Has anyone ever heard of this machine ever working? or tired themselves, and worked or failed?
Im considering trying it
IM 26 yrs old and for the last 4 years tried everything physical therapy, chiro, acupunc, massage, excercise, and stretches
I tried pain managment epidural,facetblock's injections, and pain killers
but nothing works, Im at the point where i have severe sciata and leg pain tingling every day and its constant back pain assocated to constant sciata that that never goes away
im considering surgery, but after researching it more IM scared cuz im young I dont knwo what to do live with this pain daily or try surgery? or try the decompression machine, i heard it helped lots of people stay out of needing surgery
My spine surgeon, had me discogram, and it showed postive results meaning that they say based on the results, it showed promising that spinal surgery will work
my back is l-4, l-5, s-1 there is an annular tear l-4-5 and its a 9mm tear or something i have been told i have bulding disc also.
I also have fibromylagia, so im in pain all day every day all the time its horrible
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