DESCRIPTIONThe Triton DTS® Traction System is a total redesign of the mechanical traction platform in a patient-friendly package.
The Triton DTS Traction System is designed and constructed with 25 years of experience in traction therapy combined with a revolutionary belting system designed specifically for quick setup, comfort and effectiveness. With unparalleled design, proven history and Chattanooga Group behind it, the Triton DTS Traction System is the gold standard in Traction Therapy.
The Triton DTS® Traction System is a total redesign of the mechanical traction platform in a patient-friendly package. The advanced package features a newly engineered spine therapy table, state-of-the-art Triton DTS Traction Unit with treatment parameters that mimic hands-on therapy, and easy-to-use QuikWrap™ belting system. The system is further accessorized with a cervical traction attachment, bolster set and wedge.
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7 months ago
When plugging in the elevation system, the table automatically elevates all the way to the top. The elevation mechanism will not allow me to control the elevation.Reply
8 months ago
|Looking for service manual|
Looking for service manual for the Triton DTS. Does anyone have this.Reply
3 years ago
|Angles for tx|
Can you tell me what the angles ( or height) of the treatment for L1, L2, L3, L4 and L5, that are used with the DTS system?
Also the angle for the C-spine.Reply
5 unique DTS pull patterns deliver pull forces that closely mimic the hand-delivered feel clinicians provide, and add gradient, progressive range of motion and oscillations
Isolation of all phases of pull with independent timing for pretension, progression, traction and regression
Variable speed control for patient comfort and increased treatment flexibility
Pretension step eases guarding and provides greater comfort for the acute patient
sEMG initiated traction begins treatment when patient relaxes to the sEMG target
Triton DTS TRT-600 Spine Therapy Table Features:
Provides maximum patient comfort in prone and supine positions for both manual therapy and traction therapy
Pelvic Tilt section provides flexion of lumbar spine to improve positioning in traction and address pelvic asymmetry
Improved patient stabilization with removable axilla posts that prevent slippage during supine traction
Tilting (0°-35°) repositionable headpiece cradles the patient’s head comfortably, allowing flexion in prone or extension in supine positions
|Height||51 to 102 cm|