are inosculated with the rear side of the neck, the first supporting supports and the second supporting supports are flat telescopic connecting pipes, springs are arranged in the flat telescopic connecting pipes, and an elasticity adjusting mechanism is arranged between the springs and the flat telescopic connecting pipes. The invention not only accords with the distribution characteristics of the biomechanical supporting point structure of head, neck and shoulder anatomy and the neck muscle and ligament tissue structure, but also can meet the mechanical balance and regulation type mechanical requirements.

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Self-service cervical vertebra health care, treatment draw gear
Technical Field
The invention relates to an auxiliary treatment tool for cervical vertebra, in particular to a self-service cervical vertebra health-care and treatment traction device.
Background
Cervical spondylosis refers to a group of diseases in which adjacent spinal cords, nerves and blood vessels are stimulated or compressed and corresponding clinical symptoms appear due to degeneration of cervical intervertebral discs or joints between cervical vertebras. Investigation has shown that the prevalence of cervical spondylosis in the population is about 3.8-17.6%.
The cervical vertebra traction therapy is a treatment method which is more effective and widely applied to cervical spondylosis, is suitable for most cervical spondylosis patients, is more effective to early cases, and is also suitable for health care treatment of neck muscle strain. The traction is to widen the gap between the cervical vertebra bodies by external force or the gravity of the human body, and limit the movement of the cervical vertebra, thus being beneficial to the resolution of tissue congestion and edema, and being beneficial to relieving the neck muscle twin, thereby reducing the pressure on the intervertebral disc. Increasing the height of intervertebral space and intervertebral foramen, recovering the arrangement of normal centrum, relieving the stimulation and compression of nerve root, spinal cord and sympathetic nerve, and extending the vertebral artery distorted between transverse foramen; relieve the pressure of the intervertebral disc tissues to the periphery and is beneficial to the detumescence of the fibrous ring tissues which protrude outwards.
The traditional cervical vertebra traction is that a patient sits on a long backrest stool, is held down by a cloth pocket and hangs upwards on a pulley, a sand bag with a certain weight is hung below the pulley, and a doctor in a physical therapy department determines the weight of the sand bag according to the state of an illness. The defects that the patient is inconvenient to move when carrying out the cervical vertebra traction and needs to go to a hospital or clinic at the same time.
At present, the cervical vertebra auxiliary treatment tools in the market are various in types, and can be roughly divided into the following types: cervical vertebra protection type neck brace, inflatable cervical vertebra tractor, air cushion type cervical vertebra traction fixer, neck and chest orthopedic ware and Vista adjustable adult neck brace, and these instruments can all have certain shortcoming separately:
(1) cervical vertebra protection type neck brace: the cervical vertebra neck support is a protective design device, has no disease treatment effect, is single in design, is a protective external fixation design principle according to bone surgery fracture diseases, is mainly braked on the neck, but has the defects of skin friction and damage due to relative braking;
(2) inflatable cervical vertebra retractor: the cervical vertebra tractor has no support guiding traction force, the direction of the acting force is unstable, and the traction effect is poor; the neck is sleeved by the annular inflating device, the discomfort of the trachea and the blood vessel is obvious, the design of the annular inflating device does not accord with the characteristics of the cervical vertebra anatomical structure, and the supporting fulcrum is not clear;
(3) air cushion type cervical vertebra traction fixator: the traction device of the cervical traction fixator has obvious limitation defects, traction force is mainly concentrated on the lower jaw and the sternum, and biomechanical basis is lacked.
(4) Head, neck and chest orthotics: the design of the cervical vertebra fixator is a fixator for maintaining a certain posture state of the cervical vertebra, is a static fixing device, and has the defect of lacking the function state of changing the neck.
(5) Vista adjustable adult neck brace: the traction device of the cervical traction fixator also has the obvious limitation defect, the biomechanical support of the neck and shoulder anatomy is lacked, the air pressure type traction force has the defect that the concentrated force transmission direction is not clear, the traction force is mainly concentrated on the mandible and the sternum, namely the distraction stress of the front structure of the cervical vertebra to achieve the traction purpose, and the biomechanical support of the neck and shoulder is lacked.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to solve the problem of providing a self-service cervical vertebra health-care and treatment traction device, which not only meets the distribution characteristics of the anatomical biomechanical supporting point structure of the head, the neck and the shoulder and the tissue structure of neck muscles and ligaments, but also meets the mechanical balance and adjustment type mechanical requirements.
In order to solve the technical problems, the invention provides a self-service cervical vertebra health care and treatment traction device, which comprises a chest and shoulder front seat support, a vertebra and shoulder back seat support, a mandible seat support and a skull occipital seat support, wherein the chest and shoulder front seat support is connected with the vertebra and shoulder back seat support through a first connecting belt, the lower jaw bone seat support is connected with the skull pillow bone seat support through a second connecting belt, the lower jaw bone seat support is connected with the chest and shoulder front seat support through a plurality of first supporting supports, the first support bracket is inosculated with the front side of the neck, the skull occipital seat bracket is connected with the vertebra shoulder back seat bracket through a plurality of second support brackets, the second support bracket is matched with the back side of the neck part, the first support bracket and the second support bracket are both flat telescopic connecting pipes, and a spring is arranged in the flat telescopic connecting pipe, and an elastic force adjusting mechanism for adjusting the acting force of the spring is arranged between the spring and the flat telescopic connecting pipe.
As a preferable aspect of the present invention, the flat telescopic connection pipe includes an upper flat pipe, a middle flat pipe, and a lower flat pipe, the middle flat pipe is located at a corner of a neck shoulder, and straight pipe sections are provided at upper and lower ends of the middle flat pipe, a lower end of the upper flat pipe is telescopically connected to an upper end of the middle flat pipe, an upper end of the lower flat pipe is telescopically connected to a lower end of the middle flat pipe, the spring is disposed in the upper flat pipe, the middle flat pipe, and the lower flat pipe in a through length manner, an upper end of the spring is fixedly connected to the upper flat pipe, and a lower end of the spring is fixedly connected to the lower flat pipe.
As a preferable aspect of the present invention, the elasticity adjusting mechanism includes an upper elasticity adjusting mechanism and a lower elasticity adjusting mechanism, the upper elasticity adjusting mechanism is disposed between the spring and the upper flat tube, and the lower elasticity adjusting mechanism is disposed between the spring and the lower flat tube.
As a preferable scheme of the present invention, the upper-section elasticity adjusting mechanism includes a first buckle and a first sliding groove, the first buckle is in a "convex" shape, the first buckle is connected to the periphery of the spring, the first sliding groove is formed in the upper-section flat tube and is arranged along the extending direction of the upper-section flat tube, the first sliding groove is provided with a plurality of first buckling holes, wherein a head of the first buckle is in sliding fit with the first sliding groove, and when the first buckle slides to the first buckling holes along the first sliding groove, the bottom of the first buckle is in matching buckling with the first buckling holes under the lateral force action of the spring.
As a preferable scheme of the present invention, the lower section elasticity adjusting mechanism includes a second buckle and a second sliding groove, the second buckle is in a "convex" shape, the second buckle is connected to the periphery of the spring, the second sliding groove is formed in the upper section flat tube and is arranged along the extending direction of the lower section flat tube, the second sliding groove is provided with a plurality of second buckle holes, a head of the second buckle is in sliding fit with the second sliding groove, and when the second buckle slides to the second buckle hole along the second sliding groove, the bottom of the second buckle is in matching buckle with the second buckle holes under the lateral force action of the spring.
As a preferable scheme of the present invention, the chest and shoulder front seat support includes a sternum seat support arranged in the middle and clavicle seat supports connected to the left and right ends of the sternum seat support, the vertebra and shoulder back seat support includes a vertebra seat support arranged in the middle and scapula seat supports connected to the left and right ends of the vertebra seat support, two first connecting belts are symmetrically arranged in the left and right direction, the front ends of the first connecting belts are connected to the clavicle seat supports, and the rear ends of the first connecting belts are connected to the scapula seat supports.
As a preferable scheme of the invention, inflatable protection pads contacting with a human body are arranged on the chest-shoulder front seat support, the vertebral shoulder rear seat support, the mandible seat support, the skull occipital seat support, the first support and the second support, and the inflatable protection pads are externally connected with a hot air device.
As a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the plurality of first supporting brackets and the plurality of second supporting brackets are connected in series in a ring shape by a third connecting band.
As a preferable aspect of the present invention, the first connecting band, the second connecting band, and the third connecting band are button connecting bands.
As a preferable scheme of the invention, the first supporting bracket is provided with 3, one of the 3 is arranged in the middle, and the other two are arranged in bilateral symmetry; the second supports hold in the palm and is equipped with 3, and one of them is located the centre, and two other are bilateral symmetry and set up.
Compared with the prior art, the self-service cervical vertebra health care and treatment traction device provided by the invention has the following beneficial effects:
(1) the upper end dead points (namely a mandible seat support and a skull occipital seat support) are respectively distributed on the mandible and the skull occipital bone, the lower end dead points (namely a chest shoulder front seat support and a vertebra shoulder back seat support) are respectively distributed on a sternum handle, a clavicle, a cervicothorax vertebra and a scapula, and the support is arranged between the upper end dead points and the lower end dead points, so that the fulcrum effect of the traction device can be obviously increased, and the distribution characteristics of the head, neck and shoulder anatomy biomechanics support point structure and neck muscle and ligament tissue structure are met;
(2) the neck supporting bracket with the same shape is designed, so that the traction guiding of the device is more concentrated, and the lateral direction of the neck is provided with supporting force, thereby being beneficial to the balanced distribution of mechanics; the supporting bracket is of a sliding type telescopic structure, so that the application range of clinical treatment is enlarged;
(3) according to the invention, the spring and the elasticity adjusting mechanism are arranged in the supporting support, so that the traction force of the device is controllable, the mechanical balance and adjustment type mechanical requirements are met, the traction force is stable and constant, the operation wound can be prevented from being damaged again, the pain of a patient is relieved, and complications are prevented.
(4) The integral structure of the invention is multi-area hollow, has good ventilation effect, can reduce the oppression on the trachea and the blood vessel, and improves the comfort.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic structural view of a self-service traction apparatus for cervical vertebra health care and therapy provided by the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view of a first support bracket and a second support bracket;
fig. 3 is a partial enlarged view of the structure shown in fig. 2 in the direction a.
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The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present invention, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, and not all of the embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present invention.
As shown in fig. 1 to 3, a preferred embodiment of the present invention is a self-help traction device for cervical vertebra health care and treatment, which comprises a shoulder and chest seat support 1, a shoulder and chest seat support 2, a mandible seat support 3 and a craniocerebral occipital seat support 4, wherein the shoulder and chest seat support 1 is connected with the shoulder and chest seat support 2 through a first connecting band 5, the mandible seat support 3 is connected with the craniocerebral occipital seat support 4 through a second connecting band 6, the mandible seat support 3 is connected with the shoulder and chest seat support 1 through a plurality of first supporting brackets 7a, the first supporting brackets 7a are inosculated with the front side of the neck, the craniocerebral occipital seat support 4 is connected with the shoulder and chest seat support 2 through a plurality of second supporting brackets 7b, the second supporting brackets 7b are inosculated with the rear side of the neck, the first supporting brackets 7a and the second supporting brackets 7b are both flat telescopic connecting tubes, and a spring 8 is arranged in the flat telescopic connecting pipe, and an elastic force adjusting mechanism for adjusting the acting force of the spring 8 is arranged between the spring 8 and the flat telescopic connecting pipe.
In this embodiment, according to the support point distribution characteristics of the front seat support 1 for the chest and shoulder and the rear seat support 2 for the vertebra and shoulder, the front seat support 1 for the chest and shoulder includes a sternum seat support 11 disposed in the middle and clavicular seat supports 12 connected to the left and right ends of the sternum seat support 11, the rear seat support 2 for the vertebra and shoulder includes a vertebra seat support 21 disposed in the middle and scapular seat supports 22 connected to the left and right ends of the vertebra seat support 21, two first connecting belts 5 are symmetrically disposed on the left and right sides, the front ends of the first connecting belts 5 are connected to the clavicular seat supports 12, and the rear ends of the first connecting belts 5 are connected to the scapular seat supports 22.
Therefore, the self-service cervical vertebra health care and treatment traction device provided by the embodiment of the invention has the advantages that: firstly, in the embodiment, the upper end dead points (namely, the lower jaw seat support 3 and the skull occipital seat support 4) are respectively distributed on the lower jaw and the skull occipital bone, the lower end dead points (namely, the chest shoulder front seat support 1 and the vertebra shoulder rear seat support 2) are respectively distributed on the sternum handle, the clavicles on two sides, the vertebra of the cervicothorax section and the shoulder blades on two sides, and the support is arranged between the upper end dead point and the lower end dead point, so that the fulcrum effect of the traction device can be obviously increased, and the distribution characteristics of the biomechanical support point structure and the neck muscle and ligament tissue structure of the head, neck and shoulder anatomy are met; secondly, the traction force of the device is more centralized by designing the supporting supports with the same shape as the neck, and the supporting force is provided for the lateral direction of the neck, so that the mechanical balance distribution is facilitated; the supporting bracket is of a sliding type telescopic structure, so that the application range of clinical treatment is enlarged; thirdly, the spring 8 and the elastic force adjusting mechanism are arranged in the supporting support, so that the traction force of the device is controllable, the mechanical balance and adjusting type mechanical requirements are met, the traction force is stable and constant, the operation wound can be prevented from being damaged again, the pain of a patient is relieved, and complications are prevented; finally, the integral structure of the invention is multi-area hollow, has good ventilation effect, can reduce the oppression on the trachea and the blood vessel, and improves the comfort.
Illustratively, in order to ensure the supporting strength of each seat support, the material of each seat support has the characteristics of toughness and strong deformation resistance.
Exemplarily, in order to ensure that the support holder is matched with the neck while achieving the telescopic effect, the flat telescopic connection pipe comprises an upper section flat pipe 71, a middle section flat pipe 72 and a lower section flat pipe 73, the middle section flat pipe 72 is located at a neck shoulder corner, and the upper and lower ends of the middle section flat pipe 72 are straight pipe sections, the lower end of the upper section flat pipe 71 is telescopically connected with the upper end of the middle section flat pipe 72, the upper end of the lower section flat pipe 73 is telescopically connected with the lower end of the middle section flat pipe 72, the spring 8 is arranged in the upper section flat pipe 71, the middle section flat pipe 72 and the lower section flat pipe 73 in a through length manner, the upper end of the spring 8 is fixedly connected with the upper section flat pipe 71, and the lower end of the spring 8 is fixedly connected with the lower section flat pipe 73.
Illustratively, the elasticity adjusting mechanism includes an upper elasticity adjusting mechanism 9a and a lower elasticity adjusting mechanism 9b, the upper elasticity adjusting mechanism 9a is disposed between the spring 8 and the upper flat tube 71, and the lower elasticity adjusting mechanism 9b is disposed between the spring 8 and the lower flat tube 73. Specifically, the upper-section elasticity adjusting mechanism 9a includes a first buckle 91 and a first sliding groove 92, the first buckle 91 is in a "convex" structure, the first buckle 91 is connected to the periphery of the spring 8, the first sliding groove 92 is arranged on the upper-section flat tube 71 and is arranged along the extending direction of the upper-section flat tube 71, the first sliding groove 92 is provided with a plurality of first buckling holes 93, wherein the head of the first buckle 91 is in sliding fit with the first sliding groove 92, and when the first buckle 91 slides to the first buckling holes 93 along the first sliding groove 92, the bottom of the first buckle 91 is in matched buckling with the first buckling holes 93 under the lateral force of the spring 8; the lower section elasticity adjusting mechanism 9b includes a second buckle 94 and a second chute 95, the second buckle 94 is in a structure shaped like a Chinese character 'tu', the second buckle 94 is connected to the periphery of the spring 8, the second chute 95 is arranged on the upper section flat tube 71 and along the extending direction of the lower section flat tube 73, the second chute 95 is provided with a plurality of second buckling holes 96, wherein the head of the second buckle 94 is in sliding fit with the second chute 95, and when the second buckle 94 slides along the second chute 95 to the second buckling holes 96, the second buckle 94 is under the lateral force action of the spring 8, and the bottom of the second buckle 94 is in fit buckling with the second buckling holes 96. From this, when 8 effort of needs adjusting spring, the accessible is pressed the buckle, makes its bottom break away from and detains the hole to it is required according to traction force, upwards or promote the buckle downwards and remove along the spout, go into the knot hole that corresponds with required traction force until the buckle card, thereby drive 8 adjustment compression capacities of spring, realize the controllable regulation of traction force, and convenient operation.
Illustratively, inflatable protection pads (not shown in the figure) contacting with a human body are arranged on the chest-shoulder front seat support 1, the vertebral shoulder rear seat support 2, the mandible seat support 3, the craniocerebral occipital seat support 4, the first support 7a and the second support 7b, so that the stress is prevented from being excessively concentrated, and the soft skin tissue can be prevented from being crushed or being formed by pressure sores. Furthermore, the inflatable protection pad is externally connected with a hot air device. The material of the inflatable protection pad is preferably high-heat-resistance, high-heat-conductivity and high-elasticity-variable silica gel or leather. Therefore, the inflatable protection pad can be filled with hot air through the hot air device, the heat is conducted to a human body through the silica gel or leather with strong heat conductivity, the effect of physical thermal therapy is achieved, and the effects of activating collaterals and clearing channels are promoted. It should be noted that the inflatable protective pad leaves vacant positions on the anterior cervical trachea and the blood vessel distribution region, so that the region is open, and the compression on the trachea and the blood vessel and the generation of complications caused by the stimulation of the carotid sinus can be avoided.
Illustratively, in order to make the supporting brackets better fit on the neck, the plurality of first supporting brackets 7a and the plurality of second supporting brackets 7b are connected in series in a ring shape through a third connecting band 10.
Illustratively, the first connecting band 5, the second connecting band 6 and the third connecting band 10 are all button connecting bands, and can be adapted to be worn on different shoulder widths and around necks.
Illustratively, the first support brackets 7a are provided with 3, one of the support brackets is arranged in the middle and supported at the mandible tip of the mandible, and the other two support brackets are arranged in bilateral symmetry and supported at the bilateral mandible angles respectively; the second support 7b is provided with 3, one of the second support is arranged in the middle and supported on the occipital external eminence, and the other two second support are arranged in bilateral symmetry and respectively supported on the posterior fossa of the bilateral mastoid process.
The above disclosure is only for the purpose of illustrating the preferred embodiments of the present invention, and it is therefore to be understood that the invention is not limited by the scope of the appended claims.

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1. A self-help cervical vertebra health care and treatment traction device, which is characterized by comprising a chest and shoulder front seat support, a vertebra and shoulder back seat support, a mandible seat support and a skull occipital seat support, the chest shoulder front seat support and the vertebra shoulder back seat support are connected through a first connecting belt, the mandible seat support and the skull occipital seat support are connected through a second connecting belt, the mandible seat support and the chest and shoulder front seat support are connected through a plurality of first supporting supports, the first supporting supports are inosculated with the front side of the neck, the skull occipital bone seat support and the vertebra shoulder back seat support are connected through a plurality of second support supports, the second support supports are inosculated with the back side of the neck, the first support supports and the second support supports are both flat telescopic connecting pipes, a spring is arranged in the flat telescopic connecting pipe, and an elastic force adjusting mechanism for adjusting the acting force of the spring is arranged between the spring and the flat telescopic connecting pipe;
the flat telescopic connecting pipe comprises an upper section flat pipe, a middle section flat pipe and a lower section flat pipe, wherein the middle section flat pipe is positioned at a neck shoulder corner, and straight pipe sections are arranged at the upper end and the lower end of the middle section flat pipe;
the elasticity adjusting mechanism comprises an upper section elasticity adjusting mechanism and a lower section elasticity adjusting mechanism, the upper section elasticity adjusting mechanism is arranged between the spring and the upper section flat tube, and the lower section elasticity adjusting mechanism is arranged between the spring and the lower section flat tube;
the upper section elasticity adjusting mechanism comprises a first buckle and a first sliding groove, the first buckle is of a convex structure, the first buckle is connected to the periphery of the spring, the first sliding groove is formed in the upper section flat tube and is arranged along the extending direction of the upper section flat tube, a plurality of first buckle holes are formed in the first sliding groove, the head of the first buckle is in sliding fit with the first sliding groove, and when the first buckle slides to the first buckle holes along the first sliding groove, the bottom of the first buckle is in matched and buckled with the first buckle holes under the lateral force action of the spring;
the lower section elasticity adjusting mechanism comprises a second buckle and a second sliding groove, the second buckle is of a convex structure, the second buckle is connected to the periphery of the spring, the second sliding groove is formed in the upper section flat tube and is arranged along the extending direction of the lower section flat tube, a plurality of second buckling holes are formed in the second sliding groove, the head of the second buckle is in sliding fit with the second sliding groove, when the second buckle slides to the second buckling holes along the second sliding groove, the second buckle is in lateral force action of the spring, and the bottom of the second buckle is in matched buckling with the second buckling holes.
2. The self-service cervical vertebra health-care and treatment traction device according to claim 1, wherein the chest and shoulder front seat support comprises a sternum seat support arranged in the middle and clavicle seat supports connected to the left and right ends of the sternum seat support, the vertebra and shoulder back seat support comprises a vertebra seat support arranged in the middle and scapula seat supports connected to the left and right ends of the vertebra seat support, two first connecting belts are symmetrically arranged in the left and right direction, the front ends of the first connecting belts are connected with the clavicle seat supports, and the rear ends of the first connecting belts are connected with the scapula seat supports.
3. The self-service cervical vertebra health-care and treatment traction device according to claim 1, wherein inflatable protection pads in contact with a human body are arranged on the chest-shoulder front seat support, the vertebral shoulder rear seat support, the mandible seat support, the craniocerebral occipital seat support, the first support and the second support, and the inflatable protection pads are externally connected with a hot air device.
4. The traction device for self-service cervical vertebra health care and treatment according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein a plurality of the first support brackets are connected in series with a plurality of the second support brackets in an annular shape by a third connecting band.
5. The self-service traction device for cervical vertebra health care and treatment according to claim 4, wherein the first connecting band, the second connecting band and the third connecting band are button connecting bands.
6. The self-service cervical vertebra health-care and treatment traction device according to claim 5, wherein the first supporting bracket is provided with 3, one of the 3 is arranged in the middle, and the other two are arranged in bilateral symmetry; the second supports hold in the palm and is equipped with 3, and one of them is located the centre, and two other are bilateral symmetry and set up.
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