Therapy

Traction

Spinal/Cervical Traction is a form of decompression therapy that relieves pressure on the spine/neck. It can be performed manually or mechanically. Spinal/Cervical traction is used to treat herniated discs, sciatica, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, and many other back conditions.  People with spinal conditions benefit from this therapy because the traction reverses the force of gravity. 

Stretch & Ease Your Muscles the Comfortable Way

HCPCS Code: E0856


This transportable and light traction collar expands with twin tubes to softly stretch and ease muscles for pain relief. Advanced by orthopedic engineers for relaxed, powerful daily treatment, this traction physical therapy collar is built from neoprene foam with inner blowup bladders comprised of natural rubber latex. The Body Sport® cervical collar is for professional and home use, and does not require assembly or batteries. The buckles fasten easily for a comfortable and secure fit. Includes carrying case.

Theratrac Cervical Traction Device

HCPCS Code: E0849

Gently stretches neck muscles allowing the vertebral discs to realign, freeing the nerve root tissue from the pressure of the discs. The theratrac helps "locked" neck muscles to slowly stretch and relax, allowing misaligned vertebrae to resume their normal supportive position.