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DRX 9000

PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2007 10:12 pm
by runmcd
I have been reading the recent bad press on the DRX 9000 marketing techniques and it is a cryin shame that humans can continue to screw up a great thing. I have alway felt the marketing of the DRX was as cheesy as it gets, like a bad late night infomercial, and I almost did not try it because of this. The pamphlets are obviously biased and not well done.....BUT, thanfully, I was in such pain that I let that all slide in hopes of finding anything that might bring me relief.

I had a discectomy at L5-S1 about 9 years ago, basic through the back surgery, it went well. About 3 years after the surgery I had a relapse due to stupidity. I thought my career was over, as well as my backpacking, kayaking, back country skiing, mt biking etc., all hobbies I had continued without a problem after surgery. After 20 treatments on the DRX I was back in action, without restrictions. I have gone back twice since then, once for a minor twinge, and once for a bad setback that was completely relieved in 7 treatments on the DRX. With good nutrition and excercise, I feel as if I have hope for the future. I know it probably doesnt work for everyone, but what a shame it is if the recent bad marketing press dissuades someone from using this potential life changer. As for me, I'd rather pay the bill than take the pill.

PostPosted: Sun Sep 09, 2007 12:13 pm
by Dean
Hi runmcd,

I agree. The machines are getting a bad rap because of bad people using them to take advantage of people.

Contrary to what those bad people would have you believe, I have never said anything negative about spinal decompression. I consider it a valid part of rebuilding your back.