Cervical Traction Collar For Neck Pain Relief
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*New: A new removable stand model offers the same great traction with freedom for ergonomic application while lying down or sitting/standing. Medicare/PDAC/Insurance code E0849.
|Use Lying Down||Use Sitting/Standing|
The single collar is one size fits all, however the collar does not do well on a real petite body frame, like 110 lbs and under. Choose the collar and stand with more specific sizing from 11.5 to 17.5 inches in circumference (measure around neck).
There are many types of braces and collars that have been developed over the years for the neck, however, the Cervical Traction Collar brings to you an entirely new concept to assist in the treatment of cervical neck pain.
The cervical traction collar is ergonomically designed to provide comfort, support, and stability with a one-touch Velcro closure that is numbered for not only easy attachment and removal, but you can get the same fit for consistent results.
A traction air bladder inflates and expands with a unique vertical air pressure technology for a smooth and even traction effect.
The air injection nozzle allows simple connection to pump for inflation without bulbs. The back portion is a support frame which provides a fixed point for traction effect. Stabilizes pressure on the collar bone and chest area. The air pump and a detailed manual is included with the unit.
The cervical spine is complex and its unique location and mobility make it prone to injury as well as postural strain. There are many muscles, which connect the neck to both the head and shoulders. The discs are in between the spinal bones of the cervical spine and act to absorb shock and provide height for the sensitive nerves to go through. These nerves go to the neck, shoulder arms and hands.
Unfortunately, structures in the neck can produce pain, discs can degenerate and herniate, producing local neck pain as well as pain that radiates into the shoulders arms and even hands. This results from pinching of the nerve and loss of disc height. This can cause a reactive muscle spasm, causing further pain and stiffness.
Can The Cervical Traction Collar Device Help?
The collar reduces the pressure on the cervical discs by widening of the intervertebral disc space through the use of air pressure. Scientifically designed air cells inside the cervical traction collar expand the device vertically to apply a traction force to the cervical spine. This traction force or unloading of the discs can quickly provide significant pain relief. Users will feel immediate support as well as providing maximum comfort.
The longitudinal expansion system of the Cervical Traction Collar helps reduce intra-discal pressure within the cervical spine. Researchers have scientifically identified proven benefits for patients challenged with bulging discs, herniated discs, degenerative discs and radiculopathy or radiating nerve pain in the arms with as little as two 30 minute treatments per day
Features of the Cervical Traction Collar:
- Pain Relief For Bulging Disc, Herniated Discs, Degenerative Disc Disease And Radiculopathy In The Arms
- Advanced Tubeless Air Cell Design
- Waterproof, Moisture Proof Resistant Material For Machine Washing
- Minimize Pain – Reduce Pain Medication
- Neck Pain Syndrome
- Pinched Nerve
- Cervical Radiculopathy
- Herniated or Bulging Disc
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Chronic Neck Pain
- Chronic Migraine
Cervical Traction Collar Treatable Symptoms:
Professional Grade Traction Collar
There are many different types of inflatable collars which provide traction, and this is one of the more expensive units. However, it provides significant traction to the cervical spine with less traction force. The collar is constructed with quality, professional grade materials for durability. The pump is unique. It is not a bulb, but a hand pump that has a gauge with clear indications. This, along with a number system fastener allows for a very consistent form of traction to the cervical spine that professionals can prescribe with confidence. The new stand allows traction while lying down, removing the weight of the head (about 10 pounds). Fitting like a glove, the stand permits an ergonomically sound supine position for increased efficacy, while maintaining the option for application while sitting or standing.
The cervical traction collar is easy to use. It does not take long to get accustomed to application and it uses a hand pump which allows for precise measurement of the traction force. This allows a gradual introduction of traction force to the cervical spine in a gradual manner, with a progression from 5, 10 and 15 PSI on the first, second and third day of use.
It is recommended to use the cervical traction collar for 15 to 20 minutes; 2 to 3 times per day, or as instructed by your doctor or therapist. The traction unit comes with all parts, including an instructional manual. However, you can see the ease of use and application by viewing the video with instructions. This model is an upgrade from the DDS 100 to the DDS Max, which provides the addition of significant comfort to the chin and shoulders. This is a serious, high quality neck traction device and is the professional standard for inflatable cervical traction collars. The video will also show results from using the device as captured by MRI studies, verifying the results on the cervical spine, which is associated with decompression and relief of pressure on discs and sensitive nerves.
If you need assistance or have questions regarding the cervical traction collar, we are happy to assist, please feel free to contact Neck Solutions.