Lumbar disc herniations often times cause severe pain and dysfunction which can lead to cortisone injections and surgery. In fact…it is not uncommon for surgery to be the first choice a herniated disc patient makes…not knowing they have other options that are less invasive.
Options like non-surgical spinal decompression treatment with the DRX9000.
The DRX9000 is a computerized spinal disc decompression system that is designed and built to treat lumbar disc herniations without drugs or surgery.
The DRX9000 in my opinion is the Rolls Royce of spinal decompression machines. It is so comfortable that most herniated disc patients fall asleep during treatment. Patients often tell decompression doctors it’s the only good sleep they get every day.
Herniated discs, bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, and facet syndrome can all be successfully treated with the DRX9000.
Low back pain and sciatica are the most common symptoms associated with herniated lumbar discs. Back pain relief from herniated disc symptoms can happen during the first decompression session. The complete spinal decompression therapy treatment can take up to 6-8 weeks depending on the severity of the condition and how many spinal levels are involved.
Non-surgical spinal decompression with the DRX9000 strengthens the spinal ligaments, elongates the spine, enlarges the disc space, re-positions and re-hydrates the injured disc, and reduces inflammation and pain. And it is highly targeted…unlike conventional traction.
Many decompression specialists will incorporate other modalities such as deep tissue laser, massage, core exercises, and chiropractic into chronic back pain treatment regimens. Some may include physical medicine or acupuncture as well.
The first step is to find a DRX9000 in your area. And remember…just like everything else…and especially with disc decompression…you get what you pay for.
To schedule a complimentary DRX9000 decompression consultation at our San Francisco Spinal Decompression Center…call 415-392-2225 and mention this blog post.
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