Vertical Air Pressure technology for treating back pain

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Vertical Air Pressure technology ( VAP)

In this week’s blog, we focus on a unique technology that makes our products one of the most effective products in the world for treating back pain.

Vertical Air Pressure technology ( VAP) is a unique technology which delivers high air pressure only vertically, therefore protecting lumbar vertebrate against gravity. This unique and patented Technology sets our products apart from all other ambulatory supports. This creates traction as the brace is inflated. This action increases the intervertebral disc space, decreases axial loading, and the pressure applied on the nerve root is relieved. Pain is reduced while assisting active rehabilitation

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Vertically expandable air pressure can give traction power ( around 50 kg) that can lift the upper body of a mature adult.

The VAP technology enables traction among vertebrate even with such pressure as low as 15 PSI. The powerful pneumatic pillars raise the back, producing intervertebral spaces of an average of 3mm sufficient enough to maintain herniated vertebral spaces. The product is inflated to produce traction in the vertebral column and thus ease lumbago, effectively treating herniated intervertebral discs and degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis. This help to get over lower back pain  without any surgical operation. If the operation in inevitable it cannot be helped. But it is recommended that back pain patients give Disk Dr.WG 30Disk Dr.WG 50 a try to overcome lumbago before opting for an operation. Disk Dr.WG 30 offers a comfortable feel of wear which ensures unrestricted freedom of activities as well as long time use. The users can enjoy comfortable wear in daily life, going to work, doing house work, going on travel, engaging in sports or enjoying hobbies.

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