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01/20/2020 01:50 AM
SAUNDERS CERVICAL TRACTION DEVISE WITH TOTE BAG
Age. Less than 10 years old
Composition. Plastic, metal, fabric
Comments. This is a Saunders Cervical HomeTrac Home Traction Device that is designed to provide safe and effective traction (stretching) to the cervical region (neck). Traction forces are directed to the back of the head to prevent compression of the TMJ. This Saunders cervical traction device features a comfortable headrest that can be adjusted to provide the ideal incline for treatment and an adjustable pneumatic handheld pump designed to apply up to 50 lbs of cervical traction. The precise traction in 1-lb increments can be administered while relaxing for the effective treatment for a variety of cervical conditions. This home cervical traction device includes an easy-to-read pressure gauge, so you can have total control of the force at all times. There are also blow-off valve limits to the amount of force that can be applied. This home cervical traction device has an innovative design that replicates clinical traction and promotes consistency of treatment for the best results. It also features positioning alternatives that allow varying treatment options for the clinician. The Saunders cervical traction device requires no assembly and is ready to use out of the case. Get clinical-strength relief from the comfort and convenience of your home with this product. This item is in good shape with minor use wear, light soiling and comes with a 14 day from end of auction guarantee.
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