MECHANICAL LUMBAR TRACTION WITH UNILATERAL & BILATERAL FLEXION




BACK ON TRAC™ provides a gentle and safe mechanical traction to the lumbar spine without all of the restraints and weight.

The 15 factory protocols allow for multiple combinations of unilateral and bilateral static and intermittent traction with length and degree settings

The ergonomically correct chair design allows you to comfortably start from a seated position.

With the press of a button, BACK ON TRAC™ safely moves you into supine position with your pelvis and knees in the correct position for the session

BACK ON TRAC™ has no cumbersome restraints allowing for a very comfortable, relaxing therapy session


Effects of Lumbar Mechanical Traction


What Can BACK ON TRAC™ do for you?

Reduce pain and increase Range Of Motion

Vertebra Separation, which may decrease intradiscal pressure and reduce bulging of nuclear material and may reduce bulging of nuclear material, and may enhance osmosis from vertebral endplates, increasing fluid/blood supply to discs.

Separation and gliding of the facet joints, establishing potential for the improved alignment, articulation, and joint mobility.

Tensing, if not stretching of the system of spinal ligaments.

Widening of vertebral foramina, allowing increased space for spinal nerve roots.

Straightening of spinal curves

Stretching of the spinal musculature, potentially decreasing its sensitivity to stretch and therefore decreasing muscle spasms/guarding. It is also possible that this stretch may improve blood supply to posterior soft tissues. Indications for Lumbar Mechanical Traction



Spinal nerve root impingement:

Bulging and Herniated disc, Ligament encroachment, Narrowing of the intervertebral foramen, Osteophyte encroachment, Spinal nerve root swelling, Spondylolisthesis, Joint hypomobility, Degenerative joint disease, Extrinsic muscle spasm and muscle guarding, Discogenic pain, Joint pain, Compression fracture, Contraindications for Lumbar Mechanical Traction, Acute joint sprains, strains and inflammation, Spinal instability and general joint hyper mobility, Spinal Acute Fractures, Spinal Cancer, Pregnancy, Osteoporosis, Hiatal hernia, Bilateral neurological signs – may indicate a cord compromise.



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We are located on North Pine Street or 171 North in DeRidder, Louisiana

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