Spinal Decompression Treatment
Patients who benefit most from the Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression are those diagnosed with herniated discs, bulging discs, spinal stenosis, sciatica, degenerative disc disease or facet syndrome. If you have chronic back pain, constant neck pain or sciatica, Beach Pain Center in Fort Worth offers state-of-the-art treatment with the DRX9000 spinal decompression system. This system was created to offer back pain relief in patients who suffer from compressive and degenerative injuries to their spine and neck.
While older model spinal traction tables use mechanized traction to gently pull on the spinal column, our more modern DRX9000 works differently to realign the affected disc, vertebra and nerves. We administer a spinal decompression process that applies force logarithmically to elongate the spine without causing the muscles to contract.
Our DRX9000 Spinal Decompression System utilizes computers to calculate the exact logarithmic spinal decompression treatment curve for each patient. A servo-motor/servo amplifier (servo-motion system) computes the logarithmic curve and applies the forces to the patient. It constantly (several times per second) checks and corrects the servo-motor’s movement. Highly accurate measurement devices inside the unit monitor changes in the force experienced by each patient.
All of this data is constantly fed back into the treatment computers, which constantly calculate corrections and ensure the therapy fits each patient’s logarithmic curve. The constant monitoring, measuring, and correcting process is one of the hallmarks of DRX technology.
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
During each 30-minute treatment session, the patient relaxes comfortably on a heavily-padded bed. After being secured into position by an upper and lower body harness, the patient can watch a DVD, listen to music, or simply take a nap. Each 30-minute session is divided into 18 phases as spinal decompressive forces alternate between maximum and minimum therapeutic level. The cycling forces create a pumping action that stimulates the natural processes responsible for nourishing the intervertebral disc.
Contact Fort Worth Spinal Decompression team at 817-831-3388 for more information about treatment with the DRX 9000.