Why you should own

CT-5000

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The Low Cost Automated Intermittent Cervical Traction DECOMPRESSION Station

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Why you should own the CT-5000
Compliments the chiropractic adjustment Improves patient mobility Easy to use - simple set-up Improve office efficiency & productivity Made in USA - creates jobs for Americans
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Compliments the Chiropractic Adjustment
Traction results in vertebral separation, disc DECOMPRESSION*, and improved patient mobility preparing the patient for the Chiropractic adjustment.
*Decompression is defined as uploading due to distraction and positioning.

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Easy to use

Six simple settings makes patient set up easy.

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Improve Office Efficiency & Productivity
 Optimize patients time and your productivity.  Get the patient out of the waiting room and into traction, optimizing patient’s time.  The safe and automated system allows the chiropractor to work with other patients during traction therapy improving his productivity while generating revenue.  Results: happy patients and happy chiropractor.
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Made in USA

The CT-5000 is manufactured and assembled in the USA.
(2 year limited warranty)

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Financial Advantages
Low cost and portable system Covered by most insurances Generates new revenue – Quick Payback Increases patient volume
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Low Cost Portable System
The portable system allow you to convert your current treatment table into a low cost automated intermittent cervical traction/decompression station. Set the headrest off to the side to free up your table for other treatments.
Stationary Chiropractic Adjusting Table Standard Plinth Portable Massage Table

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Portable System with Clamp Mount

Stationary Table setup with Clamps

High Low Table setup with Clamps

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Covered by Most Insurances

The CT- 5000 cervical traction therapy may be billed under the mechanical traction CPT billing code 97012.

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Projected ROI & Quick Payback
Patients per Day
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Annual Income Generated
$12,500

Payback in Months
3.5

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$25,000
$37,500 $50,000

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Payback calculation based on show price and $25 per traction treatment.
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Increase Patient Volume
 CT-5000 In-Offices results indicate:
• Traction therapy had a positive impact on the patients ability to recover. • The positive impact on recovery resulted in additional referrals. • The increase in patient volume justified the need for an additional CT-5000 unit.
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Try it before you buy it!
 Try the CT-5000 for 4 weeks. After the 4 week trial, return it at no charge or purchase the CT-5000 with one of the following options.

 One Time Payment Option: • CT-5000 list price is $3,795.

• The one time MAC show price, at the end of 4 week trial, is $2995 + tax. • In 6 weeks, 4 patients/day the return is $3000.
Payment Plan $3385 + tax - Let the CT-5000 pay for itself
(Credit Ck may be Required)

• At the end of 4 week trial, 12 payments @ $299 / month.
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Advantages for the Patient
 Case study supported - used successfully on thousands of patients.  Performs intermittent traction in supine position  No head strap restraint  Total force is directed to occiput  Eliminates possibility of TMJ  Easy exit for patient  Safe Low Voltage Operating System (12 VDC, 3amp)
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Case Study Supported
Patient A - recovered •Surgical Candidate •Diagnosis – multiple levels of cervical disc bulging and herniation at C5-C6 Patient B - recovered •Diagnosis:cervical radiculopathy Patient C - recovered •Diagnosis: cervical spondylosis Patient D - recovered •Diagnosis: degenerative joint disease Patient E - recovered •Scheduled for Surgery and canceled after CycleTrac therapy •Diagnosis: herniated nucleus pulpous, HNP

For details of case study go to www.cycletrac.com
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Performs Traction in Supine Position
While performing intermittent traction in the supine position, the patient remains relaxed maximizing vertebral separation.

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Other systems rely upon a head strap to keep the patient in position during traction. A towel is often used to cushion the force applied to the forehead through the strap. This force often produces discomfort, creates pressure marks on the patient’s forehead, and gives the patient a claustrophobic feeling. Uncomfortable head strap restraint

The CT-5000 headrest assembly does not Restraint strap restraint therefore require a head optimizing the patients comfort level during traction therapy. CT-5000 patented headrest does not require head strap restraint

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Directs total force to occiput
The elimination of the confining head strap restraint allows the CT- 5000 to direct the total traction force to the occiput region (no force loss at the head strap) - thereby optimizing the pull force to the spine.

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The CT-5000 directs the traction force to the occiput instead of the jaw region, eliminating the possibility of TMJ problems and improving the patient comfort level.

Directs force to occiput – no TM J

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Easy Exit
For safety, the elimination of the confining head strap restraint allows the patient to easily exit traction at anytime, and without assistance.

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Low Voltage Operating System
 The CT-5000 comes with a UL medically approved power supply (12 volts DC 3 amperes).  The low voltage DC system makes the CT-5000 safer for the operator as well as the patient.

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Advantages of the CT-5000
Easy to assemble Maintenance free Includes patented head rest assembly The patented CT-5000 complies with FDA safety test standard EN 60601-1-2 Comes with a two year limited warranty
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Easy to assemble
 Convert your treatment table into a low cost automated intermittent cervical traction/DECOMPRESSION station payback in 6 to 10 weeks! Sets up in minutes - without tools.

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Maintenance Free

 Competitors require an authorized dealer service call for annual calibration.  The CT- 5000 does not require annual calibration, saving you money and down time.

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Includes Head Rest Assembly
For patient comfort, the CT-5000 system includes the CycleTrac patented head rest assembly.

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Features
Infinitely adjustable Headrest Adjustable pull force Adjustable angle of pull Emergency call cord Audible single at end of treatment Lightweight
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Infinitely Adjustable Headrest
 To achieve maximum comfort levels, the durable head rest assembly is infinitely adjustable for patient size variation.

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Easily Adjustable Pull Force (15-35 Lbs.)

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Angle of Pull

Easily adjustable angle of pull (10 to 25 degrees)

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Emergency Call Cord
The patient can press the emergency call cord to stop the traction pull. The unit then beeps to alert the operator.

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Beeps to Alert Operator

When the traction treatment has been completed, the timer beeps 10 times, alerting operator.

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Lightweight
The CT-5000 weighs only 14 1/2 lbs.

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CT-5000 Demonstration
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Commonly Asked Questions
To purchase a table Room size requirements Typical treatment time Indications for use Contraindications for use The background/history of CycleTrac
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Purch ase a Ta bl e
 PT Products works with Oakworks to provide a treatment table when needed. The 3 tables below are available for purchase through PT Products. Oakworks tables are made in the USA.

The One

The Aurora

The Powerline
27” x 72”

30” x 73”

28 or 30” x 73”

Assembly Required

The One Message Table List $299 Your Price $259+tax Shipping & Handling $60

The Aurora Message Table List $369 Your Price $308 +tax Shipping & Handling = $60

The Powerline treatment table List $375 Your Price $285 + tax Shipping & Handling = $85

Your Cost = $334.86

Your Cost = $386.80

Your Cost = $387.10

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Oakworks Table Specifications
The One The Aurora The Powerline

Setting a new standard, Strong, Stable and remarkably durable, our Powerline Treatment table is in a league of it’s own.

Price starting at $299

Price starting at $369

Price starting at $375

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Room s ize requi rement

 When attached to a standard plinth or portable massage table the total system length is 94.5 inches. The system requires a minimum wall to wall distance of 95 inches (7 ft.11inches).

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Typic al Treatment
 Traction Treatment Time = 20 minutes  Intermittent cycle
Traction On Time = 50 seconds Traction Off Time = 10 seconds

 Three treatments per week –acute patient may require more

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Indicat ions for Use
 The CycleTrac CT-5000 Automated Cervical Traction Unit provides a primary treatment modality for the management of neck and back pain. Intermittent/static cervical traction results in cervical disk decompression which provides relief of pain associated with a variety of conditions involving anatomical dysfunctions of the spine, including protruding or herniated intervertebral discs, degenerative discs and acute facet problems.
            Cervical herniated discs Degenerative joint disease Muscle spasms (knots in shoulder girdle) Interrupted sleep due to neck, arm or hand pain Tension migraine headaches Chronic neck pain Cervical radiculopathy Cervical nerve root compression Referred arm pain (pinched nerve in the neck) Osteoarthritis Cervical spondylosis Joint stiffness

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Contraindications for Use

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Fracture Rheumatoid arthritis Infections and inflammatory diseases Malignancy Spinal cord compression Spinal instability Any other conditions that may be made worse by movement

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 In 1994 the inventor, a mechanical engineer, was diagnosed with an acute central herniated (C4-C5) disc injury that resulted in severe spinal cord compression.  While in physical therapy for six weeks he was unable to sleep past 2 am, even on days of In-Office traction therapy (Mon., Wed., and Fri.).  He was told by 3 surgeons that surgery would be required.  Traction from the PT gave him temporary relief. He invented the CycleTrac Home unit and developed a treatment regimen that allowed him to sleep pain free and recover.  The treatment regimen was later validated with a multiple patient case study.  Realizing the medical industry’s need for an effective yet affordable traction device, he invented the CT-5000, a low cost automated intermittent cervical traction device.

The History of The CT-5000

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