Nonsurgical Spinal Decompression: Will it work for me?
Posted Jun 02 2009 4:32pm
San Francisco Chiropractor and Spinal Decompression Doctor Comments:
I have been practicing chiropractic in the SF Financial District for over 17 years now. About 4 years ago...after quite a bit of research, I decided to add nonsurgical spinal decompression to my treatment protocols for herniated lumbar discs. The machine I purchased is the DRX9000.
A while later I purchased a DRX9000c so I could help patients with cervical disc herniations.
We were already quite successful dealing with most of the cervical and lumbar neurovascular compression syndromes we dealt with...but there was definitely a subset of chronic neck and back pain patients that we could not help.
In fact...these are the patients we first contacted when we acquired our DRX9000. Patients that had tried chiropractic with limited success. Patients that did not want low back surgery. And patients that for the most part had tried everything under the sun...pain meds, cortisone, acupuncture, physical therapy...you name it.
Right away we knew we were on to something special. Yes, it was a lot of hard work...and patients had to pay out of pocket because insurance does not cover nonsurgical spinal decompression (it' s still considered experimental)...but it was working...when nothing else would.
NO...it was not working on every single herniated disc patient that did it...and that was a bummer...just most of them.
And here we are 4 years later. We have a new clinic at the San Francisco Embarcadero Center called Executive Express Chiropractic. We have a DRX9000 and a DRX9000c...and we have successfully helped hundreds of chronic back and neck pain patients...patients that felt they had no where else to turn.
So...will nonsurgical spinal decompression with the DRX9000 or the DRX9000c work for you?
There' s only one way to find out...saddle-up. Sure, there is a very convincing Spinal Decompression Special Report out there based on preliminary research studies done at the Mayo Clinic, Duke University, and John Hopkins...but you still wont know until you try.
Anyway...you can go towww.axiomworldwide.comto find a DRX9000 near you. Or...you can visit our San Francisco Spinal Decompression Center in downtown SF. WE offer a complimentary DRX consultation. Simply call 415-392-2225.