FAQ’s


Frequently Asked Questions

What is DRS™/Axial Decompression and what conditions can be helped?

DRS™(Decompression, Reduction and Stabilization) is a state-of-the-art technology protocol used to gradually relieve disc compression and other related disc conditions often associated with neck and low back pain: herniated and bulging disc, degenerative disc disease, sciatica pain, facet syndromes, numbness and tingling of the legs and even relapsed or failed back surgeries.

Why should I consider DRS™?

DRS™ therapy is revolutionary. It is the only treatment that was developed by a team of specialists including Neurosurgeons, Orthopedic Surgeons, Physiatrists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Neurologists and Physical Therapists.

DRS™ therapy is proven and effective. The procedure has been studied extensively and validated clinically. Thousands of patients have been successfully treated.

DRS™ therapy is non-surgical and non-invasive. The complications from surgery can be severe and may result in debilitating conditions. DRS™ Therapy is painless and involves no recovery time.

THE DRS Protocol™ Is:

  • Nonsurgical
  • Comfortable
  • Restores you to a normal and productive life
Is chronic pain a common condition?

Chronic pain is a very serious condition, yet until recently there was no satisfactory treatment. Pain medications do not always work; even when they do work, they do not solve the problem. Their long-term use is associated with risks, and sometimes they cause addiction. Epidural injections sometimes relieve the pain partially and temporarily, but they do not cure the underlying problems which cause back and neck pain.

Does the DRS Protocol™ involve surgery or injection?

No. The DRS Protocol™ is completely non-invasive, is non-surgical, and involves no injections. Not only is the DRS Protocol™ safe and painless, it’s also comfortable and relaxing.

What about surgery?

Surgical procedures may relieve the pain; however, they change the anatomy of the back, are painful, have complications and a significant rate of failure. Many patients feel much worse after surgery than before it.