Treating Back Pain with Spinal Decompression Therapy
The DRX 9000 may help Back Pain Sufferers in Miami
The DRX9000 Spinal Decompression table offers a complete non-surgical treatment option for herniated discs, spinal stenosis and degenerative disc diseases of the spine.
Decompression therapy introduces activity back into the spine, allowing the discs to rehydrate through the gentle decompression process. As rehydration and fluids are introduced back into the discs, healing is generated, even muscles can be re-educated.
Research studies conducted on the DRX9000 decompression table cite 76% of patients experienced relief from pain during their ongoing treatment sessions. Dr. Noriaki Yamamoto along with a number of physicians reported similar patient results. As with any medical procedures done today, research and studies are vital to providing safe and effective care for patients. With the DRX9000, an important note is that the research studies done show unbiased results, and were conducted by a research team independent from Axiom Worldwide, the manufacturers of the DRX9000 decompression table. There continue to be proponents and opponents on both sides of Spinal Decompression therapy, but study results are based on the subjective patient opinion and response to the pain relief they experienced with Spinal Decompression therapy. Results are clear and exact, showing 76% patient satisfaction, although additional studies conducted showed different groups of patients receiving an even higher percentage of relief from pain.
Back Pain Relief Using DRX 9000 Spinal Decompression in Miami
With the development of the DRX9000 decompression table, this technology allowed a non-surgical, non-evasive procedure for patients who had pain to experience greater relief. Patients with sciatica, chronic lower back pain, intense neck or upper spine pain, even paraesthesia, when a person gets a tingling, prickly or numbing sensation, could only hope for surgical procedures to alleviate the intense pain. With the advent of the DRX9000 Spinal Decompression procedure, an alternative and safer option is available today. Any surgery can lead to complications and risks, no matter how small or non-invasive. The recovery process can take many weeks, months; sometimes up to a year or longer if the person experiences complication or requires follow-up surgery. Not only do bones need to heal, but tendons, cartilage and tissue, healing from surgery will take time.
Spinal Decompression therapy works on the basis of distracting the affected area by decompressing vertebrae, helping to relieve pressure off the affected nerves. This aids in re-educating nerves, muscles and tendons, and introduces into the spine a separation between the discs to create a healthier disc environment. The back is designed to sustain a lot of mobility, and discs actually remain healthier when active through exercise and movement. When not remaining active, discs can dry up and even deteriorate, similar to the effects of a sponge without water. When the sponge is put into water, and decompressed then let open to expand, it will soak with water. Spinal Decompression therapy principles are similar.
Decompression therapy using the DRX9000 allows patients a real alternative to surgical procedures that might normally risk immobility, infection, and pain, plus a longer recuperation period. Decompression therapy is a safe method in the treatment of chronic low back pain. Perhaps one of the only downsides to the therapy, besides having your healthcare provider suggesting you decrease physical activity during the therapy phase, is that most insurance companies do not cover procedures before they are 10 years old and Spinal Decompression therapy is about 8 years old and therefore falls into this category. Therefore, you’ll want to check with your insurance provider before beginning any sessions and if it is not covered, speak with your health care provider about payment options.
If you are a candidate for the DRX9000, your physical health care provider will recommend an MRI to determine the underlying cause of your neurological pain. With this type of imaging, results can conclude whether Spinal Decompression therapy can offer you a life-changing solution to relieve your back pain.