VerteCore Seeks to Hire 1,000 Sales People and Manufacturer Reps to Sell the New $599 Mobile, Spinal Decompression Medical Device to Medical Doctors, Orthopedists and Chiropractors

The Firm Seeks to Hire Twenty Sales Reps in Every State in the United States and Will Then Begin Targeting China, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Brazil, Canada, South Korea and Russia

 

Dallas, Texas – VerteCore Technologies announced plans to begin hiring field sales and manufacturing sales reps to sell its VerteCore Lift product line, which is an FDA, Class One cleared mobile spinal decompression medical device, to Medical Doctors, Orthopedists, Chiropractors and Neurosurgeons that want to avoid performing invasive back surgery and/or prescribing unnecessary addictive opioid pain medications.

Spine Care Center Specialist Helping Patient Relieve Back Pain with a $299 VerteCore Lift

Spine Care Center Specialist Helping Patient Relieve Back Pain with a $299 VerteCore Lift

The VerteCore Lift provides spinal traction that stretches/relieves pressure on Lumbar and Thoracic vertebrae and allows bulging, herniated and ruptured discs to resorb back into their normal position in order to let the body naturally heal itself.

For the medical industry, the VerteCore Lift will be a very cost effective option for medical doctors that cannot afford to purchase $80,000 spinal traction medical equipment or who do not have enough office space to house the large footprint required to install most spine traction units.

The Lift Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is $599 and only requires 18″ x 10″ x 4″ space such as a cabinet to store the device when not in use.

If a Practitioner charged $100 per 20 minute session x 5 sessions per day x 20 business days per month, with a single VerteCore Lift, an M.D. or Chiropractor could add $10,000 per month/$120,000 per year in gross revenue to their medical practice.

At $599, it will only take six patient visits to provide a 100% return-on-investment. It will be a very easy purchase decision to make for all medical personnel.

Or in a different scenario, doctors could implement a three-month lease program, which would allow patients to self-treat their chronic back pain at home and avoid time-consuming doctor’s appointments.

Chiropractor Explaining How a VerteCore Can Help Overweight Patients Relieve Their Back Pain and Get Them Back into an Active Lifestyle

Chiropractor Explaining How a VerteCore Can Help Overweight Patients Relieve Their Back Pain and Get Them Back into an Active Lifestyle

For consumers, the VerteCore Lift will compete directly against gravity inversion tables, which are uncomfortable, allow blood to rush to the head and are sometimes painful to the ankles and knees of tall and/or heavy people. The Lift is easy to put on and can decompress the spine with just a few clicks. It is comfortable, portable and can be worn under/over clothing during normal daily activities.

Since the Lift is an FDA, Class One medical device it can be sold and purchased directly by the consumer and does not require a prescription. This also means that anyone from medical device sales people to approved reseller affiliates can earn a good living by selling the mobile, spinal decompression device to family, friends and business colleagues.

Sales reps, ecommerce sites, bloggers, retailers, resellers and distributors can earn up to a 30% commission on each Lift sold for the lifetime of that account. Selling 100 units per month would allow a sales person to earn more than $200,000 per year.

VerteCore Lift Quota/Sales Commission Schedule
Price Units/Mo. Commission Rev/Month Rev/Year
$599 5 10% $299 $3,594
10 15% $898 $10,782
25 20% $2,995 $35,940
50 25% $7,487 $89,850
100 30% $17,970 $215,640
 

All sales reps are encouraged to purchase their own personal unit. Right now VerteCore’s Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign is selling “Lifts” for only $299, which is a 50% discount or a savings of $300. A sales kit with spec sheets, pricing, technical white papers, sales contracts and marketing strategies will be provided upon approval.

Please visit this link for more information and product demonstration videos:
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/vertecore-lift-back-pain-relief-and-freedom–2/x/1907888#/

Sales candidates should connect with Paul Leake, VerteCore’s CEO, on LinkedIn at:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulleake1 and orders can be placed by calling the firm’s distribution center at (888) 928-LIFT with 30 to 60 day delivery schedules depending on quantities ordered.

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VerteCore “Lift” Indiegogo Campaign Shows Strong Demand During the First Week of Its Fundraising Campaign for Its Comfortable, Convenient, Spinal Decompression Medical Device

 

High Demand for the VerteCore’s Mobile Decompression “Lift” Effectively Positions the Company to Begin Competing With Gravity Inversion Tables Such as Elite Fitness, Ironman Gravity and Teeter Hang Ups

 

Dallas, Texas – VerteCore Technologies reported today that its first week of Indiegogo crowdfunding has raised almost 30% of its fundraising goal. The funds raised on Indiegogo will be used to pay for its first production run that will manufacture enough FDA Class 1-cleared medical devices to fulfill all customer orders beginning June 2016.

VerteCore Lift - Affordable, Comfortable, Mobile Spinal Decompression

VerteCore Lift – Affordable, Comfortable, Mobile Spinal Decompression

In addition, VerteCore will begin negotiations with large retail outlets including Wal-Mart, Costco, Target, Dicks Sporting Goods, Academy Sports and other big box retailers to carry the VerteCore Lift alongside the very popular gravity inversion tables.

When customers have a choice between a large, heavy inversion table that requires assembly versus a lightweight, portable VerteCore “Lift” that is much easier and convenient to use, most will choose a “Lift,” regardless of price, because they are much easier to use and integrate into the customers’ daily lifestyle.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/vertecore-lift-back-pain-relief-and-freedom/x/1907888#/

“Everyone that suffers from chronic back pain has either tried or at least thought about trying a gravity inversion table to help relieve their back pain, including both of our co-founders,” said Paul Leake, VerteCore Technologies’ CEO. “They do help relieve back pain, but the problem is that they also give you headaches from the blood rushing to your head and create a fair amount of ankle and knee pain when hanging upside down. They also take up a lot of time doing nothing but hanging upside down if you use them one or more times per day.”

“This is precisely why we invented the VerteCore ‘Lift.’ Instead of hanging upside down uncomfortably for 20 to 30 minutes, our easy-to-use, dual-support brace utilizes a high-tech, patent-pending ratcheting system that allows customers to stretch out the spine to their precise comfort levels in just minutes and then allows them to continue with their normal daily routine while their back is decompressing,” Leake continued. “Instant relief from back pain and the freedom to move around like normal is a godsend for people with chronic back pain. If you think inversion tables are good, you will agree that our VerteCore Lifts are completely awesome.”

VerteCore Lift Benefits:

  • The Lift will provide immediate back pain relief without hanging upside down
  • Is easy to put on and adjust to the precise amount of decompression needed
  • The Lift is very comfortable to wear
  • Can be worn be worn over or under regular clothes
  • Can be utilized anywhere, anytime during daily activities
  • Allows activities such as jogging to increase circulation during decompression
  • Increasing circulation accelerates the body’s natural ability to heal itself
  • One size fits most tall and heavy people with waist sizes ranging from 22″ up to 52″
  • Includes an option to be fitted with an extension that allows up a 72″ waist size
  • It is small and when folded can be stored in a space that is 18″ long x 10″ wide x 4″ tall
  • The “FDA Class 1-Cleared” device only weighs 4.3 lbs.
  • Comes with a 90-day, 100% satisfaction, money back guarantee

Gravity Inversion Table Shortcomings:

  • Requires hanging upside down uncomfortably for 20-minutes
  • Blood rushes to head when hanging upside down
  • Ankles and knees hurt while hanging upside down
  • Not designed for large/heavy people
  • Danger of tipping over if not setup correctly
  • Very heavy (~50 lbs.) and hard to move from room to room
  • Requires large 7 feet of perimeter space for use
  • Requires large area for storage
  • Requires the assembly of a lot of moving parts that can break
  • Requires two people and one-hour to complete assembly

The VerteCore Lifts are on sale right now via an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for only $299 while quantities last. After the crowdfunding campaign the MSRP will go up to $599, so order one right now to get this limited time 50% discount and save $300 bucks. They come with a 100% satisfaction money back guarantee so there is absolutely no risk to order. They will start shipping the first orders 30-days after the crowdfunding campaign concludes.

Or for customers on a budget, VerteCore has added a down payment option. Customers can make a very affordable $99 down payment that will secure their place in line. As the delivery date nears customers can:

  1. Pay the $290 remaining balance (plus shipping if required), or;
  2. Finance at $99/month

And once you have your Lift and let your friends try it on and they experience what it feels like to decompress their spine, they will want to buy one too. Field sales people will earn a 30% commission for every “Lift” they sell. Call (888) 928-LIFT to learn more.

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Has Your Golf Game or Professional Sports Career Been Sidelined by a Bulging Disc or a Herniated Disc?

 

VerteCore Lift: Affordable, Comfortable, Convenient, Spinal Decompression for Sports Injuries Involving Herniated Discs

 

Click here to learn more about the VerteCore Lift, an Affordable, Mobile Spinal Decompression

VerteCore Lift – Affordable, Mobile Spinal Decompression

 

VerteCore Technologies produces the world’s only affordable, comfortable, convenient mobile spinal decompression unit. The VerteCore “Lift” helps patients seeking relief from lower back pain caused by bulging discs, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, sciatica, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and spinal lumbar stenosis.

The patent-pending, FDA Class 1-cleared medical device is perfect for medical doctors,chiropractors, orthopedists, and neurosurgeons with limited space that want to add extra revenue from spinal decompression to their medical practice.

The Lifts are durable, lightweight devices that can be utilized during office visits or leased to patients who want to decompress their backs during their normal daily routine. Call (888) 928-LIFT for more information!


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Has Your Golf Game or Professional Sports Career Been Sidelined by a Bulging Disc or a Herniated Disc?

 

The VerteCore “Lift” is the Perfect Solution to Avoid Back Surgery or Taking Addictive Pain Medications to Alleviate Professional Sports Herniated Disc Injuries

The VerteCore Lift has been designed to decompress the intervertebral discs, which relieves pressure being placed on the spinal nerve column and allows the body to begin to naturally heal itself without surgery or pain medications. Please call (888) 928-LIFT to learn more about the VerteCore Lift and begin relieving your golf or professional sports herniated disc injuries causing chronic back pain so you can get back on the field as soon as possible!

Right now you can purchase a VerteCore Lift for only $299, a $300 discount off the MSRP of $599.

=> Learn More

Video:
Watch this video to see how easy it is to
spend 20-minutes/day wearing a VerteCore Lift to prevent lower back pain

  • Short Version  1:09 minutes (quick)

Sharon Demonstrating How Easy the VerteCore Lift is to Use

Sharon Demonstrating How Easy the VerteCore Lift is to Use

  • Long Version 5:40 minutes (best)

Reaction from Back Pain Patients Trying on Lift the 1st Time

Back Pain Patients Trying on Lift for the very 1st Time

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The VerteCore Lift is the best alternative to painful back surgery or taking pain medications.

  • How the VerteCore Lift works to relieve back pain

Use a VerteCore Lift to Manage Pain from Bulging Discs, Pinched Nerves, Sciatica or SI Joint Dysfunction

Use a VerteCore Lift to Manage Pain from Bulging/Herniated Discs, Pinched Nerves, Sciatica or SI Joint Dysfunction

  • The VerteCore Lift is Ultra Light “Core-Lift” Technology

Click here to learn more about how VerteCore can help prevent back pain with a “Lift™” mobile decompression back brace.

Click image to learn more about how VerteCore can help prevent back pain with “Lift™” mobile decompression

In laser surgery procedures, lasers are used to hollow out and enlarge the spinal nerve canals to provide more room for the spinal nerves. Instead of invasive surgery, the VerteCore Lift is utilized to decompress the spine, which stretches out the spine and allows the bulging or herniated disc to retreat back into its normal space, thus relieving pressure on spinal nerve columns.

=> Read through testimonials from Medical Doctors

With a VerteCore Lift, Back Pain Patients Will Receive Affordable, Comfortable, Convenient, Mobile Spinal Decompression During Normal Daily Routines

The MSRP purchase price for the consumer version of the VerteCore Lift is $599 and the clinical model lists for $1,199. The Lifts are being sold via an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, which will offer a 50% discount off both models for a limited time. Resellers can earn 20% to 30% commission.

  • A message from VerteCore Technologies’ CEO, Paul Leake

Message from VerteCore Lift's CEO, Paul Leake

Click image for message from VerteCore’s CEO, Paul Leake

  • Learn about the VerteCore Lift and How It Works

Close up Shot of the VerteCore "Lift!" Mobile Decompression Medical Device

Close up shot of the VerteCore “Lift!” which provides affordable, comfortable, mobile spinal decompression

=> Buy a VerteCore Lift Now

Visit these additional resources to learn more about mobile spinal decompression:

About VerteCore Technologies
VerteCore Technologies (http://vertecore.com) produces the world’s only affordable, comfortable, mobile spinal decompression unit. The VerteCore “Lift” helps patients seek relief from lower back pain caused by bulging discs, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, sciatica, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and spinal stenosis. The patent-pending, FDA Class 1-cleared medical device is perfect formedical doctors, chiropractors, orthopedists, and neurosurgeonswith limited space that want to add extra revenue to their medical practice. The Lifts are durable, lightweight devices that can be utilized during office visits or leased to patients who want to decompress their backs during their normal daily routine.  Please call (888) 928-LIFT to learn more about the VerteCore Lift and begin relieving chronic back pain as soon as possible!

Back Pain to Receive an Indiegogo “Lift” via Crowdfunding Campaign That Soon Will Provide Chronic Low Back Pain Sufferers With Affordable, Comfortable High-Tech Spinal Decompression

VerteCore Lift Is Seeking to Raise $65,000 to Pay for Its First Production Run of Approximately 100 Units That Will Be Sold to Medical Doctors, Chiropractors, Orthopedists, Neurosurgeons and Back Pain Patients

 

Houston, Texas – VerteCore Technologies announced that it will be launching a $65,000 Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign on April 7th to bring a new high-tech, spinal decompression medical device to a global market of patients that suffer from chronic lower back pain caused by compressed spinal intervertebral discs that rupture and put painful pressure on spinal nerve roots.

The new patent-pending VerteCore Lift has been evaluated and peer-reviewed by a wide range of medical doctors that see the Class 1, FDA-cleared medical device as a tremendous step forward in providing a more effective solution at treating many different forms of low back pain including degenerative disc disease, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, sciatica, spinal lumbar stenosis, functional scoliosis, bulging and herniated discs.

As the name implies, the Lift effectively stretches or decompresses the spine and allows the ruptured annulus fibrosus of intervertebral discs to go through a process known as “resorption,” which means when pressure is relieved, it allows the ruptured disc’s nucleus pulposus to retreat back inside the annulus fibrosus thus decreasing pressure on spinal nerve roots which cause low back pain.

Unlike other large medical decompression equipment that costs up to $125,000 each and requires patients to make numerous expensive and time-consuming doctor visits, the VerteCore Lift only costs $599 to $1,199. And it is a much more convenient and cost effective solution than undergoing painful, expensive and sometimes unsuccessful spinal fusion surgeries that fail to eliminate back pain.

The VerteCore Lift is a compact, lightweight device that can be used to treat back pain conveniently, while on-the-go during a patient’s normal daily routine. Since it already has a Class 1, FDA clearance it can be sold directly to back pain patients without a medical prescription for only $599.

On a larger scale, medical doctors, chiropractors, orthopedists, and neurosurgeons can also purchase the clinical VerteCore Lift for an investment of only $1,199. Usage of this innovative new device will enhance the Doctors scope of treatments offered to patients, especially those seeking to explore non-surgical options. Doctors may charge for a 20-30 minute session using the Lift, or they can be leased to patients so that they take a Lift home and use it during their normal daily activities.

The goal of the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign is sell 100 to 1,000 VerteCore Lifts to doctors, hospitals, and chronic back pain patients in order to let people experience what truly mobile spinal decompression feels like for the first time. All units come with 100% money-back guarantee if the recipient is not genuinely impressed with the Lift’s ability to reduce their lower back pain. Judging from customer testimonials to date, everyone that tries a VerteCore Lift on wants to buy one regardless of cost.

The first 500 hundred units that are sold during the crowdfunding campaign will receive an early bird 40% discount. Visit https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/vertecore-lift-back-pain-relief-and-freedom/x/1907888#/ to see pictures, videos or to make an early bird reservation to receive the 40% discount via email.

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VerteCore Lift: Affordable, Comfortable, Convenient, Spinal Decompression for Bulging and Herniated Discs

Do You Have Constant Lower Back Pain
Caused by a Bulging Disc or a Herniated Disc?

 

Click here to learn more about the VerteCore Lift, an Affordable, Mobile Spinal Decompression

VerteCore Lift – Affordable, Mobile Spinal Decompression

VerteCore Technologies produces the world’s only affordable, comfortable, convenient mobile spinal decompression unit. The VerteCore “Lift” helps patients seeking relief from lower back pain caused by bulging discs, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, sciatica, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and spinal lumbar stenosis. The patent-pending, FDA Class 1-cleared medical device is perfect for medical doctors, chiropractors, orthopedists, and neurosurgeons with limited space that want to add extra revenue from spinal decompression to their medical practice. The Lifts are durable, lightweight devices that can be utilized during office visits or leased to patients who want to decompress their backs during their normal daily routine. Call (888) 928-LIFT for more information!


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Do You Have Constant Lower Back Pain
Caused by a Bulging Disc or a Herniated Disc?

The VerteCore “Lift” is the Perfect Solution to
Avoid Back Surgery and Taking Addictive Pain Medications 

The VerteCore Lift has been designed to decompress the intervertebral discs, which relieves pressure being placed on the spinal nerve column and allows the body to begin to naturally heal itself without surgery or pain medications. Please call (888) 928-LIFT to learn more about the VerteCore Lift and begin relieving your chronic back pain as soon as possible!

Right now you can purchase a VerteCore Lift for only $299, a $300 discount off the MSRP of $599.

=> Learn More

Video:
Watch this video to see how easy it is to
spend 20-minutes/day wearing a VerteCore Lift to prevent lower back pain

  • Short Version  1:09 minutes (quick)
Sharon Demonstrating How Easy the VerteCore Lift is to Use

Sharon Demonstrating How Easy the VerteCore Lift is to Use

  • Long Version 5:40 minutes (best)
Reaction from Back Pain Patients Trying on Lift the 1st Time

Back Pain Patients Trying on Lift for the very 1st Time

=> Watch these product demo videos now

The VerteCore Lift is the best alternative to painful back surgery or taking pain medications.

  • How the VerteCore Lift works to relieve back pain
Use a VerteCore Lift to Manage Pain from Bulging Discs, Pinched Nerves, Sciatica or SI Joint Dysfunction

Use a VerteCore Lift to Manage Pain from Bulging/Herniated Discs, Pinched Nerves, Sciatica or SI Joint Dysfunction

  • The VerteCore Lift is Ultra Light “Core-Lift” Technology
Click here to learn more about how VerteCore can help prevent back pain with a “Lift™” mobile decompression back brace.

Click image to learn more about how VerteCore can help prevent back pain with “Lift™” mobile decompression

In laser surgery procedures, lasers are used to hollow out and enlarge the spinal nerve canals to provide more room for the spinal nerves. Instead of invasive surgery, the VerteCore Lift is utilized to decompress the spine, which stretches out the spine and allows the bulging or herniated disc to retreat back into its normal space, thus relieving pressure on spinal nerve columns.

=> Read through testimonials from Medical Doctors

With a VerteCore Lift, Back Pain Patients Will Receive Affordable, Comfortable, Convenient, Mobile Spinal Decompression During Normal Daily Routines

The MSRP purchase price for the consumer version of the VerteCore Lift is $599 and the clinical model lists for $1,199. The Lifts are being sold via an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, which will offer a 50% discount off both models for a limited time. Resellers can earn 20% to 30% commission.

  • A message from VerteCore Technologies’ CEO, Paul Leake
Message from VerteCore Lift's CEO, Paul Leake

Click image for message from VerteCore’s CEO, Paul Leake

  • Learn about the VerteCore Lift and How It Works
Close up Shot of the VerteCore "Lift!" Mobile Decompression Medical Device

Close up shot of the VerteCore “Lift!” which provides affordable, comfortable, mobile spinal decompression

=> Buy a VerteCore Lift Now

Visit these additional resources to learn more about mobile spinal decompression:

About VerteCore Technologies
VerteCore Technologies (http://vertecore.com) produces the world’s only affordable, comfortable, mobile spinal decompression unit. The VerteCore “Lift” helps patients seek relief from lower back pain caused by bulging discs, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, sciatica, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and spinal stenosis. The patent-pending, FDA Class 1-cleared medical device is perfect for medical doctors, chiropractors, orthopedists, and neurosurgeons with limited space that want to add extra revenue to their medical practice. The Lifts are durable, lightweight devices that can be utilized during office visits or leased to patients who want to decompress their backs during their normal daily routine.  Please call (888) 928-LIFT to learn more about the VerteCore Lift and begin relieving chronic back pain as soon as possible!

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FAQ Sheet

VerteCore Lift: Frequently Asked Questions

 

1.  How does this device actually decompress the spine?

The device utilizes two compression braces, that when adjusted to fit snug, conform to the upper thoracic cage (chest) and the top of the ilium (hip). There are two, telescoping tractioning stems that the user activates by ratcheting the charging handles to separate the belts, thereby initiating decompression. The user simply adjusts to the desired level of therapeutic decompression appropriate for them.

2.  How much of the spine does this device actually decompress?

Anatomically, every body is different. On most people decompression occurs from T5  to S1.

Spinal Cord Vertrbra Chart

Spinal Cord Vertebrae Chart

3.  Is there any medical risk to decompressing your spine and moving around or actually bending over or twisting?

Moving is recommended, but not necessary. Light activity while decompressing can help facilitate diffusion of oxygen and nutrients into the intervertebral disc to promote healing. We recommend letting your muscles and ligaments become acclimated to the decompression therapy before trying any bending or twisting postures. If you suffer from a bulging or herniated disc, slight back-extension/backward bending may add to the therapeutic affects by encouraging the disc material to translate in an anteromedial direction. Most disc herniations are posterolateral (left or right posterior).

If you suffer from lumbar stenosis, slight flexion/forward bending may be more therapeutic in accompanying decompression, as flexion creates more space within the intervertebral foramina.

4.  What happens if the device becomes stuck while in decompression?

Simply unstrap the Velcro belts and the device will come off. 

5.  If I crank the device on only one side or more on one side will it cause damage to my spine, etc?

No, it will not damage your spine. However, you may not become fully decompressed. In certain cases, such as in scoliosis, your care provider may instruct you to raise the device higher on the concave side. If this is the case, your practitioner will give you proper use instructions.

6.  Will using this device actually make my back or spine more prone to injury?

Not if used as directed. 20-30 minutes one-two times per day, for approximately 6 weeks to start, and then once or twice a week for 15-20 minutes for maintenance. Your practitioner may also advise you on proper exercise techniques for your paravertebral and abdominal tone.

7.  Will using this device affect the muscles in my back or spine area in a negative way?

Again, not if used for only 20-30 minute periods at a time as we recommend. This device is not designed to be worn all day, so you will not develop muscly atrophy from lack of use.

8.  If this device promotes the relief of pain how do you know it actually promotes healing of disks, etc?

As negative (inverse) pressure is created within the intervertebral disc, the influx of much needed nutrients will enter through gradient diffusion while also allowing metabolic waste to be removed. This also allows for the intervertebral disc material, or nucleus polpusus, to be resorbed and for the annulus fibrosis to heal. Additionally, there are well-documented studies which verify both the efficacy of decompression and the accompanied healing.

9.  If you have different sizes of this device will you have different styles?  Can it be personalized?

The Lift comes in 3 sizes in both our male and female versions, but due to its’ adjustable nature, our premiere standard model fits most. Accessory kits and color options will be available in the near future. We do not customize any of our medical devices. Any alterations to the device may negate manufacturer’s warranty.

10. What is the maximum threshold of activity recommended while wearing the device?

We recommend letting your muscles, ligaments, joints, fascia and associated connective tissue acclimate to the decompressed state before engaging in activity. Once you are comfortable and have acclimated to a decompressed state light activity such as walking is encouraged. It is recommended to consult with your physician before engaging in any new therapy or exercise regimen though.

11. Would the device be classified as in the same category of a back brace?

Yes, but unlike any back brace you’ve ever experienced! That’s because, even though the VerteCore Lift is a Truncal Orthosis (back brace) it is also a Orthopedic Traction Apparatus. Meaning that it can apply a therapeutic pulling force (traction) to the skeletal system. The unique design features of the Lift allows users enjoy both the benefits of great support and the awesome benefits of decompression. 

12.  If worn daily, would you become dependent on this device?

Other than perhaps psychological dependency (after all, everyone loves being pain free!), there is no risk of becoming physiologically dependent or addicted. The Lift promotes healing, not dependency.

13.  Can you actually get to a point where you no longer need it to relieve pain?

Yes, depending on your condition, it is very possible to heal and remain pain free without needing external intervention. In most cases a disc herniation can heal if given the proper bio-mechanical positioning, which is what one aspect the Lift facilitates. Maintenance usage once or twice a week is recommended as it may prove beneficial to combat the effects of gravity on the intervertebral discs and help the discs stay properly hydrated, but is not required once healing has occurred.

14.  How long should a patient wear the device and is there a period of time that is too long? 

Our recommendation is 20-30 minutes once or twice daily for approximately the first six weeks. After that, usage can be tapered off, until you are using the device one or two times weekly for 15-20 minutes.

15.  What should a patient with severe back pain expect from the initial treatment or session wearing the device?

Initially, you may experience ligament or fascia creep along with elongation of the paravertebral musculature. If your zygapophyseal, or facet joints, were in a flexed position or stuck closed, you may feel an adjustment as the joint is corrected and synovial fluid can flow properly. You will want to take it slow for the first few uses, to give your tissue time to elongate and relax. If you have an unleveled sacral base, you may feel your pelvis or sacroiliac joint align as your posture is corrected. 

16.  How do you intend to reach your perspective clientele in each state and country?

The range and number of people who can benefit from using a VerteCore Lift is staggering. As Chronic Back Pain has become a global epidemic, we have our work cut out for us. We are networking with distributors world wide and forming new quality business relationships to facilitate providing the best customer care possible. If you are interested in becoming a VerteCore approved distributor, please contact us at (888) 928-LIFT or through our website www.vertecorelift.com

17.  Are there any types of back injuries or trauma that this device does not or should not be used to treat?

 Ankylosing spondylitis is an absolute contra-indication, as is cancer/tumors of the spine, spinal cord damage, fractures, or infections (osteomyelitis, encephalitis, meningitis), fusion patients, those with recent trauma or operations. There are addition contra-indications listed below and in our User Manual, but as with any health related device, please consult with your Medical Advisor prior to use.

18. What are the risks of using spinal decompression?

There are no long term risks of spinal traction. Some side-effects may occur during or after treatment. Some may experience muscle spasms after traction. Some may have pain after treatment, although this is not common. Any discomfort should subside within a day or two and should absolve completely after your body has adjusted to the treatment.

19. What steps should be taken to prepare before undergoing a spinal decompression session?

Before undergoing spinal traction/decompression, speak to your doctor to create a total management plan. Decompression may enhance other therapies that your doctor may recommend  for you such as physical therapy, massage therapy, osteopathic manipulation, chiropractic adjustment, acupuncture, or yoga/pilate’s, etc.

I.  Therapeutic Effects of Mechanical Traction

  • Joint distration
  • Soft Tissue Stretching
  • Reduction of disc protrusion/resorption
  • Improves spinal alignment
  • Combats the effects of gravity
  • Provides Pain Relief
  • Decompresses the Vertebral Joints
  • Sacral Base Alignment
  • Allows for the influx of nutrients and oxygen while allowing for the elimination of metabolic waste

II. Indications for Mechanical Traction

  • Nerve Impingement, herniated or protruding disc, sciatica
  • Subacute joint inflammation
  • Stable Spondylolisthesis
  • Joint hypomobility
  • Paraspinal muscle hypertonicity
  • Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD); osteophytes
  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
  • Facet disease
  • Foraminal Stenosis

III.  Contraindications for Spinal Traction:

  • Acute Strains/Sparains
  • Inflammation
  • Severe Respiratory Problems
  • Osteoporosis or Osteopenia
  • Infection
  • Tumor/Neoplasms/Metastasis of the spine, spinal cord, or thoracic region
  • Pregnancy
  • Cardiovascular Disease or Severe Circulatory problems
  • Hernia
  • Cauda Equina Syndrome
  • Pott’s Disease and other inflammatory diseases of the vertebrae
  • Post-Operative or within 3 months of back surgery
  • Vertebral Fracture or within 6 months of initial injury
  • Spine Instability or Hypermobility
  • Arthritic Spinal Joints with Ankylosis/ Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Severe Dicogenic Spondylosis
  • Osteomyelitis in the area that will be receiving decompression
  • Infection in the area that will be receiving decompression
  • Joint replacement in the area that will e receiving decompression
  • Spinal Fusion and/or Hardware present (screws, rods, bolts)
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

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VerteCore Lift™ Offers Chiropractors a Peer-Reviewed Spine Decompression Medical Device They Can Prescribe to Treat Herniated Discs, Degenerative Disc Disease, Scoliosis, Sciatica and Back Pain

Read the three customer testimonials from doctors that detail their own personal battle with chronic back pain and how the affordable, easy-to use “Lift™” made a big difference in returning to a normal life

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Los Angeles, California – VerteCore Technologies announced a new program for Chiropractors that will allow them to lease affordable, mobile spinal decompression units that will augment scheduled chiropractic adjustment procedures. The VerteCore Lift™ can be used in a clinical setting that allows Chiropractors to offer spinal decompression in a very compact office setting that was not previously available with the large spinal decompression tables that cost $125,000 or more to install and required a very large footprint.

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VerteCore Lift – Affordable, Mobile Spinal Decompression for Active Adults

The clinical version of the Lift sells for only $1,199, which makes it the most affordable spinal decompression medical technology product on the orthopedic marketplace, and multiple units can be stored in a single small cabinet.

Chiropractors can prescribe the VerteCore Lift as in-office treatment or offer it as an at-home-use solution that back pain patients can wear 20-to-30 minutes per visit/day to allow the spine to be stretched out, which allows blood, nutrients and the body’s natural healing processes to flow through the spine uninhibited to help the body repair itself by rehydrating and resorption of the herniated discs, which relieves the pressure on pinched nerves that cause most types of back-pain-related disorders.

During the VerteCore Lift’s med-tech’s product development process a number of medical doctors and pain management specialists have peer-reviewed the compact spinal decompression device and provided not only positive customer testimonials, but have made personal investments in the company in order to introduce the VerteCore “Lift” to the $57 billion Orthopedic medical device marketplace.

VerteCore Lift, Affordable, Comfortable, Mobile Spinal Decompression

VerteCore Lift, Affordable, Comfortable, Mobile Spinal Decompression

The following medical professionals have had a variety of back pain related medical problems and recently had a chance to personally try on and evaluate the VerteCore Lift. All were skeptical about trying out another new promising back pain relief medical device based on their trials and tribulations with other devices such as inversion tables that did not work, gave them headaches from too much blood rushing to their head and ended up causing more pain in their ankles and knees than the relief it provided for their back pain.

But after years of spending thousands of dollars on doctor visits, MRI’s, long-term physical therapy sessions, cortisone shots, pain medications, and back surgeries, all of these medical professionals were just like a wide cross-section of the American population that were willing to try anything to get rid of their chronic back pain. And when they did they were surprised at how well the “Lift” performed.

Dr. Mark J. Mulvihill, Ph.D., Vice-Pres., X-Rx, Cambridge, MA

“I woke up on Christmas Day six years ago and my leg hurt extremely bad and I thought maybe I had pulled a hamstring. After several doctor visits and an MRI exam I was diagnosed with Sciatica, which was being caused by a herniated L5 S1 disc.

For five years I went through extensive physical therapy, cortisone shots, and many types of pain medications, which caused problems with my digestive tract and gave me pretty bad heartburn.

I have tried many back pain devices that are advertised on TV, but the only one that gave me any type of relief was an inversion table where you hang upside down and let gravity stretch the spine with the body’s weight. While it gave me temporary back pain relief, I am tall and weigh around 200 pounds. Putting that much pressure on my knees and ankles hurt and negated the effects of my back pain relief. It also gave me headaches because of the blood that rushed to my head while hanging upside down.

Before all of this started I was a competitive golfer and the back pain basically forced me into early retirement. I longed to play the game, but I simply could not because I could not rotate my back at all without excessive pain.

By nature and due to my medical education I am very skeptical when it comes to trying out new back pain devices, but a friend of a friend introduced me to Paul Leake. We agreed to meet during a business trip, which was actually good because travel usually is an excruciatingly painful experience for people with back pain.

Paul Leake, VerteCore Technologies, Managing Director

Paul Leake, Managing Director, VerteCore Technologies

We met and after wearing the VerteCore Lift for 20 minutes my back pain was completely gone. For the first time in years, I could actually sit up easily from a laying down position. It was incredible. I felt so good the next day that instead of sitting on the sidelines as usual, I spent a full day sliding around slippery slides at the local water park with my family. It was an awesome feeling.

A good friend of mine, Dr. David Curtis, also suffers from back pain associated with degenerative disc disease, which left him with six herniated discs. One day we played 36 holes of golf and both of our backs were sore so I mentioned that I had the VerteCore Lift with me. We took turns wearing the Lift for 20 minutes each and the pain relief was immediate.

It worked so well that David wanted to purchase a Lift and was disappointed that my device was a demo unit and that they would not be available until an upcoming Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign that will be launched sometime in April 2016.

If you have any type of back pain caused by herniated discs and pinched nerves, I highly recommend that you try a VerteCore Lift. It is simple, cost-effective and very easy to put on and wear during a 20-minute doctor visit or buying your own Lift so that you can wear it during your normal daily routine.

 

Dr. David Curtis, Ph.D., Psychologist, based in Long Island, New York

“My story is similar to Mark’s. I was diagnosed two years ago with degenerative disc disease and by the time I had my first MRI, the exam showed that I had six herniated discs.

Like Mark, my back pain made it tough to play golf. So when he called and asked me if I wanted to play a round of golf I wanted to say no, but he said that he had a new med-tech device that would decompress the spine and help reduce my back pain. When I tried it on, much to my surprise it did and I felt the decompression effects for the whole day. And I only wore it for 20 minutes.

What surprised me is how simple the device was to operate and how much better I felt. I would highly recommend a ‘Lift’ to anyone with back pain. Simple back pain relief is a good thing for everyone.”

Dr. Richard F. Mestayer, Medical Doctor/Psychiatrist, Springfield, Louisiana

“The VerteCore Lift was introduced to me through a good friend, Stanley Cooper. He told me some very positive things about the med-tech spine decompression device and I became very interested in the product due to my own person experience with chronic back pain.

Unfortunately for me, I have had back surgery twice with the final one being a “Fusion.” So instead, I had several patients try it on at my office and it was very clear from their facial expressions that it was doing a good job at melting away their pain.

As an MD, I think that the VerteCore Lift would have been very helpful to me during the years prior to my surgery. The VerteCore Lift is not designed to help patients with fusions, but I wish that it had been available when I began having my back pain. I feel confident that if I had healed better from my earlier minor back injuries that I probably could have completely avoided undergoing back surgery altogether.

I would definitely recommend that all future patients try a VerteCore Lift before contemplating irreversible back surgery. You will be glad you did.”

If you would like to pre-order single units or purchase volume quantities before the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign begins, please fill out the contact form at http://vertecore.com or call Paul Leake direct at (601) 807-2148.

The company is currently recruiting sales people, resellers, distributors, and manufacturing representatives. The Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign is going to offer a 40% discount (save $240) on both the clinical and consumer models on the first 500 units to be pre-sold. About 200 orders have already been placed.

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Read the three customer testimonials from doctors that detail their own personal battle with chronic back pain and how the affordable, easy-to use “Lift™” made a big difference in returning to a normal life

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Los Angeles, California – VerteCore Technologies announced a new program for Chiropractors that will allow them to lease affordable, mobile spinal decompression units that will augment scheduled chiropractic adjustment procedures. The VerteCore Lift™ can be used in a clinical setting that allows Chiropractors to offer spinal decompression in a very compact office setting that was not previously available with the large spinal decompression tables that cost $125,000 or more to install and required a very large footprint.

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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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VerteCore Technologies Unveils Affordable Back Pain Relief “VerteCore Lift™” to Provide Instant Spinal Decompression to Tap the $57 Billion Orthopedic Medical Device Marketplace

 

The FDA Class 1 Approved Medical Device Provides Instant Back Pain Relief to Patients that Suffer from Pinched Nerves, Herniated Discs, Bulging Discs, Degenerative Disc Disease and Sciatica

 

Jackson, Mississippi – Searching for a cost-effective and convenient way to reduce back pain caused by pinched nerves, herniated discs, bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, SI Joint Dysfunction, functional Scoliosis or Sciatica? The new VerteCore Lift™, an FDA, Class 1 medical device, is patent-pending, mobile spinal decompression technology that stretches out the lumbar and thoracic vertebrae and provides instant relief for debilitating back pain by decreasing the pressure on pinched nerves and herniated discs. It is the perfect product for patients that want to avoid having back surgery or taking harmful painkillers, such as opiates.

Paul Leake, Co-Founder of the VerteCore Lift

Paul Leake, Co-Founder of the VerteCore Lift

The VerteCore Lift is not only more affordable than other types of spinal decompression devices, but it is much easier to use. It does not require frequent, expensive, time consuming trips to the doctors office and can be utilized while people are on the go during their normal daily routine, thus allowing convenient healing, 24×7.

VerteCore Lift has two adjustable support belts. A thoracic belt wraps around the top of the chest and under each arm. The lower lumbar belt wraps around the upper hips. On each side there are decompression rails that extend by ratcheting up and down, very similar to the way a car jack works. The patient simply extends each side until they achieve the desired relief and comfort level. Once in place, patients can enjoy lite exercise or go about their normal daytime routines.

The VerteCore Lift’s MSRP will be priced at $599 for consumer models and $1,199 for clinician lines.

Early Bird Discounts 30% to 50% off the retail price will be offered via the firm’s upcoming Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, which will be launched in late March or early April 2016. If you would like to be in the first wave of customers to be notified when the crowdfunding campaign goes live, please sign up at https://vertecorelift.wordpress.com/contact-us/.

Big box retailers, resellers, distributors and manufacturer representatives will be offered special sales packages to support large volume licensing/sales agreements for medical device retailers, sport rehabilitation clinics, chiropractors, Orthopedic Surgeons and/or Neurosurgeons. Please contact Paul Leake to discuss all sales/business development opportunities at (601) 807-2148.

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