Why Traction?
If you’re looking for a solution to middle and lower back pain, hip pain and even sciatic nerve pain, look no further. The InLine Traction Control System will help resolve joint and back pain conveniently and comfortably in your home. Unlike an inversion table, you won’t have to go upside down nor on the ground. You’ll be able to stretch your back, hips and legs from a flat-footed position. This makes the Traction Control System ideal for those with limited mobility, high blood pressure and other medical issues.

Proper Posture Begins at the Machine
In addition to helping alleviate pain, this traction system also improves posture and corrects body alignment, which can reduce your chances of future injury. It all begins with adjusting the height of the padded lap belt; it needs to be in line with your hips. You’ll also need to adjust the width of the arm supports, which are also padded with high-density foam for your comfort. After that, you’re ready to go. You’ll also be supported by the padded, upholstered chests support and foam-padded head support when using the Traction Control System.

Constructed for Stability
You can trust that the machine will hold your weight. The steel construction can support up to 250 lbs. Plus, the front and rear supports help distribute your weight properly. No matter how far forward you lean, the InLine Traction Control System feels just as stable as it does when you’re standing upright.

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2 thoughts on “Stamina InLine Traction Control System for Spinal Decompression and Back Stretch Relief without Inversion

  1. Hurt Shoulders, not good Besides the poor Welding (which others have also mentioned, welded in crooked positions) Mine was no problem to assemble.It does give a good stretch with an occasional pop or two in the spine.Mine is going back due to the force/pressure under the arms and shoulders causing soreness in the shoulders and collarbone area which lasts for days now. I fear while it does elevate some back issues it is going to cause damage to the shoulders.EDIT… Want the same back stretch…

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