VerteCore Treats Pro Sports Athletes’ Herniated Discs With New Medical Technology Product That Decompresses the Spine, Instantly Relieves Pain and Allows a Natural Healing Process

The VerteCore Lift Offers Spine Surgeons and Sports Medicine Rehabilitation Facilities an Affordable, Easy-to-Use, Mobile Spine Decompression Device That Can End Early-Retirement for Athletes

 

By Paul Leake, VerteCore Technologies Managing Director

New York City, New York – One thing that Peyton Manning, Tony Romo, Tiger Woods, Brett Anderson, Nick Collins, Jermichael Finley, Sean Richardson, Phil Brooks (CM Punk) and Kelechi Osemele all have in common is the fact that they have been sidelined for months or forced into retirement from their professional sports career by herniated discs. The only option that these professional sports athletes have had over the past 50 years was either pain medication, back surgery, which sometimes doesn’t work, or spinal decompression via expensive medical equipment at a spine treatment center.

VerteCore Lift Solves Back Pain and Is Mobile Enough to Enjoy Decompression while Playing Golf

VerteCore Lift Solves Back Pain and Is Mobile Enough to Enjoy Golf

The good news for all sports athletes from intramural sports to professional venues is that now herniated discs can be treated with a new type of FDA Class-One cleared medical technology product called the VerteCore Lift. The “Lift” from VerteCore Technologies offers athletes an affordable ($599), easy-to-use, mobile decompression med-tech product that can be used to offer immediate relief from the pain and suffering caused by pinched nerves and bulging discs. The device can be worn while sitting in a warm tub after a game, at the player’s home while resting, off/on during a normal day’s activities or while playing 18 holes of golf.

Call (601) 807-2148 to learn more, schedule an in-person demo, or watch one of our cool product demonstration videos that shows how the product works: https://vertecorelift.wordpress.com/videos.

The VerteCore Lift stretches out the spine by utilizing thoracic and lumbar belts that are connected together by cylindrical jacks on each side of the body. Similar to jacking up a car, each side can be extended up/down until the patient feels the spine begin to decompress, which will provide immediate relief for many patients suffering with back pain. The VerteCore Lift can be used for 15 to 30 minutes at a time or can be worn intermittently throughout the day as needed during normal daily activities.

Chronic Back Pain when Playing Golf - VerteCore Lift will Make It Possible to Play Again without Pain

Chronic Back Pain when Playing Golf – VerteCore Lift will Make It Possible to Play Again without Pain

The discs in our spine sit between the vertebrae, acting as shock absorbers. Discs are made up of a thick outer ring of cartilage called the annulus, and a gel-like center called the nucleus. A disc is herniated when the spine compresses to the point that the nucleus pushes through the annulus, which puts pressure on spinal nerves and causes back pain.

Herniated discs are sometimes referred to as slipped or ruptured discs. Herniated discs irritate and put pressure on the spinal nerves. Depending on the location of the herniated disc, an athlete may experience different symptoms. A lumbar herniated disc, occurring in the lower back, may cause weakness in one leg, shooting pain, tingling or numbness in the leg or buttock, and even a burning sensation.

If the spine remains compressed, blood and hydrating fluids are not allowed to flow into the disc and the spine cannot repair itself. But with daily use of the VerteCore Lift, the spine is stretched out for 20 to 30 minutes allowing healing blood and hydrating fluids return to the herniated discs allowing the spine to repair itself. Many fitness fans wear it during their daily routine, which allows for maximum circulation.

Many professional sports athletes have discs that weaken over time as a result of repetitive motion and trauma from contact sports like football, basketball, soccer, golf, etc. For example, herniated discs affect a large number of golfers. Many golfers who have had to quit the game will be able to pick up golf again while wearing the VerteCore Lift.

Overall, the outcome of spinal decompression can vary for athletes who put more stress on their bodies than the average person, but approximately 90% of athletes return to sports with the same level of function they had prior to the injury without taking drugs or having back surgery.

VerteCore Technologies is based in Jackson, Mississippi. To learn more about the company’s products please visit http://vertecorelift.com or call (601) 807-2148 to talk to a sales rep. Reporters can call the same number to setup an in-person demonstration or Skype video demonstration.

Everyone who tries on a VerteCore Lift says that they feel instantly taller and are amazed at the relief it provides. Many also enjoy a tingling sensation that goes up and down their spine and all the way down to their legs as their back decompresses. It is a very relaxing feeling that can last up to 12 to 18 hours. It is a much better alternative than surgery or pain medications. Please call us today!

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