Some patients may have only a single level disc herniation...while others have lumbar disc herniations at every level. Some patients are young....some are older. Some patients have both herniated discs in the lumbar spine and herniated disc in the cervical spine. Thoracic disc herniations are rare...but often times they get picked up when we order a lumbar MRI...this complicates matters.
Anyway...to just throw a price out there, without having examined the patient, seems unprofessional to me. It's not like buying a gallon of gasoline. There is an art to making proper recommendations and setting patients up on the DRX9000. And, there are decisions that need to be made throughout the DRX decompression treatment process. Experience is key... and just like with anything else...you get what you pay for.