Clinical Study Report
A practice based prospective study of 31 consecutive patients (21 men, 10 women – mean age 57 years) with low back pain with or without radiculopathy.
Each patient completed the Oswestry Low Back Pain Disability Questionnaire (Ver.2) and the Numeric Rating Scale (NRS-11) – pre and post treatment. Disability assessment was based upon an absolute percentage point change in the Oswestry Disability Index (ODI). An absolute 6% point change is defined to be the Minimum Clinical Important Difference (MCID), 1 between patients who have improved with Extentrac® treatment and those that remained stable.
A practice based retrospective study of 133 patients utilizing the Extentrac® Elite multi-functional therapy table.
Designed Not Only With The Patient In Mind, Designed With The Doctor In Mind As Well. With Extentrac® Elite’s high-tech look and performance, it’s easy to see why the patient’s and doctor’s best interest was kept in mind.
Nothing can adequately describe Extentrac® Elite’s ease of operation, patient control, and treatment flexibility – in terms of matching treatment intervention to examination findings. Its key performance features include:
- Multi-Directional Disc Decompression (M3D) Providing Decompression from Multiple Angles and Directions through Movement of the Patient Support Platform
- Decompression in Flexion, Extension, Lateral Flexion, and Axial or Linear Postures
- Supine or Prone Patient Positions
- Two Separate Decompression Systems – Leg or Lumbar Mediated
- Fully Automated Decompression
- Direct Palpation of the Spine in both the Supine or Prone Position
- Direct Measurement and Display of Decompression Force in Pound