Used Chattanooga Saunders 3D ActiveTrac Decompression Table
New Decompression Belts
2007 Year Model
The Chattanooga Saunders 3D ActiveTrac is the smoothest performing, most advanced traction and mobilization table ever made. Its new, all-in-one design and state-of-the-art features give you the widest range of therapeutic techniques for treatment. Designed by H. Duane Saunders, MS PT, the 3D ActiveTrac is a revolutionary breakthrough in clinical treatment. No other traction or “decompression*” table, at any price, can match its performance and efficiency.The Chattanooga Saunders 3D Active Trac has many unique features, including its ability to actively separate the lower half of the table for lumbar traction. This results in the most direct and efficient traction force you've ever seen.And because the traction source is completely self-contained within the table, the awkward rope and pulley system of end-mounted traction units is obsolete. The 3D ActiveTrac takes up relatively little space and looks sleek and professional.In addition, the 3D ActiveTrac can adjust in three different dimensions - flexion/extension, sidebending and rotation. This allows the clinician to accommodate painful postural deformities that are difficult to treat with conventional traction tables.All in all, the outstanding features of the 3D ActiveTrac make it the perfect three-in-one table for traction, mobilization/manipulation, and treatment. *Decompression means unweighting due to distraction and positioning.
Chattanooga Saunders 3D Active Trac Lumbar Traction
The table easily adjusts in three dimensions - flexion/extension, rotation and side bending for treatment in various positions. And instead of an external power source attached to the patient via ropes and pulleys, the table itself actively separates to provideindividual cervical and lumbar traction, creating the experience of comfortable treatment in the exact position your patient needs. With traditional tables, your patients must lie flat on the treatment surface or try to get comfortable using pillows, wedges or stools. Many acute patients cannot tolerate the flat position because they present with a flexed, laterally shifted posture. With the 3D ActiveTrac you can easily flex or extend, side bend or rotate the lumbar section of the table to accommodate a patient’s painful posture. Once the patient is comfortable, you can gradually readjust the table to a more neutral position. This technique is particularly helpful for patients with acute or irritable lumbar