A Clinical Report for Lumbar Disc Herniation
Low back pain is one the most common medical conditions.1Twenty-six percent of men and 30% of women over 18 years old in the United States suffer from low back pain; for adults over 45 years old, the percentage is 32%. In Canada, a survey from Saskatchewan found that in a 6-month period, 5 in 10 Canadians suffer from low back pain; up to 85% of working people can expect to experience low back pain during their lifetime.
Many different problems can cause low back pain, however, lumbar disc herniation (aka, slipped or ruptured disc) is one of the most common causes and most challenging diseases to treat. The treatment of lumbar disc herniation is controversial, with recommendations ranging from conservative approaches—bed rest, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and manipulation—to more invasive approaches—physiotherapy, epidural steroid injection, and surgery. Conservative treatment generally is considered accessible, safe, and economical, but its long-term effectiveness remains unproven.
In Western countries, conservative therapy does not include acupressure, but in Eastern countries such as China, most patients with lumbar disc herniation have been treated by this method and have received excellent clinical results, especially for new-onset injuries. A review of 4 studies found that a high percentage of patients treated with acupressure (70%-80%) had relief of lower back pain and sciatica and were able to return to work and activities of daily living.
Integrity Life Sciences delivers a multitude of orthotic treatment options to address one of the most costly systemic ailments in the world, chronic low back and neck pain. Our advanced solution begins with the Integrity Spinal Care System (ISCS). Our ISCS non-surgical spinal decompression therapy systems are engineered to provide pain relief for compressive and degenerative conditions of the spine. Specifically, conditions that may be treated include: neck pain and back pain associated with herniated discs, protruding discs, degenerative disc disease, posterior facet syndrome, and sciatica. It achieves these effects through decompression of intervertebral discs, that is, unloading due to distraction and positioning.
As a compliment to the ISCS, Integrity offers the very effective Integrity Gel Support Brace. Our advanced lumbar support brace is a fitting compliment to non-surgical spinal decompression therapy and was designed as an adjunct therapy for those suffering from back pain due to disc related conditions. The Integrity Gel Support Brace may be used with or without Integrity’s non-surgical spinal decompression systems and is an excellent treatment option for the patient to use at home.
In addition, Integrity Life Sciences has been exclusively granted the use of all of the technology, products, US Patent and Trademark Office’s assignments, logos and other forms of intellectual property that were created by Axiom Worldwide, Inc under the leadership of Jim Gibson from Tampa, Florida. The agreement specifically includes the flagship product DRX9000, its family of products, and all of its derivatives such as the DRX9000C. Integrity offers support for these products, which includes: sales, maintenance services, and repairs. Only Integrity Life Sciences is Registered with the US FDA as a Factory Authorized – Contract Manufacturer – for Axiom Worldwide DRX9000 True Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Systems
James Gibson, President of integrity Life Sciences states “Our partners will have the unique opportunity to present a cutting edge medical device designed with redundancy engineering, the latest technology, and a clinically validated protocol that restores a patient’s quality of life non-surgically and without pharmaceutical products”. With a body of published clinical research from around the world will support and strengthen your sales presentation; members of our medical advisory board herald from prestigious institutions such as Johns-Hopkins and The Mayo Clinic just to name a few. In addition, you will have confidence in a quality product that adheres to the stringent standards mandated by FDA, CE, and ISO. Sales, marketing, and technical training is offered in prestigious locations in both Europe and the United States.
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