A Comprehensive Guide to the DRS Protocol: Treatment and Benefits

April 24, 2019
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Even the most minor of back pain can be a debilitating experience. Trying to live with chronic back pain is a horrible experience. But there is great news… you don’t have to.

Although there are many treatments for chronic back pain, there’s one that stands out. The DRS Protocol. The DRS Protocol is one of the most effective treatments today for the relief of chronic pain. But, just what is DRS? Let’s find out.

What is the DRS Protocol?

The DRS Protocol is a revolutionary, nonsurgical treatment created by Dr. Richard E. Busch, III for the relief of chronic back and neck pain conditions.

DRS stands for Decompression, Reduction, and Stabilization and utilizes spinal decompression combined with multiple therapies customized for each patient’s condition to relieve back and neck pain — even in patients who have tried everything without success.

During the DRS Protocol, the injured discs in the neck or back are gently stretched to relieve pressure which allows water and nutrients to the affected area to rehydrate the discs and aid in recovery. The DRS Protocol is completely non-invasion, pain-free, and a great alternative to neck or back surgery.

Many medical doctors recommend DRS to many of their patients and agree that it is a very safe and effective procedure.

“With the risks and failure rate of surgical procedures, it is recommended for a patient to exhaust conservative treatment options before exposing themselves to surgery,” states Dr. Restieri of the Central Florida Regenerative Medicine. “In most cases, chronic pain conditions can be treated without drugs or surgery using the DRS Protocol.”

Dr. Restieri’s state-of-the-art chiropractic clinic in The Villages® community is one of few nationwide trained in the DRS Protocol and have helped thousands of patients avoid risky surgery and harmful drugs utilizing the DRS Protocol.

The DRS Protocol treats the causes of back pain, not just the symptoms.

Causes of Back Pain

There are many reasons that you may be suffering from chronic back pain.

A lot of the troubles that create back pain comes from poor posture. Having bad posture in any consistent level starts to have dramatic effects on your spine.

Sudden trauma is another common cause of back pain. A car accident, sports injury, or slip and fall can cause injury to the spine. As well as aging and wear and tear.

There may also be problems on the genetic level. Some people have hereditary problems that can contribute to back pain.

The Troubles of Traditional Back Pain Relief

Until recently, there were few treatments for chronic back pain. However, they were ineffective, invasive, or had drastic side effects.

One of these “treatments” is the use of painkillers. Painkillers are not only a temporary solution, but they only mask the pain, not treat it, and can often be addictive.

Other treatments for chronic lower back pain include steroid injections or surgery. However, these treatments often don’t have the success rate of DRS Protocol.

“While we can’t help everyone,” says Restieri, “the DRS has an 89% success rate. Spinal fusions have only a 47% success rate and many surgery patients continue taking pain medications even after 2 years of the surgery.”

Is DRS Best for You?

DRS Protocol is a revolutionary treatment. It’s pain-free and comfortable and many patients find the treatment to be very pleasing, as relief from pain can often be instantaneous.

DRS Protocol can help ease pain from herniated discs, bulging discs, sciatica, spondylosis, degenerative disc disease, facet arthropathy, disc deformities, and many others.

In the end, the only way to be sure if DRS Protocol is right for you is to schedule a consultation to find out if the DRS could help your condition.

A Life Free From Back Pain

No matter which route you take, there are many things to consider when dealing with your chronic back pain. Even if the back pain is not severe, it is not something you should ignore.

So, what is DRS? It’s a lifesaver for many patients and a way to avoid the risks of back surgery and harmful drugs. For more information on the DRS and treatment in The Villages® community, contact Dr. Restieri and the team at Central Florida Regenerative Medicine today.

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1585 Santa Barbara Blvd, Suite A
The Villages, FL 32159

Phone: (352) 430-2121

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