The DDS Cervitrac is the most comprehensive cervical traction device for treating neck pain. It’s the only device that offers the option to receive pneumatic traction while lying down in the supine position or upright for mobile treatment. The soft traction collar can detach from the stand giving users total freedom. Never be restricted to the confines of a doorway again!
When inflated, the advanced pneumatic expansion system lifts from the occipital pushing upwards and pushing down on the upper shoulders.
The process is simple: by increasing the intervertebral disc space, pressure applied on the nerve root is relieved, thereby, eliminating pain while assisting active-rehabilitation. Spinal decompression reveals promising results for the future, and effective management of patients with all types of disc disease and spinal injuries.
Don’t ever limit your options for treatment or even your mobility while being treated. You can have it all! The soft traction collar can detach from the DDS Cervitrac frame giving users total freedom to treat their condition. Find traction relief while lying down, sitting up or standing.
|Small||11.5" - 14.5"|
|Large||14.6" - 17.5"|
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"Thank you for bringing the DDS traction systems to our department-in a short time they have proven to be unique and useful in treating spinal disorders, pain, and paresthesias. I have tried the DDS 300 myself one afternoon while experiencing low back pain, and it completely resolved my complaints while I wore it. I have never found such an effective dynamic lumbar stabilization brace, not to mention the constant lumbar distraction it provides while in motion."Matt Landfield, Senior Physical Therapist