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Décompression, références :
Tilaro F. Canadian Journal of Clinical Medicine. 5:1-7,1998. Decompression therapy significantly reduced intradiscal pressure. Promoting retraction of the herniation, improving diffusion gradient into the disc that allows nutrients and healing.
«Surgical alternative, spinal decompression: Thomas A. Glonis, MD, JD, FRCS, MBA, MHA, FICS, and Eric Grateke, DC, CCIC » Clinical study evaluating the effect of nonsurgical intervention on symptoms of spine patients with herniated and degenerative disc disease. Orthopedic Technology Review. Nov-Dec 2003;5 (6):36. 86% of 219 subjects reported completed resolution of symptoms and 84% of this group remained pain-free for 3 months.
Onel, D et al.: CT Investigation on Lumbar Herniation. Spine 14:82-90,1989. 30 patients with lumbar herniations. Herniation retraction occurred in 70% and good clinical improvements were seen in over 93%. The authors concluded improved blood flow was the source of healing.
Saal,JA Saal,JS: Nonoperative Treatment of Herniated Lumbar Disc with radiculopathy (leg pain). Spine 14 (4):431-437,1989. 58 subjects, 86% had good-excellent results with inclusive conservative program to include traction and trunk stabilization exercises.
« Alex Macario, MD, de l'école de médecine Standford, CA, USA (77% to 86% reduction in pain.) ».
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