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The Dual-Purpose Cervical Traction Unit allows you to handle every possible configuration that can be presented to the cervical spine for both exercises:

 

1. The Cervical Repetitive Traction

2. The Cervical Traction Pull

 

The adjustable doughnut-shaped converters allow for 3 specific positions of the posterior cervical roll for both exercises.

 

Exercise 1: REPETITIVE CERVICAL TRACTION:

 

Position #1: "THIN” (converters furthest from each other): This thin posterior position allows for an upper-cervical specific focus for the Cervical Repetitive Traction. This is the roll thickness that you’re used to.

 

Position #2: "COMFORT” (converters about 1” apart): This position can be used as a comfort position to take pressure off the spinous processes for sensitive patients.

 

Position #3: "WIDE” (converters together in the center): This thick position allows for a more dispersed force in the cervical spine during Cervical Repetitive Traction for cases that you suspect ligament damage. This position simulates a wide/fat roll.

 

Exercise 2: CERVICAL TRACTION PULL: This is a new exercise that can be performed to improve the cervical lordosis.

 

Position #1: "THIN” (converters furthest from each other): This position provides a 2-3 vertebrae segment* focus for the Cervical Traction Pull. This is the roll thickness that you’re used to.

 

Position #2: "COMFORT” (converters about 1” apart): This position can be used as a comfort position to take pressure off the spinous processes for sensitive patients.

 

Position #3: "WIDE” (converters together in the center): This position allows for a wider 4-5 vertebrae segment* focus for the Cervical Traction Pull. Use if you suspect ligament damage or want a broader area of focus. This position simulates a wide/fat roll.

 

*"Segment" refers to specific spinal vertebra segment(s) being focused on during the exercise. Thin traction allows for a focused vertebral area while doing the prescribed exercise. Wide traction allows for a broad vertebral area while doing the prescribed exercise.

 

Watch the video describing the Dual-Purpose CTU by Dr Tony Nalda.

Dual-Purpose Cervical Traction Unit

$75.00Price