Spinal decompression is created as the DDS Double inflates with air. Our patented VAP Technology decreases axial loading while increasing intervertebral disc space by anchoring underneath the rib cage pushing upwards and against the pelvic girdle pushing downwards. This action gently stretches the torso vertically and displaces stress away from the affected disc and nerve. Pressure and pain levels, within the lumbar spine region, is significantly reduced which can assist active-rehabilitation.
The DDS Double back brace is the perfect solution for patients who cannot tolerate the discomfort of a rigid body jacket yet require similar support. It is especially valuable for pre and post surgery, providing with equal stability as a stiff body jacket. As the patient progresses and requires less support, the detachable rigid panels can be removed to create a semi-rigid support with one or no support panels. It easily converts into a soft LSO and provides greater flexibility.
The DDS Double Decompression Brace’s unique and patented spinal air traction design is thin, lightweight and easy to use; it offers a high degree of mobility, alleviating and preventing back pain. The back brace can be discreetly worn under clothing allowing you to perform daily activities such as driving, walking and standing for long periods of time, and enabling those with an active lifestyle to work, enjoy sports and other leisure activities pain-free. Disc Disease Solutions will speed up your recovery and help you enjoy the daily activities that were once too difficult.
* Measurement around the navel
* Extension piece available for larger sizes
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"The DDS 500 I just got it today and I put it on and with in 15 to 20 mins. The pain in my lower back almost went away.
I did not think this device would make that much of a difference but it really does.
I thank you for this device!!!"
"Scoliosis had just about brought my active career and lifestyle to a halt. With pinched nerves I was unable to feel toes on my left foot and that leg was numb most of the time. Having heard from several orthopedic surgeons that nothing could be done to correct my spine I was close to being resigned to walking with a cane and enduring the non-stop pain. In addition, over the years I had spoken to many of my own patients who had back surgery"Martha S. Cassity, D.M.D.