Health Professionals

The most important aspect of treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)is having the correct diagnosis.

C TRAC is a safe and effective treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The FDA has reviewed the device along with our clinical trials, research studies and patient surveys, available on this site. They have cleared it for sale and distribution in the United States. You can view the FDA registration on their website under “hand-traction device” in the Orthopedics section. For more information about C TRAC, please peruse this website, including our FAQs and research and studies section.

Contact us if you have any questions or need further information.

Some insurance companies reimburse for CTRAC purchases under the following billing codes:
L code :3807
L code: 1399
ICD: 354
Workers compensation case managers billing code:
Information for Veterans Administration patients and health practitioners:
Active in CCR registration.
Dun & Bradstreet #: 012775290

The First FDA-Cleared Class 1 Traction Device for Treating CTS

  • C TRAC is a NEW tool for treating CTS conservatively by stretching the carpal ligament, thus avoiding the need of surgical correction.
  • 75% of patients surveyed didn’t need surgery after four weeks of using CTRAC.
  • Most patients obtain 70-80% decrease in symptoms in the first two weeks of using CTRAC.
  • C TRAC is used for five minutes, three times a day, for four-to-six weeks.
  • C TRAC works on both hands. You don’t need to buy one for each hand.
  • Many physicians are recommending that their patients use CTRAC before considering surgery.
  • C TRAC can be used over and over again.
  • C TRAC is safe, gentle and effective.
  • Limited warranty applies