DRX 9000 Spinal Decompression, A Review of The DRX 9000 Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression System ™
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The DRX9000 Non-surgical Spinal Decompression System™
What is Spinal Decompression?
Spinal decompression is the gentle stretching of the spine under controlled conditions to release gravitational pressure on the spinal discs and vertebrae for a set period of time.
Spinal decompression can be a lifesaver to those in with chronic back pain because it gives discs and blood circulation a chance to relax and be re stimulated.
This helps an increased amount of oxygen and nutrients to reach the painful spasms in the back.
As circulation is increased, the build up of waste products in the spinal muscles and tissues (such as lactic acid) is increased. This will lead to a decrease in pain and cramping in the spinal area.
Spinal Decompression Treatment Times
Every back pain sufferer is unique so treatment times for spinal decompression will vary based on the intensity of the pain and on the individual’s response rate.
Common treatment times can be a few months and for more lasting relief, usually about 20-30 sessions are needed on the DRX 9000 spinal decompression machine.
Patients can spend around 30 minutes on the drx spinal decompression machine about once or twice a week.
Treatments sessions can cost between $70-$120.
Studies have shown that the drx 9000 machine is a very positive investment in chiropractic practices and medical surgeries to ease patient pain and to speed up the back pain healing process.
Research on the DRX9000 True Non-surgical Spinal Decompression System™
In April 2009 a Japanese research study found that out of 50 patients using the spinal decompression DRX 9000 system 76% were satisfied with its pain relieving properties. In a 2008 US study patients gave the range of treatment an average 8/10 after their final week of treatment.
A US Mayo Clinic 2008 study found there was more than a 50% reduction in pain for patients after just TWO weeks of treatment and on the completion of a 6 week treatment course the success rate was 88.9% for pain relief. There was also improvement in Oswestry scores and less painkillers were needed too.
A second study found that there was a, “significant reduction in chronic LBP after non-invasive spinal decompression correlated with an increase in disc height.”
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