Lumbar Forward Glide
Lumbar Flexion / Extension
Lumbar Side Bending
Cervical Side Bending
Cervical Flexion / Extension
Here's how the Antalgic-Trak Decompression Chair Works...
The chair starts upright allowing you to sit comfortably and then gently lowers you back to the horizontal position. If you can't lie horizontally, the chair can be raised to any angle and decompression is applied in that position.
The computer is then set by the doctor according to your weight or general condition. There are many factors that can be set into the computer including force and timing. The computer-controlled mechanism applies a gentle pull (or traction) to your neck or low back. Initial treatment is very gentle and the sensation is hardly felt. As you progress through your treatment regimen, the settings are increased according to your condition and tolerance. Each treatment regimen is tailored to your individual needs.
Both the low back (lumbar) and neck (cervical) sections of the Antalgic-Trak can be manually moved to different positions. During a treatment, these sections may be locked in a specific position with decompression applied in that position, or, the decompression can be maintained in a 'pull phase' and the doctor can manually move the chair in various ranges of motion. No other decompression unit can move like the Antalgic-Trak.
Available in Toronto, exclusively at Welcome Back Spinal Care Centre
230-4915 Bathurst Street
Mouse over the small pictures below to see how each section can move.
As you can see, the versatility of the Antalgic-Trak is endless.
Combinations of these motions can also be utilized to specifically target your problem area.
No other decompression machine is capable of doing what the Antalgic-Trak can do.
Photograph courtesy of Dr. Andre Robidoux, Montreal, PQ
Spinal Decompression Chair
Do you have Neck or Low Back Pain?
Have you tried other therapies and your not getting the anticipated results?
The Antalgic-Trak Decompression Chair may be the answer....
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