If you are looking for a non-surgical and medication-free method of treating back pain, particularly with a herniated disc, DRX9000 Spinal Decompression Therapy is the answer.
According to a conservative assessment, you have a 66 percent probability of ever experiencing severe back pain. The FDA has approved the DRX9000 Spinal Decompression Therapy for the management of disc herniation. Using this little-known method, your herniated and bulging disc can be treated immediately with no downtime or recuperation period.
The DRX9000 has a 15-year track record of reliability and success. Because it uses a closed loop system, the load forces can be modified as the treatment is taking place to provide precision. It enables the practitioner to specify the angle at which the procedure will be performed, ensuring more accuracy in treating the precise disc or discs that require treatment. The lower back and/or neck can both receive this therapy.
Get relief from chronic back and neck pain and continue your favorite activities after using this spinal decompression technique.
Who can benefit from this therapy?
Those diagnosed with:
According to the theory behind spinal decompression, the spine is subjected to forces that maximize spinal elongation. When the paraspinal muscles, which protect the spine from harm, are relaxed, spinal elongation is maximized. The spine’s bone vertebrae are moved apart by spinal decompressive pressures when paraspinal muscles relax. Intervertebral discs and nerves are relieved of pressure as a result. The pressure inside the disc decreases when this spinal elongation takes place, allowing fluid-carrying nutrients and oxygen inside the disc to circulate more easily.
In addition, the decrease in pressure may aid in the drainage of fluids from a herniated disc, thereby lessening the extent of the herniation. The ligaments and muscles around the disc can actually be retrained over time to support maintaining the disc space.
During each treatment session, you’ll relax on a comfortable bed. After being secured into position by an upper and lower body harness, you can relax and let the decompression take place. The spinal decompressive forces typically fluctuate between a maximum and lower therapeutic level during each of the 18 phases of a typical 30-minute session. This cycle of forces generates a pumping motion that mimics the physiological processes in charge of replenishing the intervertebral disc.
Most patients find this therapy quite comfortable and relaxing. In fact, many patients experience a gentle stretch in the lumbar spine and tend to fall asleep. Some patients may experience light side effects with this type of therapy like mild muscular soreness.