DDS Cervitrac Cervical Traction Collar

The DDS Cervitrac is a comprehensive cervical traction device for treating neck pain. The patented Air Traction pneumatic collar may be worn while ambulating throughout the day or while lying in a supine position when attached to the removable stand. Treatment can be administered effectively and easily on the spot. By increasing the intervertebral disc space, pressure applied on the nerve root is relieved, eliminating pain while promoting recovery.

  • 1 - TRACTION COLLAR--The patented and lightweight expansion belt provides traction effect.
  • 2 - CHIN COLLAR--The contoured frontal collar is soft and ergonomic while providing support and stability.
  • 3 - ONE-TOUCH VELCRO TYPE CONNECTORS--Provides easy to operate fixed-points for traction effect.
  • 4 - STAND--Provides pneumatic traction while in the supine position.
  • 5 - DDS HAND AIR PUMP--Standard Manual Hand Air Pump.

Typical Indications

  • Herniated, Bulging discs
  • Whiplash injuries without fracture or dislocation
  • Degenerative changes
  • Arthritis
  • Nerve Impingement
  • Compressions / Radiculopathies
  • Spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Compression fracture

Sizing Chart

Size Measurement
Small 11.5 - 14.5 inches
Large 14.6 - 17.5 inches

Clinical Benefits

  • Reduce pressure on nerves
  • Improve posture
  • Increase range of motion
  • Reduce muscle tension causing cervical stiffness
  • Ambulatory traction treatment

Ordering Information

Please fax your orders to: (716) 712-0882 or our toll free fax at: (866) 712-0882.


  • Recent Guidelines from the Orthopedic Section of the American PT Association state: “Clinicians should consider the use of mechanical intermittent cervical traction...for reducing pain and disability in patients with neck and neck-related arm pain”.
  • A study on the efficacy of home cervical traction therapy for whiplash/spondylosis syndromes reported excellent results, with 81% of participants reporting symptomatic relief (Am J Phys Med Rehabil 1999; 78(1):39).
  • A 2005 study reports that 91% of patients using cervical traction exhibited reduced pain and improved function through 6-months follow-up (J Orth & Sports Phy Ther 2005;35:(12)802).
  • Forward head posture puts pressure on the cervical nerves, and is an important factor in premature aging, causing: improper spine function, disc desiccation & degeneration, heart & vascular problems, and loss of range of motion, lung capacity (up to 30%) and proper bowel function (Cailliet, Rejuvenation Strategy” 1987).