IDD Therapy

IDD therapy is a treatment that utilizes a patented intervertebral computer-directed spinal-rehabilitation device.

IDD Therapy
The Accu-Spina System

IDD Therapy stands for Intervertebral Differential Dynamics Therapy. This is a proven non-surgical, non-invasive treatment for the relief of lower back pain and neck pain. It is an innovative approach for the relief of:

• Herniated discs
• Bulging discs
• Degenerative disc disease
• Posterior facet syndrome
• Sciatica
• Acute or chronic neck and back pain

IDD Therapy® was developed by a team of back specialists including neurosurgeons, orthopedists, physiatrists, osteopaths, neurologists, and physical therapists. It is a safe, painless and comfortable treatment. IDD Therapy® with the Accu-SPINA™ has been tested on thousands of patients in the last six years and found to be 86% successful in relieving lower back pain and neck pain symptoms.

The Accu-SPINA is an extremely advanced back pain treatment system that is available for use today. The device is designed to supply non-surgical treatments to help relieve disc pressure by apply forces that mimic certain physical therapy approaches to spinal dysfunction. The Accu-SPINA system is able to deliver highly specific and repeatable regimen of actions that cannot be duplicated by more conventional types of physical therapy.

The Accu-SPINA System uses proprietary IDD Therapy protocols to help solve the patient’s current back pain problems. This fully-integrated cervical-enabled spinal-rehab system is the leader in advanced computer-directed spinal rehabilitation treatment and uses enhanced patient data with the technical precision of computers.

The Accu-SPINA System has the ability to target certain sectors of the lumbar spine for treatment, and is able to distract the intervertebral space by a distance of 5 to 7 millimeters, which greatly reduces the pressure being placed on the disc.

This particular device has a 510(k) FDA clearing as a class II medical device, and is designed to help induce reduction, decompression, and stabilization of the vertebral structures.