No clear treatment?
If you're here. You're not alone.
Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide with as much as 80% of the population suffering from back pain in their lifetime. Without a clear solution, you may experience chronic debilitating pain, which follows wherever you go.
A dull ache. A sharp pain. You ask yourself.
Am I a victim of back pain?
Spinal (lumbar) sprain refers to the shock or damage of light muscle or ligament caused by lifting heavy objects, performing rigorous physical activity, excessive exercising or due to a traffic accident. You might have described or have heard someone else describe this condition with this common phrase: “I pulled my back” or “I threw out my back.”
We all have discs that act as cushions between our spinal bones. These discs are made up of an outer annulus fibrosus, which surrounds the inner nucleus pulposus. In one instance of a herniation of the intervertebral disc, there is a tear in the annulus fibrosis and the nucleus pulposis is no longer fully protected. Most of the time when the intervertebral disc is herniated it is titled to the left or right.
Spinal Stenosis is a type of degenerative disease where there is a loss of moisture in the disc primarily due to aging. The loss of moisture causes decreased elasticity or internal deformity of the disc. Once the internal disc (pulp) is weakened, it will eventually collapse since it can no longer withstand the body weight and causes a narrowing of the intervertebral space.
Rest assured. Pain relief is here. Treatment is on its way.
The process is simple: The herniated or bulging intervertebral disc or herniated nucleus pulposus applies pressure on the nerve root, causing pain.
DDS Neck and Back Braces help resume the appropriate position of the intervertebral disc or nucleus pulposus by increasing the intervertebral space and reducing the pressure between lumbar/cervical vertebrae while assisting active-rehabilitation.
Not all back braces are created equally.
DDS is the only brace that comes with a pressure gage to measure decompression. Decompression is the act of external forces separating the spine in an effort to allow discs and other connective tissues to move off impinged nerves with the goal of significantly reducing or eliminating pain.
Our braces promote muscle stimulation and activity, which is in contrast to most other lumbar supports which limit mobility thus promoting muscle atrophy resulting in weakness of the lower back and dependency upon the brace.
Your personal doctor on the go.
DDS Back and Neck Braces unique and patented spinal air traction design is thin, lightweight and easy to use; it offers a high degree of mobility and can be discreetly worn under clothing while performing daily activities.
Treat Knee Pain
The LTS Hinge gently pulls in opposite directions, decompresses and unloads the knee joint.
Treat Back Pain
The air columns will gently re-align the spine by exerting pressure evenly. Consistent use of DDS will allow the spine to return to its natural shape.
Treat Neck Pain
The first device that offers the option to receive pneumatic traction while lying down in the supine position or upright for mobile treatment.
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Relieve Back pain with DDS
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Dr Stokes working with patients
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