DRS System FAQs

Our Most Commonly Asked Questions On The DRS System Low Back Pain Treatment In Alaska

Back pain is a serious concern. Consider these facts:

This pain is often a symptom of a more serious condition. So if you experience back pain, get a chiropractic examination. Understanding the problem is the first step toward fixing it – and avoiding a more serious problem in the future.

The Decompression Reduction Stabilization (DRS) System removes pressure from the discs and joints in your lower back, through a safe and effective distraction and decompression process.

You may see many benefits from DRS treatment, including:

Plus, most insurance companies cover DRS treatments and, unlike surgery, there is no recovery period.

Our unique DRS treatment includes four phases – DRS therapy, home exercises, chiropractic care and physical rehab.

The DRS System was developed after many years of careful research and by renowned neurosurgeon and researcher, C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S.

A national leader in pain management, Dr. Shealy is the founder of the Shealy Institute (link to their Web site) in Springfield, Mo., which has been described as the most efficient, cost-effective pain management facility in the world.

Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab introduced the DRS System to Alaska in 2000 because we are committed to providing safe, effective, non-surgical low back pain treatment to Alaskans.

The DRS System has been the subject of numerous research studies and has been found to be a safe and highly effective low back pain treatment option. The DRS System is also approved by the FDA.

The DRS System has been the subject of numerous research studies, which have found the treatment to be safe and effective. Specifically, studies have shown:

Here at Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab, we’ve treated nearly 1,000 Alaskans with the DRS System – and seen plenty of our own success stories.

The DRS System is the first FDA-approved decompression system where the patient is positioned on his or her back. Older decompression systems required the patient to lay face-down and hold on to a bar located above their head. These systems were flawed because it put the patients’ backs into further extension. Also, these systems were unable to treat specific discs.

The DRS System treatment can target and treat specific discs in your low back.

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