Independent Scientific Research Says

“In a recent study of 219 patients with herniated discs and degenerative disc disease, 86 percent who completed the therapy showed immediate improvement and resolution to their symptom; 92 percent improved overall”

Glonis T, Groteke E, Spinal Decompression. Orth Tech Review 5(6):36-39 Nov-Dec 2003

“We consider decompression therapy to be a primary treatment for low back pain associated with lumbar disc herniation, degenerative disc disease and decreased spine mobility. We believe that post-surgical patients with persistent pain or “failed back syndrome” should not be considered candidates for further surgery until a trial of reasonable trial of decompression has been tried”

Gose E, Naguszewski W, Naguszewski R. Vertebral Axial Decompression Therapy for pain associated with herniated or degenerated discs or facet syndrome: an outcome study. J Neuro research 20(4) 186-90 April 1998

“Successful reduction of intradiscal pressure with decompression therapy represents a technological advance”

Naguszewski R. Gose E., Derma tonal Somatosensory Evoked Potential of Nerve Root Decompression After Vax-D Therapy. Journal Neuro Research 23(7) Oct 2001

“Significant improvement in a sample of patients with unfavorable prognosis due to chronic low pain.”

Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy (Vol. 35, No 1, January 2005)

“This 144 patient study showed that 76% achieved remission of pain.”

Efficacy of Vertebral Axial Decompression on Chronic Low Back Pain. Journal of Neurological Research (Vol 29, No 3 March 2003)

“Four year follow up shows a sustained 86% reduction in pain and that 91% had resumed their normal activities”

Vax-D Reduces Chronic Discogenic Low Back Pain – Four Year Study. Anesthesiology News (Vol. 29 No 3 March 2003)

“Pain reduction in the study was 77% with successful decompression of the nerve roots at multiple levels.”

Dermatasomal Somatosensory Evoked Potential Demonstration of Nerve Root Decompression after Vax-D Therapy. Neurological Research Journal (Vol 23 p.706-714 Oct. 2001)

“A statistically significant reduction in pain and improvement in functional outcome was obtained in patients”

Neurological Research Journal (Vol 23 p.780-84 October 2001)

“Complete remission was achieved by 64% of the study group”

An Overview of vertebral axial decompression. Tilaro F. Canadian Journal of Clinical Medicine (Vol 6 No. 1 January 1999)

“The average pain reduction was 77%”

The Effects of Vax-D on sensory nerve function in Patients with Low Back Pain and Radiculopathy Canadian Journal of Clinical Medicine (Vol.5 no.1 January 1998)

“The authors consider decompression to be a primary modality for low back pain, lumbar herniations at single or multiple levels, degenerative discs, facet arthropathy and decreased spinal mobility.”

Vertebral Axial Decompression Therapy for Pain Associated with Herniated or Degenerative Discs or Facet Syndrome: An Outcome study of 778 cases. Journal of Neurological Research (Vol 20 No 3 April 1998)