Your spine is a marvelously complex and capable structure -- but when things go wrong with it, the pain and dysfunction you experience can prove equally impressive for all the wrong reasons. Many of these painful issues stem from compression of sensitive nerve tissue and/or problems with the spinal joints. Lower back pain is one of the most common forms of chronic pain among adults. Many people suffer from back pain - in fact, many are experiencing pain in their lower back at any given time. This type of pain can manifest also as back or neck pain itself as well as associated pain in the arms and legs.

The spinal decompression treatment has been found to provide relief of pain and symptoms associated with herniated discs, bulging or protruding intervertebral discs, degenerative disc disease, posterior facet syndrome, and sciatica. Go Flex™ multifunctional decompression simulator may help you to relieve the pain, using a form of traction called spinal decompression therapy. 

We created the Go Flex™ multifunctional decompression simulator to assist healthcare providers in their effort to treat not only low (lumbar) back pain, but also hands and joints pain. Our Go Flex™ team members are medical professionals, rehabilitations specialists, design engineers. We created the first Go Flex prototype 7 years ago and successfully tested it in different countries. Hundreds of happy clients are the best evidence of Go Flex™ system value. Doctors loved it...and began to request special modifications and an ever expanding array of new configurations and options. We also paid special attention to the overal design and estetics and included innovative multifunctionality for hands and legs treatments. The mass production started in August 2021.

How it works?

Go Flex™ works as decompression traction table. It's especially designed to gently apply low decompressive forces to avoid unwanted cartilage and joint traumas. Go Flex™ is a simple and affordable electric treatment table with a flat top and enclosed base design. The treatment on the Go Flex™ simulator leads to the restoration of the joint, increase in muscle tone, restoration of the cartilage, strengthening of ligaments and tendons. Go Flex™ simulator works by means of gentle stretching the spine, changing the strength and position of the spine. This change relieves pressure from the intervertebral discs, which are gel-like pillows between the bones of the spine, by exerting negative pressure on the disc. As a result, bulges of the discs or intervertebral disc hernias can be retracted, relieving stress from the nerves and other structures of the spine. This, in turn, promotes the movement of water, oxygen and nutrients into the discs so that they can recover.

The advantages of the Go Flex™

  • Simple to manage and use
  • Secure to avoud trauma
  • High quality
  • Affordable price

 Go Flex™ treatment protocol

You are fully dressed during decompression therapy. The doctor will put special straps on you around your pelvis, or around your torso or shoulders. You lie face up on a manually controlled table. The medical specialist controls the table, choosing the treatment according to your needs. When you lie comfortably on the motorized therapy table surface of the GoFlex simulator, the simulator gently stretches the spine, pulling the discs back into the correct position and re-moisturizing them to help restore normal disc height and joint function. The procedure lasts for 15 minutes and must be repeated every other day, 15 treatment in total. You will need another 15 treatments after 1-1,5 months time (or, as recommended by the doctor).

Where and how Go Flex™ can be used

Go Flex™ can be used ONLY under suprvision of trained medical professionals. It can be installed in physiotherapeutic, rehabilitation and sports centres, educational organizations, health centres, resorts, companies rehabilitation departments, and other preventive and medical institutions. We do not sell it for personal use.

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