Home Back Traction Delivers Five Simultaneous Traction Force Vectors For An Effective & Unique Device For Spinal Decompression

With the lower back under the expanded decompression of the traction device, the lumbosacral spine region is gently, though powerfully tractioned vertically and simultaneously rotated and unwound horizontally.

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Home Back Traction Features


X-axis pelvic belt system


Rocking mechanism built in on bottom of frame


Two uniquely angled air cells with neoprene covers create multi-vectored force and expanding decompression


Back Unit Frame


Dual patient controlled hand pumps with easy push button release


Foot Unit Belt – Y axis pelvic belt system creates bi-vectored traction along Y and X axis


Bi-vectored Pelvic Traction Pedal – with the back under expanding decompression, the lumosacral and pelvic region is gently though powerfully translated along the Y axis and around the X axis and simultaneously rotated and unwound around the X axis


Carry Case

Simply stated, the pentavec (5 vector) 2500 unit lifts and expands the lower back while the sacrum and pelvis are rotated up and translated away. The feeling is one of lightness and freedom from the monotonous compression and coiling in the lower discs and joints. You can feel the powerful yet gentle blend of operator applied forces the home back traction delivers.



Exclusive bladder stitching allows for greater expanding flexibility


Inside bladder fabric 100% expandable “ballistic” nylon


Exclusive patented dual air cell pouch allows for independent angled joint separation


Outside bladder fabric 100% neoprene, waterproof and flexible


Frame material engineered high impact “ABS”. Made to last


Push button air release valves with dual manual controlled hand pumps


Curved bottom allows for rocking motion

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There is an ongoing study using the device into the effects and the MRI verified results were accomplished solely with the home back traction that is controlled by the user, which is capable of applying five disctinct forces simultaneously into the lower back and pelvis.

before after

This difficult case exhibits disc compression, dessication and bulging with osteophyte formation at various levels. This is typical of degenerative disc disease. Compare thedisc compression at L1/L2 and L4/L5 in this image with no device applies, with the disc expansion in the next image on the same subject during application.

During simultaneous application of the multi-vector forces applied by the home back traction, there is a high level joint expansion of 47% at L1/L2 and 43% at L4/L5 by using the device which provides 5 simultaneous vectors of force. The MRI images clearly show the significant joint expansion.

Case Study:
I’ve been using the Home Back Traction for 3 weeks, once a day for about 5-6 minute sessions. Prior to using the home back traction, I was experiencing sharp, excruciating pain on my left side and lower back for over 6 months. Even though I was getting adjustments, massages, used a stretching coach every week and even tried swimming, I was still unable to work out due to severe back pain. My pain has now decreased by at least 70%! It went from sharp, excruciating pain to a low grade dull ache. I have tried everything in the past and I attribute this decrease in pain to the device. The increase in motion, flexibility and decrease in pain has been dramatic and life changing for me. I will continue to use it.

——— Thank You. Dr. MM


In this image, the device uses the exertion of simultaneous five force vectors.

This unique force combination is producing a 93% retention of the inflated lordotic curve while simulataneously translating and unwinding the sacral base by 49%!

This results in relief.

Home Back Traction Set-up

Home Back Traction Belt

This belt should not be tight when fastened.

Home Back Traction Short

Never adjust pelvic belt or foot-unit belt so tight that legs cannot be easily extended or so that pelvic belt causes pain.

adjustment extension

Proper adjustment knees slightly bent.

With heels pushed out and up and legs extended, Back Unit has now slid below buttocks, lifting buttocks up and off the ground. Foot Unit will also be lifted about 1 inch off the ground.

Home Back Traction Note:

  • Final adjustments to belts may need to change if heel thickness of shoes changes. Always wear shoes!
  • Use the device on a comfortable, firm surface.
  • For the more sensitive low back person, we recommend using the device on your bed/mattress when first starting.
  • Use it to hydrate the discs daily or as recommended by your health care professional. Even a 3-5 minute workout is beneficial.
  • Consult your health care professional before beginning any exercise program

Home Back Traction Training Instructions


1. Grasp the two hand pumps, squeeze each pump separately to confirm which one operates the lowest air cell and inflate lowest air cell first to a firm comfortable level. (Usually 1-9 complete pumps)

2. Inflate upper air cell to an equally comfortable level. (Usually 1-9 complete pumps)

3. Squeeze both pumps at the same time. (Usually 1-5 more pumps) To release air cells simply push down air release button on hand pumps.

4. With your knees bent and feet firmly on the ground (A), rock pelvis up and backward toward belly button using your abdominal muscles to lift buttocks (B). Then rock downward using back muscles and allow lower back to gently stretch over air cells, lowering buttocks to the floor (C). Gently rock back and forth 3-5 times or more.

knees bent feet on ground rock up rock down

5. Then with both feet in the Foot Unit and knees bent slightly (5A), gently and gradually straighten legs pushing with your heels against the Foot Unit (5B). The Back Unit will now slide down from your lower back toward your pelvis and buttocks (usually 1-4 inches). Hold this position for approximately 30 to 60 seconds; then relax your legs and slide forward so Foot Unit is again under the small of your back and gently rock forward (5C) and back (5D).

feet legs slide forward

6. Repeat step 5 several times with Back Unit inflated to a comfortable level or deflate air cells by pushing down on both air release buttons at the same time and repeat steps 1-5 as desired.

7. On your last repetition, extend Foot Unit and hold up to 8 minutes maximum (7A). Gradually work up to this 8 minute goal over several training sessions, never extend legs for more than 1 minute in initial training session!

8. Relax your legs and slide forward so Back Unit is again under the small of your back. Gently rock forward, back and forward a few times. (5C, 5D, 5C)

back rocking

extend foot unit and hold

9. Deflate both air cells approximately half way. Release Pelvic Belt from waist and remove feet from Foot Unit. Move the Back Unit toward mid and upper back (9A) and gently stretch arms over head (9B) to decompress the middle and upper back. Perform this movement several times as you slide and roll over Back Unit. Gently roll off exerciser and on to your left or right side slowly and carefully before rising.

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  • Gradually increase your air cell inflation as comfort permits.
  • Use the device to hydrate discs daily or as recommended by your health care professional.
  • Placing a cold pack over one of the air cells, usually the lowest pouch is recommended to speed recovery from stiffness and discomfort. Cover cold pack with cloth. Chronic stiffness and discomfort may take several days to adequately subside. If discomfort persists, consult your health care professional.
  • Just like performing any new exercise, an aggressive workout with the device can temporarily make you sore. To reduce this occurrence, inflate the exerciser at lower levels and keep your workout under 10 minutes for the first 2 weeks. This will allow your body to gradually adapt to a more aggressive workout.

Home Back Traction – Adjusting Pelvic Pull

1. The Pelvic Belt is adjusted slightly loose around the pelvis, below the waist and belly button. This belt should not be tight when fastened!

pelvic belt not too tight

2. After pelvic belt adjustment, the buckle may be off center. Center buckle by pulling the buckle toward the center. Slide hip pads along belt to make room if necessary. If pelvic belt becomes twisted, also use this maneuver to untwist by pulling the belt all the way to the right and all the way to the left (several times) until belt becomes untwisted.

center buckle Untwist Buckle

3. Tuck excess pelvic belt into right hip pad if desired.

Tuck Belt tucking belt

4. If belt connections are protruding from Back Unit opening, simply pull right and left sides of pelvic belt away from eachother before making adjustments.

pull belt prior to adjustments

Home Back Traction- Foot Unit Belt

The further apart Back and Foot Unit are from each other, the less the pelvic pull; the closer they are together, the tighter the pull.

1. To decrease pull: Open buckle flap completely and pull Foot Unit away from Back Unit. Lock buckle comletely.

decrease pull lock buckle

2. To increase pull: Open buckle flap completely, grasp Foot Unit and pull/slide buckle toward Back Unit. Lock buckle completely.

increase pull lock buckle
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