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Over Door Neck Traction Unit

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MGC-APE-FAB501000
18 In stock
This effective, over-the-door cervical traction kit contains everything needed for patient administered flexion or extension cervical traction, including overdoor pulley, water bag and halter. Mount over any door, to apply specific and effective cervical traction. No screws are required to attach the traction bracket it simply rests safely on the... Read More
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This effective, over-the-door cervical traction kit contains everything needed for patient administered flexion or extension cervical traction, including overdoor pulley, water bag and halter. Mount over any door, to apply specific and effective cervical traction. No screws are required to attach the traction bracket it simply rests safely on the top of the door. The unit is supplied with a water weight bag, that the patient fills to the correct level. Weight is easily chosen as the bag is marked with weight levels on the side.

Note - Retail customers must supply us with a written recommendation from your professional practitioner to purchase this product.

Neck traction is commonly performed to help relieve muscle spasms in the neck and shoulders, and to help relieve the pain of pinched nerves in the neck that cause headaches. The Overdoor cervical traction device provides up to twenty pounds of sustained traction to the Cervical spine, which is often recommended for relief from chronic neck pain due to cervical spondylosis, disk prolapse, whiplash, or torticollis.

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