The DRX9000 Spinal Decompression Machine

The DRX9000 Spinal Decompression Machine

The DRX9000 spinal decompression machine is now used in over 20 countries by chiropractors and hospitals.  This is a very effective treatment and the only non-invasive treatment that is proven to really work for a wide variety of cases, so is gaining popularity at an increasing pace, with people opting for ‘natural’ treatments more and more.

What is the DRX9000 and how does it work?

The DRX9000 is a machine especially designed for the treatment of a wide variety of spinal disorders that are helped by spinal decompression therapy.  It consists of a specially designed table on which the patient lays, while wearing a special harness designed to aid in the pressure on the back.  This table has rollers which is conjunction with a computer aiding in this process, put precise pressure at specific points on the patients back while stretching the spinal column at the same time. This is intended to open and create spaces in the spinal column to allow the vertebrae to align correctly, relieves pressure on pinched nerves in the spine, and allows for any discs that may have been previously misaligned  and pinching a nerve or nerves to fall back into place.  The treatment is very effective and can take from 15 to 24 full treatments for complete relief.

How is Spinal Decompression treatment more effective and a better option than invasive surgery?

This treatment is non-invasive in that no surgery is required, no recovery time is necessary, it is entirely safe and no harm can come to the patient. There are no risks involved such as there are in any open-back spinal surgery, which can sometimes be a 50/50 situation, in that your pain is relieved, but a nerve has been damaged by surgery so you might have after-effects which can sometimes be more severe than the original back pain was in the first place.

Who is eligible for treatment using the DRX9000?

Anyone who has medical insurance that covers rehabilitation will cover the cost of treatments can be treated by spinal decompression methods. Book at your nearest chiropractor.

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