Click here for an introduction to DRX 9000 Spinal Decompression Therapy: Solutions to Back & Neck Pain
Patients Achieve up to 100% Relief From Chronic Lower Back
and Neck Pain without Drugs or Surgery
Are you in pain? Have you tried everything to alleviate your pain without success? Tried injections that worked for the first time or two but now have little or no effect? Tired of taking medications that temporarily mask the pain but aren't actually fixing the problem? Doctor told you your only option is surgery but you are scared to death of surgery because of all the horror stories you have heard? Had surgery and are still in pain? If you answered yes to some or all of these questions we want you to know you are not alone. Thousands of people in your area are in the same boat. Many of them have found affordable, effective, permanent relief with our revolutionary, new treatment protocol involving Spinal Decompression. You too may qualify for this revolutionary treatment if you:
Have Been Diagnosed With or Feel Like You Have Any of the Following:
- Herniated/Bulging Discs
- Chronic Lower Back or Neck Pain
- Shooting Pain Down the Leg
- Pinched Nerves
- Numbness, Tingling or Weakness
- Shoulder, Knee or Foot Pain
- Muscle Spasm, Strains or Sprains
Maybe your story is similar to that of Ruthann T., who states, "I had pain in my low back and down my right leg for years. I was having trouble even walking up the stairs. I had four epidurals, which didn't help much. I started my mornings off with pain medication. For the past two years, I had to sleep in a recliner with a pillow underneath my legs. I had seen two chiropractors, a physical therapist, and a pain management specialist, but nothing helped until I underwent Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy. Now I'm sleeping well, and never wake up due to back pain. I can finally do the things I want to do, without pain!"
How Pain Has Been Treated in the Past. Are Drugs and Shots the Answer?
Until now, people have masked their pain by frequently taking prescription pain pills or by getting cortisone, epidural or steroid injections. This type of relief masks the cause, is temporary, and more often can lead to even more pain or worse yet, addiction to drugs. Many people innocently fall into abusing prescription pain pills while initially using them to alleviate pain. Do you know that prescription medications kill more people every year than do illegal drugs? How many stories have we heard in the news over the last year of people dying from abuse of prescription pills? With all the potential side effects are pain pills really the best long term solution to pain?
How Pain Is Now Being Treated
Until Now, Drugs and Surgery Were the ONLY Options for Back Pain. Today, Spinal Decompression has emerged as a Leading Non-Invasive, Non-Drug Solution for Your Back & Neck Pain!
I Keep Hearing About Spinal Decompression On The News and From Friends. What is It?
Spinal Decompression is a revolutionary, new technology that treats the symptoms of Disc Herniations, Disc Degeneration, Sciatica and low back and neck pain.Spinal Decompression has emerged as a Leading Non-Invasive, Non-Drug Solution for Your Back & Neck Pain!
How Does Spinal Decompression Work?
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression, not to be confused with linear traction, slowly lengthens and decompresses the spine, creating negative pressures within the discs. This reversal of pressure creates an intradiscal vacuum that helps to reposition bulging discs and pull extruded disc material back into place, taking pressure off pinched nerves. Spinal experts believe that nutrients, oxygen, and fluids are drawn into the disc to create a revitalized environment conducive to healing.
How Does Spinal Decompression Fix a Disc Herniation?
Think of a disc-like a jelly doughnut... squeeze it too hard and the jelly comes out. When too much pressure is placed on the disc, it bulges or herniates. Gentle specialized traction forces are logarithmically applied, creating up to -100 mm of pressure inside the discs, retracting (sucking in) the disc herniation and allowing the damaged disc to heal.
What About Degenerated Discs?
As we age, the discs that act as shock absorbers can begin to degenerate. Loss of disc height can lead to bone spurs, pinched nerves and arthritis. Spinal decompression produces gentle specialized traction forces that create a negative pressure leading to an influx of fluid, oxygen and minerals. This process helps the discs to heal. Then with the addition of specific nutrients and minerals through supplements, the influx can help the discs to regenerate.
How Does This Relieve My Pain?
As disc bulges or herniations are drawn in, or as the discs begin to regenerate, pressure is taken off of the nerves and surrounding structures relieving the patient of pain and inflammation. So instead of masking the pain, we focus on FIXING THE PROBLEM! Treatments typically last between 20 and 30 minutes. Patients generally need between10 to 25 treatments.
Is It painful?
Dr. Louis Crespo states "Many patients are a little apprehensive the first time they come in and get on the machine. However, once they get on it, many react the same way. There is an immediate sense of relief once the machine starts pulling. They look at you and say 'My pain's gone'. After that, it's just a matter of them getting comfortable with it. After a while, the majority will even sleep through the procedure." We set the machine to focus on your problem area - then the advanced decompression computer system will do the rest.
Here's what one patient says. "At the end of some of the treatments, I felt like I had been through a good workout. Like I had gone to the gym and worked out. After the treatment, I really miss coming back and being treated, because I felt like I was at a spa," said Lisa Morrison, who had suffered four herniated discs. "The treatment was very comfortable and very relaxing."
Spinal Decompression is so gentle that we have treated patients up into their nineties and have even had some who are in the severest of pain.
An Orthopedic Surgeon's View On Decompression
Dr. Bernard Zeliger, an Orthopedic Surgeon has this to say about Spinal Decompression. "As a surgeon, I only want to do surgery when I absolutely have to. Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression gives my patients a more conservative treatment option that can eliminate the need for surgery altogether."
Another Patient Had This To Say
"I had a disc herniation in my neck with shooting pain down my right arm with numbness and tingling in my right hand. Epidurals and pain pills made me nauseated but didn't relieve my pain. After an Orthopedic Surgeon told me that surgery was my only option I became disheartened. I knew I didn't want surgery because of all the horror stories I had heard. A friend told me about Spinal Decompression. After 13 treatments I have no more neck pain or shooting into my arm. The numbness and tingling are also gone. Spinal Decompression and Deep Tissue Laser were nothing short of a miracle for me." Kathy B. Chandler AZ
How Will I Know If I Qualify for Treatment?
When you come in for a complimentary consultation we will ask a series of questions and perform a comprehensive examination including the muscular system, the nervous system, and most of the major organs of the body in order to determine exactly where the pain is coming from. If we feel like you need x-rays or an MRI then we can refer you for those. Once we determine the cause of your pain we will let you know if we can help you and if you qualify for our treatment protocol.
See If You Qualify Today
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Pain Killers/ Anti-Inflammatories
Possible Side Effects Include:
- Addiction or Dependence*
- Decreased sex drive
- Nausea and vomiting
- Drowsiness, dizziness.
- Unusual fatigue
- bleeding, bruising
and... masking the pain can lead to further injury.
Corticosteroids are the most abused and dangerous class of drugs. - Dr Jeffrey Levy.
- Osteoporosis. Up to 8% loss of bone in 4 months
- Low doses for 1 year can cause cataracts
- Elevate blood sugar
- Suppresses your ability to fight infection
While cortisone injections decrease the pain of the arthritis in the joint, they actually speed up the breaking down and permanent destruction of the joints. So while
it temporarily reduces the pain, when the shots eventually wear off, and they always do, the pain will be waiting for you.
Doctors should be reluctant to give cortisone injections repeatedly.
OR, DO NOTHING & HOPE IT GOES AWAY...
Eugene Carragee MD, of Stanford University performs spinal surgery only on a select group of patients who he carefully screens. His conclusions:
- Less than 25% will be completely successful.
- For the majority of the patients, the surgery does not have a dramatic impact on their pain or mobility.
- A patient's prospect for a future free from back pain is "fairly poor".
"No operation in any field of surgery leaves in its wake more human wreckage than surgery on the lumbar discs. Many of these patients are subjected to numerous operations and after each operation the patient is worse."- Anthony DePalma M.D. and Richard Rothman M.D. (Professors of Orthopedic Surgery)
The April 8, 2002 Issue of New Yorker Online Magazine Found that of Patients Who Had Spinal Surgery... 72% Needed Further Surgery!
Avg. Patient Co-Pay for Spinal Surgery Is $3-10K
OR, DO NOTHING & HOPE IT GOES AWAY...
- Creates a disc pressure of -100 mm HG
- The negative pressure creates a vacuum that sucks back in herniated material
- The negative pressure improves disc nutrition - allowing Degenerated Discs to Rehydrate, Re-Nutrify, and Regenerate.
A Study in 22 Medical Centers by The Journal of Neurological Research Showed that in 778 Patient Cases Treatment was Successful with 71% of the Patients.
Decompression vs. Drugs
- No Side Effects
- Long-Term Results
- Fixes the Problem rather than Masking It
Decompression vs. Surgery
- 71-82% vs. 25-50% Success Rate
- Little Risk of Making Your Condition Worse
10% of the Cost of Surgery