HERNIATED DISC CHANGES SEEN ON MRI!
Corrections are seen with VAX-D! We had a patient, who had a herniated disc at L5-S1 and after undergoing VAX-D treatment, he had a follow-up MRI, which showed such incredible improvement, that the radiologist was shocked at the success of VAX-D:
“I have compared the MRI examination of the Lumbosacral spine, which was obtained on September 28, 1999 with the patient’s follow-up MRI examination obtained on April 13, 2002. On the initial exam from 1999, there was a posterior disc herniation at the L5-S1 level, which measured approximately 1.2 cm. in greatest diameter. The herniated disc was seen extending into the spinal canal and deforming the ventral aspect of the thecal sac. The follow-up examination on April 13, 2002 showed no evidence whatsoever of a herniated disc or of any deformity of the thecal sac. The L5-S1 intervertebral disc appeared normal in marked contrast to the appearance of the L5-S1 disc three years earlier. This case is probably the most dramatic non-surgical herniated disc improvement I have ever seen on a lumbosacral spine MRI examination.”
Allan Rubin, MD (radiologist)
TESTIMONIAL FROM A PHYSICIAN WHO UNDERWENT TREATMENT IN OUR BRADENTON OFFICE
“I found the VAX-D treatments to be remarkably effective….At this point, I essentially feel the same as I did before I sustained the back injury. I am quite sure that without VAX-D, this would not have been possible. In addition, had I not undergone VAX-D, I am quite sure that I would haveneeded surgery which certainly would have been a more involved surgery given the fact that I had three very lateral herniated discs…..In fact, given my own personal experience, I would feel almost unethical not sending a patient for VAX-D prior to an invasive surgical procedure, if they were a candidate for this, had failed other conservative treatments and had no contraindications.”
Lance Castellana, MD