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Pronex Cervical Traction

Pronex SKU: PRGCx
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Short Description

Pronex Cervical Traction is a comfortable pneumatic cervical traction device that reduces neck pain and muscle spasms.

Pronex Cervical Traction


Pronex Cervical Traction is an easy to use cervical traction device patients can take in the comfort of their home. The product helps patients manage their cervical injury by relieving pain, reducing muscle spasm and decompressing spinal discs. Designed especially for use in the home, the Pronex neck opening cradles under the cervical region to correctly align and support the occiput at the base of your head. Once in position, the patient uses an inflation bulb to slowly expand the bellows with air, creating a gentle stretch of up to 35 lbs of continuously adjustable cervical neck traction. As the bellows expand against the upper neck and shoulders, the unit applies inline and counter traction for even distraction to the anterior and posterior cervical discs for comfortable, effective treatment. Squeezing the single-hand inflator bulb increases the pressure; a release knob gently reduces it. 


Pronex Cervical Traction Device Features:

  • Easy to use, comfortable, and supports the natural contours of the cervical spine
  • Unique design provides anatomically correct traction
  • Only home traction neck device that creates an even distraction in the anterior and posterior cervical discs while supporting cervical natural curvature of the neck.
  • Reduces the need for costly pain medication
  • Provides up to 30 lbs of continuously adjustable pull
  • Does not aggravate the temporomandibular joint
  • User friendly; No assembly required, no weights, no cables, no springs or levers
  • Portable and convenient - perfect for home use or a health care setting
  • Encourages regular use by the patient at home, helping to break the chronic pain cycle
  • One-year manufacturer warranty

 Recommended Manufacturer HCPC: E0855

Pronex Cervical Traction is indicated for:

  • Degenerative disc disease joint changes
  • Joint Pain/Symptomatic Facet joints
  • Muscles spasms/ muscle guarding
  • Discogenic pain
  • Post compression fracture
  • Nerve impingement: (subacute-chronic phase)
  • Herniated disc
  • Ligament encroachment
  • Osteophyte encroachment
  • Spinal nerve root swelling
  • Narrowing foramen
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Spondylolysis

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