Cervical Traction

Cervical traction is a procedure to relieve neck pain. It may also be used to treat cervical radiculopathy or pinched nerves. The device gently applies a tractional force to the cervical or neck vertebrae and results in the separation of disks and joint surfaces to provide relief to the affected area.

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I want to buy a cervical traction device for my neck and strain. Is it safe?

Query: Hello doctor, I have neck pain and strain past few days. I am thinking of purchasing the cervical traction device. I have attached the pictures of it. I need a professional opinion on whether this device will be helpful and the most important question, is it safe to use? Please give me your opinion...  Read Full »


Mohammed Wajid

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Thanks for writing in, and I understand your concern. I have seen this device and other models are also available in the market (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity). The most important thing about this device that it is perfect for people suf...  Read Full »

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