What heals the DRX9000
The system DRX9000 can help dramatically in treating conditions such as:
Herniated intervertebral disc
Degeneration of intervertebral disc
Disease of the articular surfaces of intervertebral joints
Narrowing of intervertebral spaces
Postoperative pain and relapses
Low back pain unspecified, especially sciatica
As demonstrated clinical studies, after three weeks of treatment the DRX9000 System has significant results, relieving the debilitating pain caused by viewing, herniation, degeneration or rupture of the intervertebral disc and sciatica syndrome of posterior articular surface treatment and even cases where surgery had failed.
The spine must be stable to support an upright posture, and also must be flexible to allow bending and turning. This camera is a great challenge and makes your spine vulnerable to injury. The backbone consists of a chain of bones, called vertebrae, and which are connected together by ligaments and muscles. The vertebrae cover and protect the spinal canal, which carries sensory messages to and from the brain, controlling all bodily functions.
The disc separates each vertebrae and acts like a cushion, absorbing shock along the spine. The disc in the region of the core is made of gel and covered with many strong outer layers which are called rings. The discs have no blood supply from blood vessels that fed and refreshed, instead, depend on (above and below them) transfer fluids, nutrients and oxygen from the bones (vertebrae). This transfer of liquid is dependent on the pressure transfer between the interior of the discs and the surrounding vertebrae and blood vessels. For this reason the greatest nourishment and renewal of the disc occurs when the patient is lying down and the pressure inside the discs decreases. This process however is not sufficient enough, and with increasing age, the disk is exposed to greater wear and tear of its ability to heal and regenerate.
The discs tend to injury and degeneration as we use the average and every day as compressed and accept moments in the seat, bending and lifting weight. At the two lower levels of the lumbar spine, the pressing forces can equal 2,000 έως 3.000 pds (910kgr-1.365 kgr) of pressure per square inch. Repeated injuries weaken the rings, and the most recent changes occurring within the discs are tears in the rings. With increasing pressure within the disc ruptures rings may allow the disc to swell like a broken old tire rim. Any damage to the internal drive if you can cause serious back pain. If all layers of the break ring, the core zeloeidis escapes out of the disk, causing disc herniation. The bulged or herniated disc can press on the spinal nerves, causing sciatica, which can bring a feeling of weakness in the legs, loss of sensation in the skin or tingling or burning sensation along the nerves in the buttocks and legs.
Recurrent injuries contribute to degeneration of discs, which are hard and dry, causing loss of capacity for absorbing vibrations. This process can be continued until the collapse of the disc, which increases the mechanical stress on bones and joints and leads to arthritis syndrome (Facet).