The Latest DRX9000™ Study Data Published In Peer-Reviewed Journal!
A study titled, "Prospective Evaluation of the Efficacy of Spinal
Decompression via the DRX9000™ for Chronic Low Back Pain" was published
in the December issue of The Journal of Medicine. The study authored by Dr. John Leslie, Mayo Clinic, et al,
was designed to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of the DRX9000™
in the treatment of chronic lower back pain. Patients enrolled in the
study had suffered an overall average of 266 weeks of low back pain. At
the conclusion of the study, 16 of the 18 patients reported improvement
in low back pain, greater than 50%. The authors state, "Patients also
reported having better daily activity function as measured by the
Oswestry Disability Index." Reprints are available through Axiom
Worldwide. To view this article please visit here.
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