FAQs - SpineBelt®Pro

Q - Do spinal decompression belts really work?
A - Quick answer to this question is “Yes – they do work” but not all of them provide the same results. SpineBelt®Pro is a clininal grade device and a patented product, proven to work in 97.8% of users, FDA approved and CE approved. Make sure you buy a high quality and certified decompression belt to achieve the best results and avoid contraindications.

Q - What does SpineBelt®Pro Spinal Decompression treat?

A - FDA cleared Spinal Decompression technology treats symptoms of back pain due to:

  • Herniated Discs

  • Sciatica Pain

  • Bulging Discs

  • Pinched Nerves

  • Sciatica (leg pain)

  • Degenerative Discs

  • Spinal Stenosis

  • Post-Surgical Pain

  • Improve Posture and more..

Q - One size Fits All?

A- Yes, One size Fits All. You can adjust your SpineBelt®Pro for a comfortable and secure fit around your waist.

Q - How Does Spinal Decompression Work?

A - Decompression is achieved by using a specific combination of force of pull, angle in degree of pull and varying time in order to create a negative pressure inside the discs of the spinal cord. This reversal of pressure creates a vacuum inside the disc that helps to draw in bulging discs and extruded disc material back into place, taking pressure off pinched or irritated nerves. Spinal experts believe that nutrients, oxygen, and fluids are drawn into the disc to create a revitalized environment conducive to healing for both herniated and degenerated discs.

Q - What are the SpineBelt®Pro Seassons Like?

A - During a session of wearing SpineBelt®Pro spinal decompression, you will notice a slow lengthening of your spine as your discs are gradually decompressed and relieved of pressure. The treatment process is safe and relaxing. While some users with extensively injured discs have reported mild discomfort during the first few uses or sessions, their discomfort generally subsides upon subsequent uses of the belt. If you feel discomfort simply stop at any point. Each session should last minimum 20 - 30 minutes a day.

Q - How do I use it?

A- A typical spinal decompression session consists of about using frequently SpineBelt®Pro. You only need 20 minutes a day to start experiencing great improvements and results. Some conditions require more time, for this reason, you can wear your SpineBelt®Pro as long as you want since it doesn´t have any contraindications and the betl acts as lumbar support as well. Many patients report relief from their pain and other symptoms during the first week, and most experience dramatic pain relief after 2- 3 weeks of proper use.

Q - Why Would Spinal Decompression Work When Chiropractic and Physical Therapy Have Failed?

A - While traction, physical therapy, inversion tables and manipulation may reduce disc pressures to as low as 40 mm Hg, only spinal decompression has been shown to achieve negative pressures within the spine. It has been clinically proven that spinal decompression creates negative pressures as low as -110 mm Hg3 within the injured disc during the SpineBelt®Pro session. Normally, pulls exerted on the spine trigger sensory receptors in the back to tighten the muscles surrounding the vertebrae and discs in an effort to protect them from injury, a mechanism in the body known as the proprioceptor response. This typically includes muscle guarding and muscle spasms. Spinal Decompression bypasses this response by slowly pulling on the spine and relaxing the back over an extended period of time, allowing the discs to be repositioned without tension and without setting off muscle guarding and spasms.

Q - How Long Will It Take to See Results?

A - Based on 6 years of spinal decompression testing before launching SpineBeltPro and thousands of patients treated we have noticed that the overall success rate is around 97%. We consider this success rate to be very good considering most of our users have “tried everything else” with minimal or no relief.

Instant Results: After a single session you will notice incredible improvements and relief of your back pain for the entire day.

Long Term Fix: On average, our customers have manifested significant improvements after 3 to 5 days of constant and proper use, and absolute relief after 2 weeks of use.

Q - Do I Qualify for Spinal Decompression Therapy?

A- The following conditions may qualify for spinal decompression therapy. Candidates for spinal decompression therapy include the following:

  • Diagnosis of a herniated, bulging or degenerated disc

  • Back pain persisting for more than three weeks

  • Recurrent pain from a failed back surgery that is more than six months old

  • Persistent pain from arthritis

  • Patient at least 18 years of age

Q - Who doesn’t qualify for spinal decompression therapy?

A - The following conditions may disqualify a patient for spinal decompression treatment.

  • Hardware in the spine such as screws and rods

  • Pregnancy

  • Prior lumbar fusion less than six months old

  • Metastatic cancer (cancer that has spread to the bones

  • Grade 3 and 4 spondylolisthesis (Grade 1 or Grade 2 spondylolisthesis are treatable)

  • Recent compression fracture of lumbar spine

  • Pathologic aortic aneurysm

  • Pelvic or abdominal cancer

  • Disc space infections

Consult your physician if you have any questions about the conditions above or to find out if you would qualify for spinal decompression therapy.

Q - Are there any Side Effects to the Treatment?

A - Most patients do not experience any major side effects. The most common side effect is a dull, achy soreness for the first week or two as the body becomes accustomed to being stretched and decompressed. Spinal decompression stretches muscles in a lengthening direction which the body is generally not used to. Because of this patients may experience a dull, achy soreness that they often describe as “it feels like I just worked out for the first time in a long time.” Very rarely do patients have an increase in the pain that they came in with.

Q - Can Spinal Decompression be Used for Patients that Have had Spinal Surgery?

A - In many cases Spinal Decompression treatment is not contra-indicated (withheld due to the harm that it would cause the patient) for patients that have had spinal surgery. In fact many patients have found success with Spinal Decompression even after a failed back surgery. After a failed Laminectomy or Micro Discectomy patients may still respond favorably to spinal decompression. If a patient has had more than 3 laminectomies then the success rate of spinal decompression will go down. If a patient has had surgical fusion with rods or screws or any type of hardware then patients may not qualify for spinal decompression.

Q - I have more questions, can I speak to someone?

A - Yes sure, please contact us at support@wonderspinepro.com and we´ll answer any other question you may have. 

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