VerteCore Customer Testimonials
“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.
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.”
John Petermann, Auto Manufacturing, Natchez, Mississippi
“I’ve worked on a major automotive manufacturing line for many years where there simply aren’t any options available to treat factory workers’ back pain while on the job except for pain medication. I’ve had chronic back pain from a slipped disc for more than 11 years, but overtime I’ve learned how to deal with it by leaning or standing just right to ease the back pain, but sometimes it gets so overwhelming or downright crippling that there are days when I wish I didn’t have to go to work.
I also used to enjoy hunting, fishing, kayaking and camping, but it got to the point where I became a prisoner of back pain. It was sad because I lacked the confidence to try to do anything that required physical labor because I knew that I wouldn’t be able to tolerate the pain.”
“Then I read a trade publication article about the new VerteCore Lift. Over the years, I had spent thousands of dollars on doctor visits, MRIs, and every back pain gadget that I could find, but nothing seemed to do the trick except for the large spinal decompression machines at the spine treatment medical centers. The doctor visits were expensive, time consuming and not convenient when I was working 12-hour shifts, seven days a week.”
“The first time I tried on the VerteCore Lift, I liked the fact that I could put the device on by myself and with just four clicks on each side of the brace suddenly my back pain was gone. Not only did I feel tingling relief up and down my spine, but also all the way down both of my legs. It was completely awesome.
And the cool thing is that I could use it anywhere, anytime that I was having back pain. It literally gave me my freedom back and provided me with a huge boost in confidence that I could indeed enjoy my life again. I would highly recommend that anyone with chronic back pain try out a VerteCore Lift to see how quickly it can relieve their chronic back pain.”
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