DRX9000 Spinal Decompression Therapy Costs
Spinal decompression therapy…Is it worth it?
A tale of two outcomes. Talk to the people who were in excruciating pain due to sciatica or from a herniated disc and they will tell you, “Darn straight, best money I’ve ever spent!”
Talk to the people who were ‘too far gone’ and the therapy didnt work and most of them will be unhappy, dissatisfied and have out-of-pocket expenses that didn’t get them anywhere. Of course, there will even be a few who then tout that the whole thing was a DRX9000 scam.
Some things to ponder…
What are the costs, not just money but quality of life, lost wages, path of aging etc., of NOT getting the treatment when you need it? Or worse yet…getting surgery instead and having the surgery not work? The recovery and rehab post-surgical is far more time consuming and potentially debilitating than post-DRX900 spinal decompression.
For example, if a surgical procedure co-pay for a spinal fusion is only 10% on a $50,000 procedure, then your out-of-pocket costs would be $5,000 including a few weeks (or months) involving little activity, increase danger associated with infections and also the risk it might not work. On top of all that, you have follow up visits, therapy and possibly a future follow-up surgery.
Undergoing decompression therapy can work and has worked for many. It’s crucial for you to KNOW that you could be a candidate to begin with. Ask questions. Most of the time, it’s a chiropractor administering the therapy, but get second opinions- not from others who do not provide DRX9000 therapy but others who do. Be aware of Charlatan’s who chastise everyone who doesn’t do exactly what they do.
DRX9000 Costs and Payment Plans
Most DRX9000 decompression therapy treatment programs cost anywhere from $2,500 to $6,000. (Those estimations are for the spinal decompression therapy alone.) Many providers frequently include other modalities such as LASER therapy, chiropractic, oxygen therapy, electrical stimulation, disc nutritional protocols and physical rehabilitation or spinal core exercise, like Med-x Core Spinal Fitness.
From the skeptic’s viewpoint, it may appear that the provider is ‘stacking the deck’ by recommending a number of different chargeable services. I’m sure this the case in limited instances. Although, with most integrity based practitioners they’re trying to pull in “all the king’s horses and all the king’s men” to put Humpty back together again.
Resolving the symptoms of a herniated disc is a tough task.
Treatment programs are frequently about six weeks long and the amount of sessions is any where from 15 to 30. The price is obviously dependent upon the services delivered. Most providers offer a variety of financing or in office payment plans. There are also ‘health care credit lines’ available such as Care Credit.
In the end, a patient has to weight the costs associated with the therapy and also accept the fact that there may a be a possibility that even with proactive care that non-surgical spinal decompression may not solve the problem. DRX9000 costs are relative and have many individual factors.