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13 Reasons You MUST Add Spinal Decompression To Your Practice TODAY

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  • 13 Reasons You MUST Add Spinal Decompression To Your Practice TODAY
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  • Advantage #1- Plenty of Patients There are 1000s of patients with disc related injuries in your area Studies suggest that up 60% of patients have pain originating from the disc (herniations, sprains, degeneration)
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  • Many Patients Wouldnt Otherwise Come In About 40% of prospective decompression patients that will come to see you are either already seeing a chiropractor with limited or no results Or are not interested in chiropractic because of pre-conceived notions, stories from friends or their medical doctors
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  • Advantage #2- Current Methods Not Working For Disc Related Conditions Physical Therapy- often aggravates, 6-12 months to see results Pills/Shots- temporary, poor long term solution, has side effects Chiropractic Manipulation- can aggravate and even cause disc herniations and disc sprains Surgery- Low success rates, patients dont want it, expensive, often patients need more surgeries
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  • Advantage #3- Great For Older Patients Safe for patients into their 90s Comfortable Gentle No exercises patients wont exercise but they will lay there and watch TV Older Patients Have Disposable Income
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  • More than 10 research studies 71% to 89% success rates Rehydrates discs 20% to 40% Reduces Disc Herniation Size up to 90% In a majority of Patients Decreases pain levels from 9/10 to a 1/10 on average in 80% of patients Good long term results Advantage #4 Success Rates 71% to 89%
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  • Research Shows Increase in Disc Height- Case Report Management of Low-back Pain with a Non-surgical Decompression System (DRX9000) Pre- and Post-treatment MRI Measurements Pre-Tx MRI Post-Tx MRI 4 Oct 2007 28 Jan 2008 L5/S1 10.2 mm 11.9 mm L4/L5 3.3 mm 5.1 mm L3/L4 6.4 mm 8.4 mm L2/L3 6.1 mm 8.1 mm
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  • Reduction In Disc Herniation Size Case Report Size of Herniated Disc Pre-Tx MRI Post-Tx MRI 4 Oct 2007 28 Jan 2008 L5S1 2.5 (left) 2.0 (left) 5.1 (centre) 2.2 (centre) 2.5 (right) 1.6 (right) L45 4.5 (left) 3.3 (left) 5.1 (centre) 4.1 (centre) 4.8 (right) 3.5 (right) L34 5.0 (left) 3.2 (left) 5.9 (centre) 4.1 (centre) 5.2 (right) 5.0 (right)
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  • Mayo Clinic Study PRESENTED AT : American Academy of Pain Management AAPM 18th Annual Clinical Meeting Significant pain relief in 88.9% of patients Average pain decreased from 6.4 to.8 Out of 10 Required fewer analgesics after treatment No Safety Issues No Adverse Effects Sept 27-30, 2007 | Las Vegas, Nevada and New York State Society of Anesthesiologists - 61st Post Graduate Assembly in Anesthesiology December 7-11, 2007 | New York, NY Sept 27-30, 2007 | Las Vegas, Nevada and New York State Society of Anesthesiologists - 61st Post Graduate Assembly in Anesthesiology December 7-11, 2007 | New York, NY
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  • More Studies Prove Effectiveness Practical Pain Management: Outcome: The treatment leads to satisfactory pain relief and improved quality of life in up to 88% of patients many of whom have failed "conventional" approaches. (Technology Review: Decompression Therapy. April 2005. Vol. 5, Issue 3. C. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD.) American Journal of Pain Management: Outcome: The Decompression system gave ''good'' to "excellent" relief in 86% of patients with ruptured discs and 75% of those with facet arthrosis. (Decompression, Reduction, and Stabilization of the Lumbar Spine: A Cost Effective Treatment for Lumbosacral Pain. April 7997. Vol. 7, NO.2. C. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD; Vera Borgmeyer, RN, MA).
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  • A Study in The Orthopedic Technology Review (Nov 2003) Showed: 219 Patients with Herniated and Degenerated Discs 86% Showed Immediate Improvement 92% Improved Overall Only 2% relapsed within 90 Days
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  • The Most Effective Tool. I have found Spinal Decompression to be my most effective tool in the treatment of low back pain due to discogenic causes, facet syndrome and failed back surgery syndrome. Robert Odell, M.D., Anesthesiology, Las Vegas, NV.
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  • Advantage #5 Patients Are Willing to Pay Cash Average case fee $2,000-$4,000 Patients can pay up front No need for insurance paperwork
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  • Advantage #6 100% ROI in Less Than 6 months 3 New patients per month $3,000 monthly marketing $20,000-$30,000 increased income 100% return on your investment in less than 6 months
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  • Advantage #7 If Not You, Then Your Competition Patients want results Patients want them fast Patients have access to hundreds of clinics and techniques in minutes Patients will go to your competitors
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  • Advantage #8 Does Not Increase Doctors Time A technician can do all the work Unattended therapy Doesnt require a lot of space, consumables Little ongoing expenses
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  • Advantage #9 Gives You a Distinct Marketing Advantage Technology Computerized Sets you apart from your competition
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  • Advantage #10 Treat 32 Patients Per Day Per Table 1 Table Treats 4 patients per hour 32 patients per day Some clinics have 10-12 tables
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  • Advantage #11 Saves Doctors Hands, Neck & Back No hands on work No bending, twisiting, lifting Table does all the work Many physical therapists and chiropractors are physically burned out Saves the doctors hands, neck, back and shoulders
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  • Advantage #12 Doubles the Value of Your Clinic Eventually you will want to sell Adds Monthly Income Provides a non personality dependant therapy Personality Practices sell at 50% of non personality dependant practices Makes your business more desirable to purchase
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  • Support to Ensure Best Patient results Any doctor can get 50% success Superior technique improves success rates by up to 30% Let us show you everything you need to know to ensure the absolute best results on your patients.
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  • Technique Examples How Much Time (12 min., 20 min., 30 min., 40 min?) Force (is less or more better?) Angle (what angle works best for which patients?) When to treat prone, supine, lateral flexion
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  • Support to Ensure Best Results All tables come with 10 hours of videos on technique, tips, 350 power point slides Ongoing phone and email support Webinars on newest techniques, protocol changes, research etc
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  • Advantage #13 - 30 Day Warranty Parts Mechanical breakdown coverage Schedule interruption protection Toll-free customer service
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