Vax-D is one of the most established and time tested forms of modern spinal decompression. The Vertebral Axial Decompression machine offers proven results for resolving pain due to both herniated discs and degenerative disc disease. Statistics show that more than 75% of treated patients experience considerable permanent disc pain relief as a result of Vax therapy.
This dialog centers on using Vertebral Axial Decompression to treat a variety of disc conditions in the neck or lower back. We will explore why Vax decompression therapy offers many advantages over traditional symptomatic or surgical care practices.
The Vertebral Axial Decompression system works by relieving pressure on compressed intervertebral levels, in much the same manner as any other modern decompression approach. The machine gently stretches the spine in the affected region, allowing degenerated and bulging discs to return once again to a more typical and asymptomatic state.
Receiving Vax therapy is pain-free in the vast majority of patients and is even enjoyed by many who receive instant symptom relief when decompression is applied. Vax patients usually receive 15 to 30 sessions over the course of a month and most patients are treated daily for at least 2 weeks. Sessions last 30 to 45 minutes, although extra time might be spent enjoying the additional benefits of complementary therapies, such as heat and ice, massage or TENS therapy.
Like most decompression techniques, Vax is highly customizable. Each patient has individual diagnostic conditions which require attention and the Vax system allows every patient to receive the targeted care they deserve for best results.
Vax Decompression centers can be run by medical doctors, physical therapists or chiropractors and the experience of the care provider will certainly affect the quality of the therapy results. Spinal decompression offers excellent permanent pain relief in the majority of herniated disc patients and also accomplishes this success without surgical intervention.
Vax treatment is not cheap, but is usually well worth the cost, since treatment is finite and usually completely resolves the painful complaint, when used as indicated.
Decompression therapy is a growth industry and is certainly revolutionizing the way back, neck and sciatica pain are treated. Instead of life-long conservative treatment regimens, or hazardous surgeries with unsure results, patients who seek out decompression can enjoy a short therapy program and possible permanent results without risk. These are the reasons why decompression has become one of my personal recommendations for patients with actual physical disc pain.
To learn more about Vax Decompression, contact a local treatment center and investigate the results for yourself. Alternatively, you can also explore the other leading methods of modern decompression using the DRX9000 or AccuSpina systems. Just be sure that whichever system you choose, you take your time in selecting a care provider with the experience you need to get the best results. The system is only as good as the caregiver using it.