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The neck or cervical spine is vulnerable to conditions that cause pain and reduce motion. Neck pain often results from poor posture habits when working or sleeping in an awkward position, muscle strain injuries, joint irritation, stress & tension, headaches, arthritis or bulging, herniated discs. TracCollar may help you to improve your posture and provide neck discomfort relief by gently lifting the weight of your head off of your neck and shoulders providing neck traction, which acts as a decompression force in the cervical spine.

TracCollar is a portable, inflatable neck traction collar which can help to reduce herniations, disc protrusions, bulges and ease the pain of pinched nerves and associated symptoms. By decreasing pressure, it also improves the blood flow to the neck, shoulders and arms, which can lead to reduced tension and promote healing, as well as relax muscles.

TracCollar’s design was developed by orthopedic engineers in Sweden for a better, more comfortable neck traction experience. It is important that you ensure that you have discussed your suitability for therapy with your healthcare professional before using TracCollar.

TracCollar comes in two sizes: a standard size (red) for collar size 16 inches or less and about 6 foot tall or under, and a large size (blue) for neck sizes 16 inches or over and about 6 foot tall or over.

The collar is constructed of special foam supports, while the inflatable bladders between the foam pieces contain natural rubber latex. The fabric covering is made of durable, yet comfortable tricot with 97% cotton and 3% lycra. TracCollar allows effective traction treatment options in your daily care for neck pain relief.

  • TracCollar may help with:
  • Tension and stiffness in neck and shoulders
  • Sore neck and shoulders
  • Headaches from neck tension & stress
  • Stiff neck muscles
  • Disc problems
  • Numbness, tingling, weakness, cold sensation in the arms and/or hands
  • Pinched nerves in the neck causing radiating pain
  • Poor posture from work, aging, injuries and bad habits
  • Stress causing neck and shoulder tension
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Repetitive injuries in the upper arm
  • Bursitis, tendonitis and osteoarthritis in the neck