Chiropractor Dr. Jennifer Jara demonstrates non-surgical spinal decompression, a new chiropractic technology.
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Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Treatment Dr. Jennifer Jara: Oh, my god. It is amazing of what we have going on this day and age. Actually, I’m working out with the called non-surgical Spinal Decompression that DRX9000 and it works amazing for the conditions of the spine. Dr. Travis Stork: So, how does it work? Dr. Jennifer Jara: Well, a lot of people have neck and low back pain. I mean, it’s the number one leading cause of disability in our nation. So, we really need to find something to help with that and come out with a fantastic machine. It works by basically reversing her needed disc, protruding disc that cause numbness, psyatic -- are very compromised in peoples lives like Cindy. Dr. Travis Stork: How does it do that? Dr. Jennifer Jara: Basically, what it does? It creates like a suction force into the disc and it because the disk compressed. So, we want to decompress the disc and that basically works on an osolation. So, it helps to create that suction first which force of water, oxygen, and nutrients back into the disc. It rehydrates and literally, you can rebuild back a disc naturally. Dr. Travis Stork: Is it safe? Dr. Jennifer Jara: Very safe. There are no side effects of assuming that the patient is properly qualified. There are certain medical conditions. Dr. Travis Stork: Is Cindy qualified then? Dr. Jennifer Jara: Yes! After careful review of her records and MRI, she actually qualifies for non-surgical spinal decompression. Cindy: Thank you. Dr. Travis Stork: So, do you want to try it? Cindy: Sure, definitely as soon as possible. Dr. Jennifer Jara: Yeah. She will go through standard protocol for her. She will be treated five times a week for the first couple of weeks then we will downgrade to three times, two times and then once a week. And then she’ll be done within two months. Two to three months is generally what it -- time that it takes to treat it.
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