Spinal Surgery vs Spinal Decompression

Spine pain can consist of back pain and/or neck pain. It is a common condition that can affect people of all ages and lifestyles. Currently, the treatment of back pain costs the United States economy approximately $34 Billion per year. Healthcare professionals are desperately searching for other methods to treat spine pain because…

The medical evidence is clear: surgical intervention should be the ABSOLUTE last step.

While surgical intervention may be necessary in some cases, several more conservative treatment options exist. Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression is the leading treatment option for spine-related disorders. The DRX-9000 is the only non-surgical spinal decompression treatment that has been shown in medical research to effectively treat several diagnoses.

These may include but are not limited to disc pathologies (bulging, herniations, protrusions, and extrusions), stenosis (central canal, lateral recess, intervertebral foramen), sciatica, radiculopathy (numbness, burning, tingling), or facet syndrome.

Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression can provide numerous benefits for those suffering from back pain. Here are some benefits of non-surgical options for back pain:

  1. Non-invasive: The DRX-9000 is non-invasive, meaning it does not require surgery or any incisions. This reduces the risk of complications, infections, and other side effects that may occur with surgical procedures.
  2. Faster recovery: Non-surgical treatments such as the DRX-9000 generally require little to no downtime compared to surgery. Patients can usually resume their daily activities shortly after treatment, whereas surgery may require weeks or even months of recovery time.
  3. Cost-effective: Non-surgical treatments are often more affordable than surgical procedures. This is especially true for those who do not have health insurance or whose insurance does not cover certain surgical procedures.
  4. Customizable: Non-surgical treatments can be tailored to each patient’s individual needs. This means that the treatment plan can be adjusted based on the severity of the back pain, the patient’s lifestyle, and other factors.
  5. Reduced risk of complications: Non-surgical treatments are generally safer than surgical procedures, which can carry risks such as bleeding, infection, and anesthesia complications.
  6. Minimal scarring: Non-surgical treatments do not leave any scars, which can be a concern for some patients who are worried about their appearance.

Overall, non-surgical spinal care offers an options for back pain offer numerous benefits for patients.

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