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The DRX9000C™ provides non-surgical treatment options for

back/neck pain related to:    


- Bulging or herniated discs      

- Sciatica      

- Degenerative disc/joint disease      

- Severe backpain

By providing controlled cycling decompression force to relieve pressure on structures and nerve roots causing pain.

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Common causes of



A herniated disc (also referred to as a protruding

or extruded disc) is a condition where a portion of

the gel-like center of the disc has migrated

through the layers of the annulus fibrosis. This can

cause mechanical pressure on neighboring

structures and trigger chemical reactions resulting

in pain and inflammation. These changes will

often irritate the nerves, producing numbness or

tingling in the arms or hands.

Degenerative disc disease is a state of

dehydration and deterioration marked by the

gradual erosion of the discs' ability to distribute

and resist mechanical loads. As discs deteriorate,

they become more susceptible to injury from

physical stress. Degenerative disc disease may

also play a contributing role in conditions such

as disc bulges, disc herniations, and stenosis.


Facet Syndrome: Facets are the posterior joints of

the spine that aid in keeping the vertebrae aligned.

Facet syndrome is often associated with injury or

degeneration of ·the disc and is characterized by

pain, stiffness, and inflammation. The pain generally

increases with motion and is relieved by rest.

Sciatica is a condition often associated with a herniated disc by an overgrowth of bone (bone spur).

When the injured disc compresses one of the spinal

nerves forming the sciatic nerve, it can produce a

shock-like pain that travels through the buttocks and

down one leg to below the knee. Tingling and

numbness are common in this condition. Sciatica

can occur suddenly, or develop gradually. The pain

one symptoms of sciatica can be intensified by

coughing, sneezing, or sitting in the same position

for prolonged periods of time.


Who are the best candidates

for The DRX Treatment?™

Patients that may benefit most from the DRX9000C™ are those diagnosed with herniated discs, bulging discs, sciatica, degenerative disc disease or facet syndrome.


What may patients experience during the course of treatment?

Some patients may experience light side effects

with this type of therapy. Mild muscular soreness

during or after treatment may occur. The sensation would be similar to what a person might experience at the onset of a new exercise regimen.

Most patients find this therapy quite comfortable and relaxing. During an average 30-45 minute  treatment, most patients experience a gentle stretch in the cervical of the lumbar spine and tend to fall  asleep.

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