DRX9000™ Research

Systematic Literature Review of Spinal Decompression

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Via Motorized Traction for Chronic Discogenic Low Back Pain

Pain Practice, Vol 6, Issue 3, 2006 171-178

• Alex Macario, MD, Stanford University
• Joseph Pergolizzi, MD, Johns Hopkins University & NEMA Research, Inc.

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Treatment of 94 Outpatients with Chronic

Discogenic Low Back Pain with the DRX9000™:

Pain Practice, Vol 8, Issue 1, 2008 11-17

• Alex Macario, MD, Stanford University
• Joseph Pergolizzi, MD, Johns Hopkins University and NEMA Research, Inc.

• Martin Auster, MD, MBA, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

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PILOT:
Effectiveness & Safety of Non-surgical Spinal Decompression

The Journal of Medicine, December 2008, Vol. 1, Issue 1


• John Leslie, MD, Mayo Clinic Arizona
• Charlotte Richmond, PhD, NEMA Research, Inc.
• Alex Macario, MD, Stanford University
• Christian Apfel, MD, University of California at San Francisco
• Darren Clair, MD, Vibrance Medical
• Martin Auster, MD, MBA, Johns Hopkins University
• Joseph Pergolizzi, MD, Johns Hopkins University and NEMA Research, Inc.
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Management of Discogenic Low-back Pain with a
Non-surgical Decompression System (DRX9000™)—Case Report

US Musculoskeletal Review 2008, Vol 3, Issue 1, 14-15,2008


• Joseph Pergolizzi, MD, Johns Hopkins University and NEMA Research, Inc.
• Terry Yochum, DC, DACBR, Director, Rocky Mountain Chiropractic Radiology Center
• Charlotte Richmond, PhD, NEMA Research, Inc.
• Brian S McCain, DC, Back In Action Spine and Health Centers
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Management of Low-back Pain with the
DRX9000™ – Case Report

European Musculoskeletal Review, Vol 3, Issue 1, 2008


• Joseph V Pergolizzi Jr, MD,Johns Hopkins University and NEMA Research, Inc.
• William Martin, MD, Upper Valley Interventional Radiology
• Charlotte Richmond, PhD, NEMA Research, Inc.
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Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression to Treat
Chronic Low Back Pain Special Report

Anesthesiology News – PainMedicine News, 2007

Tong J. Gan, MD Vice Chair of Anesthesiology Duke University Medical School
John B. Leslie, MD Professor of Anesthesiology Mayo Clinic
Joseph V. Pergolizzi, MD Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine Department of Medicine Johns Hopkins University

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Chiropractic Economics

• Terry Yochum, DC, DACBR, Director, Rocky Mountain Chiropractic Radiology Center

International Studies

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Russia Study

Clinical Studies for Spinal Decompression, Neurology Unit of Municipal Clinical Hospital, May 13-July 24 2006


• G.N. Minukov, Manager of Neurology Unit
• E.V. Vorobiev, Doctor of Neurology Unit
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Korea Study


• Non-Surgial Decompression Therapy
• J.K. Park, MD

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Japan Study

Effects of Spinal Decompression (DRX9000) for Lumbar Disc Herniation The Journal of Saitama Kenou Rehabilitation, Vol. 6, November 1, 2006


• Naoyuki Oi, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University
• Akira Itabashi, Saitama Center for Bone Disease
• Shusuke Kasano, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, International University of Health and Welfare, Mita Hospital
• Mitsuru Yamamoto, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University
• Mutsuo Yamada, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University
• Yasuyuki Takakura, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University
• Keigo Kumamoto, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University
• Tetsuo Suyama, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical Universit
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India Study

Management of Discogenic Low-back Pain with a Non-surgical Decompression System (DRX9000™)—Case Report

• Malti Hiranandani, Chief Physiotherapist, The Back and Neck Clinic, Hyderabad, India, 2007
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