2505 / NECK TRACTION HAMMOCK / CERVICAL TRACTION DEVICE

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• Lightweight, compact and easy to install

• Stretches muscles while relieving shoulder and neck pain

• Soft foam head supports eliminate unwanted pressure

• A superior choice for on-the-go therapy session

• Easy to use

• Can be easily wrapped around any doorknob, railing or pole, providing the flexibility to be used virtually everywhere

• Neck sling attaches to two sewn-on double thick elastic straps along with looped attachment strap

Indications

• Chronic neck pain

• Stress and tension headaches

• Poor sleep

• Shoulder tension


Product Features

SOFT FOAM

soft foam

Soft foam head supports eliminate unwanted pressure to the skull, ensuring custom-tailored therapy

NECK SLING

Neck sling

Neck sling attaches to two sewn-on double-thick elastic straps along with looped attachment strap


How to Measure for and Apply the TRACTION HAMMOCK

UNIVERSALLY ADJUSTABLE

TO FIT MOST ADULTS

Application Instructions

1. Wrap the securing strap loop around a door handle. 

2. Ensure the head hammock is at a desired height - ideally 1” from the floor. 

3. Lie down and place your head in the hammock. 

4. Relax you head, neck and shoulders. For safety purposes, the use of a door stopper is recommended.

CERVICAL TRACTION UNIT

Medical Applications

Common Conditions of the CERVICAL SPINE

Cycle through the slides below to familiarize yourself with several common conditions associated with the cervical spine. The conditions described below may not be treated by the specific product listed above. Please view the above Medical Applications Chart to determine what conditions this page's associated product treats.


The Anatomy of the Cervical Spine

ANATOMY OF THE CERVICAL SPINE ILLUSTRATION

The cervical spine, or neck, begins at the base of the skull and through a series of seven vertebral segments connects to the thoracic, or chest, region of the spine. View the accompanying illustration, in association with the list below, to explore the anatomy of the cervical spine.


A. Atlas (C1 Vertebra)

B. Axis (C2 Vertebra)

C. C3 Vertebra

D. C4 Vertebra

E. C5 Vertebra

F. C6 Vertebra

G. C7 Vertebra

H. Facet Joint (connects each vertebra)

I. Cervical Disc



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