HipTrac – Natural Pain Relief for Osteoarthritis
HipTrac provides natural pain relief for hip osteoarthritis and is designed for independent patient use in clinic or at home. It delivers the same long axis hip traction that a physical therapist, chiropractor or physician would do manually. It decompresses the hip joint and stretches the surrounding tissues. That relieves the pain, relaxes the muscles, and restores mobility.
If you’d like to see HipTrac in action, we offer webinars that cover how to use, protocols for different pathologies, live demonstration and Q & A with HipTrac’s inventor, Dr. Tony Rocklin. Details here and registration for upcoming webinars.
Physical Therapists use it
Eric Medley, Director, Therapeutic Associates Inc. Grants Pass, OR “The HipTrac has been a great tool at my clinic for managing hip pain. I can have patients come early to their appointments, get set up on HipTrac to decrease their pain and get prepared for other manual therapy techniques and appropriate exercises.”
Chiropractors use it
Dr. Gary Jansen, D.C. Jansen Chiropractic Clinic “Congratulations on the development of a product whose efficiency is matched by its ease of use. I have found the HipTrac to be indispensable to my clinic and highly recommend it to anyone requiring symptomatic relief of hip pain.”
Patients use it
Arlene Litzenberg “About three months ago I was faced with the prospect of needing a hip replacement. That’s when I discovered…HipTrac. I highly recommend this device if you have osteoarthritis of the hip and are looking for pain relief and better mobility.”
Athletes use it
“King Mo” Lawal “As a former collegiate national wrestling champion, 2x Olympic Alternate, and current professional MMA athlete, I have put my body through intense and aggressive training 7 days per week for many years. I’ve been using my HipTrac for over a year now and my hips feel 1000% better.
We may not be able to cure osteoarthritis, but we can treat the symptoms and relieve the pain! HipTrac is leading the revolution in hip therapy. Join the revolution and sign up for HipNotes, our e-newsletter to get the latest news in hip therapy.