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TracCollar Neck Traction Collar - M/L (Blue) by BodySport (English Manual)
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I LOVE this traction device. A friend had one and I was so excited to find this one. I have two herniated discs and two bulging discs. The only thing that provides relief seems to be decompression. I ordered a cheaper one of these and it lasted about 4 times, plus I could barely stand to use it because of the smell. TOTAL BUST.
This is a great device and provides pain relief. It is easy to use. I have been using mine for a few years now, off and on and it is still in great condition! Works great, still clean and smells good.
Pros: Comes with it's own case to keep it nice and clean. Well built. Again, mine has lasted for a few years now. I don't use it every day, but I don't need it as much. I can use while I simply sit and watch TV, so it isn't a huge time investment. It's far cheaper than the chiro and easier to use too! I do see a chiro in addition to using the device, but I have noticed it has really helped my neck to feel better. I am not a medical professional, and I am not giving any medical or chiropractic advice, I just know how I feel.
Cons: I am not complaining, but it is a little expensive. For me, it was worth it because I really had a lot of pain, but not everyone can afford the price tag. I know if mine stopped working, I would invest in another one for sure.
delighted, Delighted, DELIGHTED !! I have long-term neck problems from rheumatoid arthritis and several accidents, with nerve impingement contributing to migraine and back spasm. I've long had a different pneumatic traction device prescribed by physical therapists after an accident, but it is difficult and uncomfortable to use (and must be used lying down.) This device is a joy. I am able to use it even while working. I awoke today with a migraine and associated spreading spasm that begins at the base of my skull and works it's way down to the middle of my back. By inflating the track collar for a few minutes every hour and keeping it on in between, I have avoided the intense spasms and have been able to keep working.
I first saw devices like this on late-night tv ads. Many that are similar to the one I saw on tv (3-7 stacked inflatable rings) look shoddily made and get poor reviews. (They look like a stack of inflatable children's pool rings, but with some type of fabric flocking.) This device, however, is quite different and very well constructed. It is essentially an inflatable cervical collar. The bladders are surrounded by foam, giving it the feel (and when not inflated, the function) of a nomal cervical collar. The air release valve is push-button as opposed to screw-type, making it very easy to use. The fact that the two bladders can be inflated separately means you can fine-tune the inflation to deal with an uneven head tilt, etc.
NOTE: Since frozen shoulders not infrequently accompany problem necks, one potential issue for some users would be that the collar buckles in the back. I have succesfully put it on by lengthening the straps, buckling in front, turning the collar, then tightening the straps. The straps are fairly long, so pulling them tight does not require as much shoulder flexibility as actually managing the buckles in the back. But once on and tight, the TracCollar is difficult (if not impossible) to turn to the front again to unbuckle. Since the TracCollar is shaped like a cervical collar, with a dip in front for the neck, using it backwards probably would put the neck in an orthopedically incorrect position.
Five stars plus +++
There're some notes that people should pay attention to when using. Don't be tempted to use TOO much air pressure. There's a negative effect by trying to prop up a person's head using their shoulders. Too much weight on the shoulders can cause other issues and a really annoying gnawing pain at the base of your neck. The best use case is to combine rest and use of this traction collar together.
While the Collar works, it's not 100% effective, so that's the 4 stars. A better solution would be something similar to a backpacking backpack. Something that puts more of the load on the hips and waist instead of just your shoulder.
However, in the interim between the present and the surgery scheduled a few months from now, this traction collar in conjunction with an inversion/incline bench has helped her regain some of her day to day lifestyle.