Domestic: 1-800-102-7902 | Export: +91 89434 34712
info@dynamictechnomedicals.com

TECHNICAL DETAILS     |     SIZE   |     DIRECTIONS FOR USE     |     BUY NOW

GENERAL DETAILS

Cervical Traction Kit can be used in case of neck pain. Usage of the kit can:

  • Reduce compressive forces in the neck
  • Reduce pressure on the disks
  • Relieve pressure on compressed nerves
  • The physician will specify the weight to be used, the time for which the traction has to be applied and the frequency of traction.
TECHNICAL DETAILS

The Home Cervical Traction has the following parts:

  • Foam padded chin and occipital pads for comfort during traction
  • Plastic cords as connection to the spreader bar
  • Over door Hanger, acts as a pulley for suspending weight in sitting position. This makes it convenient to use the kit even at home
  • Water bag to act as the weight
VARIATIONS

Available in Universal size

Size Available
Circumference of the neck

neck-circumference

 

 

Universal (For neck circumference of 30-46cm)

Directions for use

Secure the overhead hanger

Place the chin and occipital pads in the chin and occipital region respectively

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

Indications

For providing appropriate degree of traction to the cervical region at home/clinics/nursing home

As part of management of degenerative or inflammatory diseases at the cervical region( like spondylosis)

Related Products

Hard Collar

Hard Collar

A hard collar is user for supporting, immobilising, or adjusting the neck in the flexion, extension, or  Read More..

Soft Collar

Soft Collar

Preventing neck pain and injury, in most cases, can be done by limiting the activity of the neck and by giving Read More..

Innolife Soft Collar

Innolife Soft Collar

High density EVA foam padded and covered with cotton stockinette Gently stabilises and slightly immobilises Read More..

Cervical Traction

Cervical Traction

Cervical traction provides appropriate degree of traction at the cervical region both in sitting and lying position. Read More..