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Traction refers to the set of mechanisms for strengthening broken bones, immobilisation or relieving pressure on the skeletal system. They are used to treat fractures, dislocations and long-duration muscles spasms, and to prevent or correct deformities. Traction can either be short-term-as at an accident scene or long-term- when it is used in a hospital setting.

Dyna Tractions are designed to provide utmost immobilisation, stability, to apply force in directions not otherwise possible and to avoid common problems that patients meet with ordinary tractions.

  • Made of non-slip foam, ideal for delicate or sensitive skin
  • Long retaining strap provides secure fixation to all sizes of limb

Dyna Leg Traction, Dyna Leg Traction Belt & Rehaid Premium Leg Traction Appliance

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Directions for use

In lying down position, place the leg within the stirrup attachment

Ensuring a gap of at least 1″-1.5 “ between the foot and stirrup

Fix the traction belts on either sides of the leg

For additional reinforcement apply the cotton strip. Start from the ankle and work upwards with 50 % overlap

Pull the cord and apply the weight at the end of cord by using a bed traction pulley/ apparatus


Used for both above and below knee application after injury and surgery

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