This look impressive and it has FDA 501 clearance.  Further details are listed below and the product seems to be getting a high rating not only from imagepatients, in which 100% said the would recommend the treatment, but all the experts from Mayo, Johns Hopkins, Stanford and more are also high on the product and treatment and are working with results with continuing this evaluation and reports through clinical trials. 

Back surgery, even with some of the newest and greatest products is something we all give serious thought, and perhaps this product can possibly come to the rescue.  The treatments all depend on software to report back and help configure the plan best for the patient, and to me it is almost like a robotic chiropractor since some of their therapies are based on releasing pressure from the spine area.  The target audience would be those experiencing pain due to herniated and bulging lumbar discs.image

Some who have had back surgery can even have the therapy, depending on what type of surgery an individual has had, and surgery with implanted plates, screws and cables though would not be able to use the treatment.  What is really pretty neat is that once the treatment plan is complete, you are pretty much done with the exception of a follow up a month afterwards.  If you listen to the video at the site, this may be partly necessary to add to the clinical information being gathered.  There are several chiropractors and physicians listed in most states who are licenses to provide the therapy.  Again, to have 100% recommendation, seems to indicate that patients are getting relief.  50% relief or greater is what the treatment is reporting. 

It does state that during treatment, you may be a little sore, but if you go to the chiropractor, you are a bit sore when you leave their offices as well.  Additional reviews of the product can be found here.  Based on feedback, the computer is constantly evaluating and administering the level of treatment.  BDimage

The DRX9000 True Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression System™ provides relief of pain and symptoms associated with herniated discs,  bulging or protruding intervertebral discs, degenerative disc disease, posterior facet syndrome, and sciatica. It is a non-surgical and non-invasive therapy. The DRX9000™ works by applying forces to elongate the spine without causing the muscles guarding the spine to contract. This force is referred to as Spinal Decompression. The spinal elongation is maximized when paraspinal muscles, the muscles that guard the spine from injury, are relaxed. When paraspinal muscles relax, the DRX9000 Spinal Decompression forces spread apart the bony vertebra of the spine .  

The DRX9000 True Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression System™ utilizes high-speed treatment computers to calculate the logarithmic spinal decompression treatment curve for each patient. A servo-motor / servo amplifier takes the logarithmic curve and applies the forces to the patient. The servo-amplifier constantly checks (several thousand times per second) and corrects the servo-motor’s movement. With measurement devices inside the DRX9000™, changes in decompression forces experienced by each patient is monitored.


All of this data is constantly fed back into the treatment computers. The treatment computers continually calculate corrections and ensure the therapy is true to each patient’s logarithmic curve. This constant monitoring, measuring, and correcting process is called a Nested Closed-Loop Feedback System. This methodology is one of the hallmarks of the DRX9000™ technology.


The therapeutic protocol* consists of 20 treatments over the course of six weeks. There are three phases that will occur during this time.


  • Five treatments per week for the first two weeks
During this phase, your healthcare provider may also prescribe:
  • Restricted physical activity 
  • Disc Distractor/ lumbar support may be prescribed to supplement the effects of decompression
  • Adjunctive therapies including electrical stimulation and cold therapy.


  • Three treatments per week for two weeks: 
During this phase, your healthcare provider may also prescribe:
  • Gentle stretching exercises
  • Light activity
  • Reduce the use of the Disc Distractor
  • Adjunctive therapies including electrical stimulation and cold therapy.


  • Two treatments per week for two weeks:
During this phase, your healthcare provider may also prescribe:
  • Stabilization exercises for strength and support of affected disc
  • Use of Disc Distractor as needed
  • Adjunctive therapies including electrical stimulation and cold therapy.
  • Ask your healthcare provider if this treatment option is right for you.

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  1. I enjoyed reading your articles. This is truly a great read for me. I have bookmarked it and I am looking forward to reading new articles.

  2. I think I don't need the assistance of this because I don't feel that something is wrong with my joints. However, I am thankful that something like this is discovered so that many patients with this disease will have more options for them.


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