Saunders Lumbar Traction Helps Patients Maintain Clinical Gains Between Appointments and Effectively Manage Chronic Conditions

Saunders(r) Lumbar Traction
Helps patients maintain clinical gains between appointments and effectively manage chronic conditions
Split table design replicates clinical traction and promotes consistency of treatment
Actively moving treatment surface ensures efficient application of traction
Patented pneumatic system ensures reliable force accuracy and leak-free performance
Friction-free surface ensures smooth motion
Easy-to-read pressure gauge provides total control of the force at all times
Blow-off valve limits the amount of force that can be applied
Can be used on a bed or floor
Carrying case doubles as a comfortable treatment surface
Detachable wheels provide enhanced portability
No-slip harnesses incorporate belt-organizers for quick set-up
Does not require assembly

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  1. This thing is awesome So let’s see…I can barely walk, my L2 and L3 are all screwed up with bone spurs, the disc between those 2 vertebrae has been flattened and destroyed, taking some of my L3 with it. (there’s a hole in my L3)So my pain management Dr. Prescribes one of these…(of course my insurance didn’t cover it and the company that sent it wanted $1200 cash because they are thieves, so I sent it back, but I got to use it for 3 months)Every time I strapped in (which was easy) and started pumping, along with a beautiful feeling of my muscles FINALLY being able to relax for the first time in my life, I heard a whole bunch of little pops and clicks. I don’t know enough about anatomy to say what caused the popping and clicking but man, all of those muscles and joints were moving, and it was a beautiful feeling…I have a schmorl’s node between L2 and L3 (the disc is bulging UP INTO L3, causing tiny fractures in L3) and after 7 or 8 pumps on the hand pump, I felt and hear it pop out….man, what a beautiful, incredible feeling…If you can afford it, I reccomend this wholeheartedly. It really really helps with decompressing a sore lower back. I can’t afford it however, due to never-ending medical bills, and therefore I will buy the teeter hang ups P3 lynx for $99. It does the same thing (but you have to use your own strength, not a pump, so it’s not for people who are really really screwed up).

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