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Passive traction systems, a tradition in our range

The electronic traction unit called EUROTRAK™ can be combined with a height-adjustable or fixed-height traction table, supplied with specific belts for lumbar or cervical traction, positioning cushions and anchoring elements.

EUROTRAK™ electronic unit

It is an innovative device made following the most sophisticated and actual technological solutions. Thanks to the large display showing all functions and function keys, this unit can be easily and friendly used. The Eurotrak can be used to carry out both lumbar and cervical traction and can works in static, dynamic and intermittent dynamic modes. Preset treatments are also available.

BETATRAC™ a table for physiotherapy and tractions

It’s a four sections height adjustable therapy table with additional removable support frame to fit the Eurotrak™ traction unit. The table is also supplied with traction belts and set of cushions to position the patient in comfortable way. The Betatrac model can be adjustable in height electrically or by hydraulic piston.

ALFATRAC™ a specific traction table as alternative

It’s a two sections fixed height table specifically designed for cervical or lumbar tractions, complete with set of traction belts and positioning cushions. It represents an alternative to be used with the Eurotrak™  unit. In case of lumbar traction, in addition to the sliding legs sections, a special feature is represented by the 10° side rotating trunk section.

Traction Belts, variety in type and size

The traction belts are available individually or in sets for pelvic, thoracic or cervical application. They are composed of two types of materials, that's stiffer on the external side, and softer on the inside to maintain the shape and restrainment for the patient.


"The Active Lumbar Traction, or TLA, originates from the Swedish method of “autotraction”, a mechanical type of treatment for lumbosciatic pain.

This manual is divided into three chapters, each one independent from the others. Readers who wish to have a preliminary idea on the method should look directly at the third chapter, which deals with the treatment technical procedures. Readers willing to know about the origin of the method and its scientific premises should instead go through this introduction and the first section of the manual. Anyway, after reading those two sections they can decide whether to skip the rest if not interested in the method..."

Dr. Luigi Tesio
Director of Neuromotor rehabilitation Auxologico Institute - Milan

TLA™ table, for active lumbar tractions

It’s a special table designed to apply the active lumbar traction method. The legs section can be tilted up or down electrically as well as rotated on the left or right. So the therapist can position or mobilize the lumbosacral spine in a tridimensional way..

Feel free to ask for more information about the method and the TLA table that has brought benefits to many patients treated in the years by Dr. Luigi Tesio and his staff.



“In the work and sport life, some postures or movements which imply an excessive pressure of the spine discs are often adopted and done. In such cases, it is important to perform some exercises to lessen the pressure on the discs. Relief can be obtain in some ways:

  • Actively with some stretching exercises;

  • Manually, when traction is performed by the carer (very efficacious because the carer can feel and check on the patient’s reactions directly);

  • In a natural way with suspension exercises and with some devices which allow gravity inversion;

  • With some traction devices for the spine which focus the lessening effect at a given point and enable to adjust the power of traction as desired.”

Prof. Benedetto Toso


Vertebral tractions

Introduction - The effects of spinal traction - Types of spinal traction - Continuous traction - Intermitent mechanical traction - Manual traction - Positional traction - Active Lumbar traction - Indications and contraindications - Herniated disc with protrusion - McKenzie’s extension basics - Degenerative discopathy - Articular hypomobility (Articular dysfunction) - Contraindications for spinal traction - Lumbar traction techniques - Introduction - Traction weights and body friction - A table with mobile sections - The patient must be in relax - Traction belts - Patient’s positions - Type of traction - Prone position - Protective scoliosis - Cervical traction techniques - Introduction - Traction angles - Chin strap - Traction weights - Patient in relax - Treatment duration - Temporomandibular joint - Manual cervical traction - Unilateral cervical traction - Conclusions

Brochure, Ed. July 2021, English. 56 pages.

Therapy manual
Document date: 16/07/2021
PDF 2.27 MB
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Passive tractions - Presentation - Eurotrak, electronic unit - Tractions tables - Betatrac, height adjustable table - Alfatrac, fixed height table - Traction belts - Positioning cushions - Autotraction - Active Lumbar Traction table - Cervical and lumbar traction systems - Stretching and mobilization exercises

Brochure, Ed. April 2024, English. 24 pages.

Document date: 01/04/2024
PDF 1.93 MB
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Betatrac & Eurotrak - Unpacking and assembly

Betatrac & Eurotrak - Unpacking and assembly

Set of traction belts

Betatrac - passive tractions table

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