The RxDecom® Works Better by Targeting the Damaged Tissues of the Neck or Back.
If you ever wondered how the RxDecom® works better, this article is for you. The RxDecom® works because it targets specific tissue in need of repair. Unlike other types of traction or spinal decompression devices, the process of targeting damaged tissue is simplified with the TMS. The TMS is the “Treatment Management Software”. Do keep in mind that the TMS is not provided to diagnosis or treat your patients, but rather to help train your clinical staff in their pursuit of understanding treatment methods provided by the RxDecom®.
RxDecom® is Better Because It Addresses Intradiscal Pressure and Pain
In the coming sections, we will elaborate in greater details on how or why the RxDecom® is in a class by itself. Our goal is to enlighten you so that you may avoid spending money on useless devices such as traction modalities.
Some experience back pain as a transient problem, but for many, the pain lingers, becoming an agony almost impossible to bear. Today, back pain is fast becoming an epidemic in which there is no immunity. With the rise in the socioeconomic burdens of back pain, our society is asking for a change. The Physicians want it, the therapists want it, our economy needs it, and the patients are demanding it!
Research studies have established conclusive evidence of the spiraling catastrophic effects associated with decreased inward diffusion of nutrients into the vertebral disc. Studies have also documented the effects of intradiscal pressure on the process of inward diffusion of nutrients. According to these documents, when the intradiscal pressure increases above the diastolic pressure, the inward diffusion ceases. Also, some researchers have stated that an ideal environment for diffusion is when the intradiscal pressure is significantly lowered into the negative ranges. The average intradiscal pressure of a vertebral disc is said to be about 70 mmHg.