HA DISC 2021-08-27T09:13:49+00:00
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Who is a Candidate for Heat-Resistance Decompression?
The best candidate for this procedure is one who suffers from a contained disc herniation that has not responded to conservative care. Typical signs of a contained disc herniation are primary pain radiating down the leg or arm accompanied by some back pain. Heat-Resistance Decompression is not useful for degenerative disc disease or spinal fractures.

Comparison with RF function

HA DISC RF DISC
Treat resource Thermal Effect
Source DC AC
Device Battery type Generator
Principle Generate heat by passing through electric current to Resistor Generate plasma heat by passing through specific frequency through the Tip
Identify It is effective when the heat directly touch the tissues Heat can be delivered although heat is bit away from the targeting point
Riskiness There is a possibility of losing heat caused by surrounding environment such as body fluid There is a possibility of denaturation in which the plasma heat does not directly reach
(Protein contained to almost human tissue is permanently degenerated at around 60 ℃ )



Benefits of Heat-Resistance Decompression

• Minimally invasive
• Outpatient procedure
• Rapid recovery time
• Quick symptom relief within two weeks for most patients

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