Affiliation: Duke University-Harvard Fellow
Publication: Practical Pain Management
Technology & Study Overview: The author reviewed results reported from ten clinics, with a cohort of over 500 patients. Im provement rates of 65 to 88% confirm the author’s earlier findings regarding differential dynamic rehabilitation. Most importantly, the latest study demonstrates not only an average 65% decrease in pain at completion of IDD therapy, but average pain reduction of 76% one year after treatment
Current exploration of vibration, distraction, oscillation and other adjunctive mobilization adjustments offer even greater potential for the future of intervertebral differential dynamics rehabilitation.