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Supine C-Trax Standard Halter - Intermittent, Patient-controlled Supine Cervical Traction

3.3 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Can be used to administer static or intermittent cervical traction while patient is in supine position
  • Unit mounts to any door frame


Product Description

Size: C-Trax Unit - w: Std Halter

The innovative and patented Supine C-Traxª is a physical therapist designed cervical traction system for optimal supine positioning and comfortable intermittent traction force. Using any door frame, the Supine C-Traxª is quickly and easily set up; positioning into cervical flexion or extension is also as effortless. Furthermore, the one-of-a-kind intermittent traction attachment allows the clinician a choice of intermittent or static force. TMJ Halter which avoids impingement of TMJ (Temporal Mandibular Joint). Standard with the Supine C-Traxª is a 20lb (9kg) water weight bag. Due to short treatment times and hygeine concerns this item is not returnable. Content on this site is for reference purposes and is not intended to substitute for advice given by a physician, pharmacist, or other licensed health-care professional. You should not use this information as self-diagnosis or for treating a health problem or disease. Contact your health-care provider immediately if you suspect that you have a medical problem.

Product Details

Size: C-Trax Unit - w: Std Halter
  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001VAQ95I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #592,017 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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This contraption has indeed helped quite a bit with my headaches and has saved me from several migraines. It gently stretches my neck and provides almost immediate relief from muscle spasms. You can use it while sitting in a chair or lying on a bed. Unfortunately though, it doesn't come with adequate instructions, and I suspect that it could even be a little bit dangerous if you don't use it with care. Therefore, I give it four stars instead of five.

When I first tried this thing, I expected it to "pop" my neck like a chiropractor would. Instead, it just exerted a slow, steady pull and didn't seem to be doing much of anything. I experienced a few moments of anxiety because the harness was wrapped around my head and it felt like I was being hanged. It was hard to get myself into position, with cords and a heavy weight hanging from my head. After I finally relaxed though, the traction started to feel kind of good. Since the instructions didn't say how long to use it, I stopped after about five minutes. I was disappointed, because nothing seemed to have happened, except that my neck was pleasantly stretched a little. About an hour later, I tossed my head to the side (because the muscles were still sore and hurting) and pop! My neck fixed itself.

Guess what? That same thing has happened almost every time I have used this gadget. It seems to pull the spine out just a little, like a Slinky, which takes the pressure off the discs between the vertebrae and allows the spine to realign when you remove the pressure. It also seems to stretch the muscles so they can't spasm.

The thing consists of two soft straps that fit behind your head and under your jaw.
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By LF on October 27, 2013
Size: C-Trax Unit - w: TMJ Halter Verified Purchase
I was hesitant when I bought this, but also desperate for a solution to degenerative disc disease that cause my arms to go numb and painfully burn when I lay down to try to sleep at night. My chiropractor does manual traction on me at his office and this is the only way he can get enough room between the vertebrae in my neck to even be able to adjust me. He was going out of town, so he helped me pick out this device. I strained my neck doing yard work right after he left and I was unable to sleep for the first two nights he was gone. The next day I tried this device at 6 pounds of water in the AM and 8 pounds before bed. I slept like a baby the whole night through with no pain or burning!

Pros
1. It works, plain and simple!
2. It's supine. The sitting up version doesn't work well because all our muscles are engaged to sit up. Laying down, everything relaxes and the traction can do a better job.
3. The water weight bag is sturdy.
4. It has an extra rope and handle that can be used to pull the bag up and release the traction when in position. This is helpful to getting out of it or using it to release and apply traction repeatedly. I keep it almost taught to catch the weight bag in the event of harness slippage or rope failure.
5. The TMJ harness is quite comfortable and really does put all the pressure on the occipital.
6. Affordable price when compared to the $300 plus devices.

Cons
1. It's a little big awkward to get into position, especially with a heavier weight bag. I put the harness on lying down and then have to rock back and forth sliding down while holding the bag with the rope in one hand until I'm far enough down to feel the traction. Then I release the bag so the traction is on the harness.
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This contraption has indeed helped quite a bit with my headaches and has saved me from several migraines. It gently stretches my neck and provides almost immediate relief from muscle spasms. You can use it while sitting in a chair or lying on a bed. Unfortunately though, it doesn't come with adequate instructions, and I suspect that it could even be a little bit dangerous if you don't use it with care. Therefore, I give it four stars instead of five.

When I first tried this thing, I expected it to "pop" my neck like a chiropractor would. Instead, it just exerted a slow, steady pull and didn't seem to be doing much of anything. I experienced a few moments of anxiety because the harness was wrapped around my head and it felt like I was being hanged. It was hard to get myself into position, with cords and a heavy weight hanging from my head. After I finally relaxed though, the traction started to feel kind of good. Since the instructions didn't say how long to use it, I stopped after about five minutes. I was disappointed, because nothing seemed to have happened, except that my neck was pleasantly stretched a little. About an hour later, I tossed my head to the side (because the muscles were still sore and hurting) and pop! My neck fixed itself.

Guess what? That same thing often happens when I use this gadget. It seems to pull the spine out just a little, like a Slinky, which takes the pressure off the discs between the vertebrae and allows the spine to realign when you remove the pressure. It also seems to stretch the muscles so they can't spasm.

The thing consists of two soft straps that fit behind your head and under your jaw. They are attached to a cord with a pulley that you can hang over the top of a door, or wedge it into the hinged side of the door.
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