Spinal Decompression
The ICSC 2.0 device, which is used in patients with low back and neck hernia, is a non-surgical treatment method with a success rate of up to 93% in patients who are recommended to have surgery or who have not recovered after surgery.
Scientific studies in the background of the decompression system began precisely with space programs. In NASA space explorations, it has been determined that the pressure applied to the spines of astronauts in non-gravity environments decreases, the disc spaces widen, and the lower back pain decreases. ICSC 2.0 was developed in the light of this experience to treat many patients suffering from low back and neck hernia pain without the need for surgery.
ICSC 2.0 true spinal decompression device in the treatment of cervical hernia and degenerative disc disease; It has CE quality certificates and is a system approved by the FDA. The device is used in 12 different countries around the world, especially in America.

EFFECT MECHANISM:

In the ICSC 2.0 system, the intra-disc pressure can be reduced to – 150 millibars. In other drawing methods, the intra-disc pressure can only be reduced to + 30 millibars.
The feeding of the disc is due to changes in pressure inside it. Negative pressure allows the discs to be fed again, just as the weight of a sponge is lifted and its pores are filled.
Decreased intra-disc pressure; creates a vacuum effect. With the effect of vacuum, the herniated disc material is pulled back and thus the pressure on the nerves is reduced or completely removed.

Frequently asked Questions

Decreased intra-disc pressure; creates a vacuum effect. With the effect of vacuum, the herniated disc material is pulled back and thus the pressure on the nerves is reduced or completely removed.

This device is a state-of-the-art technology and acts directly on the herniated disc, eliminating the pressure and thus curing the disease.

The ICSC 2.0 device, which is used in patients with WAIST and NECK HERNIA, is a non-SURGERY treatment method with a high success rate in patients who are recommended to have surgery or who have not recovered after surgery.
The success rate is 74% right after the treatment. After 3 months of treatment, the success rate reaches 90%.
Recurrence can be seen in 2% of patients.
Spinal fractures, severe bone resorption, sequestered (parts falling into the spinal canal) disc, pregnant women, patients with spondylolisthesis cannot be treated.
ICSC 2.0 treatment lasts for a total of 20 sessions, 5 sessions a week for the first 2 weeks, 3 sessions for the 3rd and 4th weeks, and 2 sessions a week for the last two weeks.
Although relief may begin in the first 3 sessions, 50% improvement is expected at the end of 2 weeks, sometimes improvement can be seen in further sensitivities. Compliance with the treatment protocol increases success.
• WAIST HERNIA
• NECK HERNIA
• DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASES
• SCIATIC
• SPINE CANAL STRICTURE
• PAIN RELATED TO FAILLED LACK SURGERY OLD OVER 6 MONTHS
• SCOLIOSIS
• KEEPING DUE TO MUSCLE SPASMI
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