Exciting NEW treatment for LOWER BACK PAIN without drugs or surgery!!!
If you have been suffering from "Low Back Pain" for years and been told that a lifetime of taking drugs or a risky surgery are your only option, we have new hope for you.
This healthcare breakthrough has provided thousands of men and women relief from acute and chronic low back pain associated with:
- Herniated or Bulging Disc(s)
- Sciatica or Leg Pain
- Degenerative Disc(s)
- Facet Syndrome
- Spinal Arthritis
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The Lordex Lumbar Spine System uses a special kind of FDA-approved therapy called closed reduction decompression that alleviates pain by taking pressure off the nerves and discs in the lower back, or lumbar region of the spine. Pressure on the nerves in the this region is a major cause of sciatica and other painful conditions related to the lower back region.
Lordex treatment does far more than provide temporary relief from pain. In many cases, the Lordex System can produce long-term pain relief because it actually addresses the problem of a herniated, bulging, or slipped disc(s). Lordex does this by creating a negative pressure in the disc, thus taking pressure off the sensitive nerves that surroundthe spine.
Lordex works by applying a gentle force at the pre-set angles through the use of a specially-designed treatment machine. Lordex manipulates the vertebrae of the spine so that the bulging disc tends to be drawn back into its normal position. This allows increased nutrient flow into the disc. After repeated treatments, the disc can begin to heal, and thus the pain many times goes away or is reduced.
Lordex is an especially attractive alternative to back surgery, which is a risky, painful and expensive procedure and should be a last resort after all other conservative options have been tried.
Here is what Other Doctors are Saying:
Over the years I have had tremendous success managing low back pain patients with the Lordex Lumbar Spine System. Just because a patient does not qualify for spine surgery doesn't mean they don't need treatment. My treatment of choice has been the Lordex. Lordex decompression and strengthening program is compatible with virtually all mechanical spine pathology.
-Thomas Dlabal, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon
As an Orthopedic Surgeon I was somewhat skeptical until I actually tried the Lordex procedure for my own herniated disc. I was nothing short of impressed with the outcome. I now routinely recommend the procedure for both acute and chronic low back pain patients.
The Lordex procedure combines a unique decompression of the Lumbar Spine at specific targeted segments, while simultaneously introducing strength restoration therapy to improve function and stabilize the spine.
Patients experiencing severe debilitating pain can potentially avoid surgery with Lordex Treatment.
Lordex may be the answer for problems that simply can't be resolved with medication or physical therapy.
Lordex works and its satisfying to see patients respond who otherwise have little hope.
-Stephen Weiss, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon
-What is Lordex?
Based on principles researched at major universities and in clinical settings, Lordex is a machine that relieves patients of their lower back pain by re-establishing functional capacity and decompressing the sensitive nerve fibersWITHOUT SURGERY.
-Who is a candidate for Lordex treatment?
Patients suffering from herniated discs, degenerative joint disease, sciatica, facet syndromes and other low back conditions.
-What does Lordex mean?
Lordex's for the Lordosis region of the spine. for exercise. The system is comprised of the Lordex Decompression Unit and the RX-1 Lordex Strength Restoration machine.
-How does Lordex work?
Lordex RX-1 targets the lumbar muscles to reintroduce kinetic activity. The Lordex Decompression Unit then comfortably tractions the spinal joint, decompressing the disk and reducing pain. Unlike conventional traction that stretches the back only, the Lordex Decompression procedure aids in reconstitution and disc healing, allowing increased circulation to the damaged area.
-What do the procedures involve?
The procedure is 30 cycles of decompression over the course of a 20 to 30 minute treatment. During each procedure, you will be fitted with a pelvic harness and a chest vest. While you are comfortably positioned on your back, a knee wedge will support your legs and a small lordotic bladder will support your lumbar region. The Lordex decompression table slowly and gently separates to relieve you of pressure that pinches the nerves.
Following the 30 cycles of decompression, you will begin strength restoration therapy on the RX1 to re-stabilize your spine. Each RX1 procedure consists of 1. Pelvic restabilization. 2. Eccentric/concentric progressive resistance throughout your own range of motion in both flexion and extension and 3. Release.