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Is Spinal Decompression Effective?
For those patients who meet the correct clinical requirements, the outcomes from spinal decompression have been very positive. Especially noteworthy are those of the SpineMED system. Retrospective outcome based non-surgical decompression studies conducted on older devices show a 70-86% success rate with success being defined as maximum medical improvement. For many SpineMED® patients the treatment has been life saving.