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what is 'intermittent neck traction'?

Definition for intermittent neck traction

intermittent neck traction is a medical procedure used for such diagnoses as: herniated disk, radiculopathy and spondylosis.

related diagnosis for 'intermittent neck traction'
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herniated disk
bulging out of central portion of disk in vertebral column
radiculopathy
pain due to pinched nerve
spondylosis
degenerative changes in spinal vertebrae


related procedure for 'intermittent neck traction'/associated diagnoses
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Spinal Traction
traction
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