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Pelvic Traction Kit with Weight Bag

Size: Small
Size chart
Size Chart | A16

Product Code: G24
Sizes Available: S, M, L, XL, XXL

The Tynor Pelvic Traction Kit with Weight Bag is a device used to provide traction to the pelvic region to alleviate pain and discomfort in the lower back, hips, and legs. The kit includes a weight bag that can be filled with water or sand to provide the necessary weight for traction, a pelvic belt, and a spreader bar to distribute the weight evenly and comfortably.

    • Easy to use home/ hospital kit
    • Adaptable to most beds
    • Controlled and uniform traction
    • The accurate focus of the traction force
    • Easy removal and application
    • Reduced frictional losses
    Applications
        • The kit is designed to provide traction to the pelvic region, which can help alleviate pain and discomfort in the lower back, hips, and legs.
        • It can be used to treat a range of conditions that affect the pelvic region, including sciatica, disc herniation, and sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
        • The kit is easy to use and can be set up at home or in a clinical setting.
        • The weight bag included in the kit can be filled with water or sand to provide the necessary weight for traction.
        • The kit comes with a pelvic belt and a spreader bar, which are designed to distribute the weight of the traction evenly and comfortably.
        • Traction with this kit can help to stretch the muscles and ligaments in the pelvic region, which can promote healing and relieve pressure on nerves and other structures.
        • The kit can be used for both static and intermittent traction, which can be tailored to the specific needs of the patient.
        • It is a non-invasive and low-risk treatment option that can be used alongside other forms of therapy or as a standalone treatment.
        • The use of the Tynor Pelvic Traction Kit should be done under the guidance of a healthcare professional who can determine the appropriate weight, duration, and frequency of treatment based on the patient's individual needs.
    Features
    • Designed to be conveniently used at homes or hospitals. Durable and sturdy for long life and multiple uses.
    • The large hook loop area of the belt provides customized compression and flexibility in sizing. Oblique traction straps ensure the vector of the traction force onto the LS vertebras.
    • Can be used in sleeping posture. Pulley is ergonomically designed to fit any bedside. A soft padded head halter provides a comfortable interface for traction and is easy to wear and use.
    • A complete solution, the Kit includes Traction Pulley Bracket. Cervical Traction Head Halter, Cervical Traction Spreader Bar, Traction Cord 10 ft., Traction Weight Bag.
    Construction
      • Traction pulley bracket

      A versatile design that can be used for all kinds of tractions and practically most beds. The flexible pulley arm can be adjusted at various angles to suit the individual needs of the traction type, the bed or the patient.

      • Cervical Traction Head Halter

      Tynor CT Head Halter is a highly anatomic halter to provide effective and comfortable traction. Made out of three-layered aesthetically pleasing, PU bonded fabric. The skin interface layers provide a soft feel and plush look. The polymer gel insert gives excellent cushioning to the occiput with no pressure points. 

      • Cervical Traction Spreader Bar

      Designed to hold the two loops of cord coming out of two sides of the head halter. Cast out of aluminum to provide a lightweight yet sturdy body.

      • Traction Cord 10 ft.

      Designed to provide a smooth surface, so that there is no loss of force of traction because of friction. Woven out of Nylon for strength and long life. 

      • Traction Weight Bag

      Made out of the polyvinyl sheet. Can be custom filled to get weight from 1 to 12 Kgs using water or sand. Easy to use, and convenient to store, when not in use.

    Caution/ Recommendations
    • Use this product under the strict guidance of a qualified
    • Discontinue use and seek the guidance of a qualified doctor, in case of
      • Impaired sensation
      • Impaired blood flow
      • Allergy rash or itching
      • If pain increases or persists consult your doctor in case of concurrent use with another medical device
    • Consult your doctor in case of concurrent use of another medical
    • Misuse or improper use of the device can lead to adverse effects and decrease
    • Follow the instructions mentioned on the box
    • Keep out of reach of children

    Recommendation:

    1. A weight of 3 to 6 Kg is recommended. Consult an orthopedic doctor for accurate weight/force requirements.
    How to use
      1. The bedside pulley is hung on the side of the bed.

      2. CT Head Halter - Unfasten the hook loop side straps. Slide the head through the halter. The cushioned pad should be placed on the backside, aligning with the occiput The front pad comes under the chin Fasten hook loop straps to get a stable, comfortable fit. Cut excessive strap if needed The halter can now be connected to the rest of the Tynor Pelvic Traction Kit with Weight Bag kit. Ensure correct posture under the strict guidance of a qualified doctor

      3. The two straps from the head halter are hooked to the slots in the CT spreader bar. CT spreader bar is then connected to the weights through traction cord and overhead pulley bracket. This traction system is used while lying down.

    Contents: Steel, Polyamide, Polyurethane, Polymer Gel, Polyester

    Size Chart

    TYNOR PELVIC TRACTION KIT WITH WEIGHT BAG Size chart

    Product Manual

    G24AAZ-SML-PELVC-TRAC-KIT-WBAG

    Customer Reviews

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    Denver Mill (Jalandhar, IN)
    The belt worth every single cent you pay.

    I had had lower back discomfort for a number of years, but I didn't pay much attention to it because it wasn't bad. The pain was localised to my hip and the side of my right leg, even though I didn't feel it while I ran or played soccer—only when I was standing or walking. I was given a herniated disc diagnosis in 2015, and an MRI in 2021 revealed spondylolisthesis and lumbar spinal stenosis.
    I received the item two weeks ago. After two days of use, my back began to hurt severely. After three days of readjustment, the discomfort has much decreased.
    After using the device for a week, I am really pleased with it, and the purchase was definitely worthwhile.

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