Our Customer Stories
Samantha
Computer worker with neck and arm pain
Age: 53
Condition: Cervical Disc Herniation
First visit: May 2011
History: Recent history of radiating neck and arm pain. Pain started after repetitive work at a computer and repetitive neck motions. Medications and physical therapy had not been effective at improving symptoms. Upon examination patient has axial neck pain and cervical radiculopathy (weakness and numbness). MRI showed cervical disc herniation and nerve impingement.
Outcomes
100%
Pain reduction
72%
Achieved strength gains in Lumbar
182%
Achieved strength gains in Thoracic Rotation
283%
Achieved strength gains in Cervical
Fred
Division I Tennis Player
Age: 16
Condition: Disc Herniation
First visit: February 2002
History: Experienced severe pain on the left side, especially when twisting and serving. Chiropractic, PT, and e-stim did not alleviate symptoms. This was to be the key year for his sports ranking, yet he had pulled out of multiple tournaments and risked having to pull out of the sectionals, which were the key tournament for his ranking and scholarship opportunity. He and family had essentially given up the dream of Division I tennis. Started with SpineZone in combination with ablation.
Outcomes
50%
Pain reduction
68%
Achieved strength gains in Lumbar
160%
Achieved strength gains in Thoracic
Keith
Unsuccessful use of PT and injections
Age: 63
Condition: Kyphosis, Degenerative Disc Disease and Spinal Stenosis
First visit: March 2013
History: In 2002 Keith started experiencing low back pain and associated restricted mobility. Personal trainer pushed too hard and started the pain. Recently diagnosed with degenerative disc disease and spinal stenosis. Tried for six years to relieve pain with injections every three months. No long term benefit from the injections. Posture increasingly forward stooped (kyphosis). Minimally invasive procedure to reduce pain in 2012 that did not relieve pain. X-rays reveal increased kyphosis.
Outcomes
100%
Pain reduction
184%
Achieved strength gains in Lumbar
124%
Achieved strength gains in Thoracic Rotation
125%
Achieved strength gains in Cervical
John
Tennis player, Surgeon
Age: 68
Condition: Spinal Stenosis and Spondylolisthesis
First visit: December 2012
History: Presented with increasing persistent back and leg pain. He was a life-long, avid tennis player who was unable to play any longer without reproduction of pain and therefore was not enjoying it. Symptoms also impacted his ability to other exercise. Imaging shows symptoms of severe spinal stenosis and spondylolisthesis in the lumbar region. Works as a surgeon. Was seen by multiple surgeons and surgery was recommended.
Outcomes
25%
Achieved strength gains in lumbar
25%
Achieved strength gains in Thoracic Rotation
25%
Achieved strength gains in Cervical
Steve
Kayaker, Active Exerciser
Age: 44
Condition: Sciatica
First visit: February 2014
History: Recent history with low back pain. Active kayaker, pain flared up after yoga while working. Increased pain. Diagnosis of sciatica. Changing positions creates sharp pain in his low back and radiating down leg, afraid to move quickly. Symptoms became chronic lasting for 7 months and not improving.
Outcomes
100%
Pain reduction
135%
Achieved strength gains in Lumbar
180%
Achieved strength gains in Thoracic Rotation
142%
Achieved strength gains in Cervical
Charlotte
Student
Age: 14
Condition: Scoliosis
First visit: May 2006
History: Student, identified with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis at age of 7. Charlotte’s curve had progressed without bracing from 25-45 degrees by age of 12. She experienced no pain. She was started on nighttime bracing and SpineZone stretching and strengthening.
Outcomes
90%
Achieved strength gains in Lumbar
90%
Achieved strength gains in Thoracic Rotation
Daniel
Pain keeping him from work
Age: 57
Condition: Pain Post Surgical
First visit: March 2014
History: Recent history of pain in thoracic spine. Patient has neck and mid back pain that makes it awkward to work. Had to sit in a twisted position to gain some relief. Past spine fusion L5-S1 and physical therapy.
Outcomes
100%
Pain reduction
162%
Achieved strength gains in Lumbar
90%
Achieved strength gains in Thoracic Rotation
70%
Achieved strength gains in Cervical