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Orange Spinal Decompression

Updated on July 3, 2011

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Orange DRX9000 Spinal Decompression

Are You Suffering From:

  • Lower back pain?
  • Sciatica?
  • Stiffness and pain in the morning?
  • Can't walk or exercise?
  • Can't golf?
  • Has your doctor diagnosed:
  • Degenerative disc disease?
  • Disc bulge?
  • Herniated disc?
  • Stenosis?
  • Piriformis syndrome?
  • Facet Syndrome?

If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, then there is a good chance you are suffering needlessly from your pain. Many back pain and sciatica sufferers are surprised to learn that there is no need to suffer. They have no idea there is still hope for them.

Many people just like you, are now "former" back pain sufferers and are enjoying:

  • Exercise
  • Walking
  • Playing golf
  • Playing with grandkids
  • Traveling
  • Sex

All without pain thanks to a fairly new computerized medical procedure called "Spinal Decompression."

What is Spinal Decompression?

Spinal decompression is the future version of traction. Unlike old traction machines however, the latest equipment is computer controlled and ahs new technology not even dreamed of by older manufacturers. With computer processors that record minute changes in resistance 17 times each second, and total control over how much weight and angle to pull at, the new spinal decompression therapy is head and shoulders over the old methods.

Spinal decompression is the use of force to open the disc to allow water to return to the disc to health it and also sucks in bulging or herniated disc tissue.

Is Spinal Decompression Safe?

In a word, Yes! Spinal decompression gently distracts the spine to help heal the damaged discs. As long as a doctor specializing in spinal decompression has evaluated you and found you to be a viable candidate then it is extremely safe. In fact, it’s safer than taking over the counter anti-inflammatory medicines like Tylenol, Advil or Motrin.

Does Spinal Decompression Really Work?

Yes, spinal decompression works quite well. Several studies have been done over the past several years and have concluded that over 90% of back pain patients using a particular spinal decompression machine, the DRX9000, felt significant reductions in pain. Other studies have found that over 80% of back pain patients studied had their pain completely eliminated after DRX9000 therapy. Best part, is that it does this without dangerous drugs or risky surgery and in fewer than 2 months.

Does it Work for Everyone?

No. No therapy works for every single patient, every time. That is an unreasonable expectation.

How Do I Know if I Am a Good Candidate for Spinal Decompression?

The only way to know is to have an evaluation by a competent doctor specifically trained in spinal decompression. No other doctor can possibly know if this exciting and effective treatment is right for you.

The evaluation process should include a careful back pain history, a physical examination and a review of your x-rays and/or MRI. A competent specialist will know whether or not you are likely to have success with this treatment after this evaluation.

Are All Spinal Decompression Machines and Programs the Same?

Are all doctors the same? Are all plumbers equal? Are all cars the same?

The answer is clearly no. Each professional or technician has his or her own training and experience that causes them to make decisions and use judgment in performing their job. Therefore, not all doctors are equal. It is important to find a doctor who is not only very qualified and trained, but who also has many cases similar to yours under his or her belt. It is also important to look for someone who you can relate to and communicate well with. The doctor-patient relationship is one that needs to be comfortable.

Secondly, not all machines are the same. There are modified old traction machines using mechanical winches and portable tables that are being re-badged as spinal decompression but are merely re-styled traction machines. The DRX9000 machine is an aerospace quality piece of engineering. It has been proven to accomplish true spinal decompression and more of these units are in practice than any other. They cost double and even triple the cost of the nearest competitor, but their draftsmanship and effectiveness more than makes them worth it.

Who Can I Trust in Orange County for an Evaluation on Spinal Decompression?

Dr. Barry Marks, Chiropractor and Spinal Decompression Specialist in Orange, CA has been a leading DRX9000 spinal decompression provider in Orange County since 2005. Dr. Marks has extensive post-doctorate specialty training in Orthopedics and is a Former Associate Clinical Professor at a leading Chiropractic College. Dr Marks has also authored a book on back pain “The Cure for Lower Back Pain.”

When you compare Dr Marks with any other spinal decompression facility you will find that he stands above all the rest.

FREE Back Pain Severity Evaluation Call (714) 938-0575

Your Free Evaluation Includes:

  • Consultation
  • Special Spinal Decompression examination
  • Computerized Surface EMG test
  • Written Report and Recommended Action Plan

If you are a candidate, Dr Marks will tell you. If not, he will also tell you right away and not waste any of your valuable time. Space limited each month, call now (714) 938-057

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