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IDD therapy

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,321
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:20 AM in Alternative Treatments
Anyone tried IDD (intervertebral differential dynamics) therapy? After trying injections for a bulging disk at L5, I saw a guy today who recommends this. Emory is near the end of clinical trials on it. Quite expensive since insurance doesn't cover it, so I definitely want to do more checking around before deciding. Anyone out there tried it?


  • Am currently undergoing IDD Therapy. I've had 43 treatments thus far with little to no results. I am still hopeful that something positive may happen. I have 3 bulging discs, so maybe it will not work for me. I'm trying to avoid surgery & I'm sure you are too. I can't advise you, but wish I had discovered this therapy before my back got as bad as it did. Anything's worth a try. Let me know if you decide on this treatment if it works for you. Good luck!
  • Yes, I have had IDD therapy and it worked wonders and I have 4 herniated lumbar discs. I had 12 sessions and insurance covered all of it, I expect I will have to have a couple of maintance sessions every couple years, but that beats going under the knife.
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