Do you suffer from lower back pain?
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Mechanical chronic low back pain results from an injury or stress on the tissues surrounding the spine, including soft tissues, muscles, bones, and joints. Often times, this type of pain is due to impaired neuromuscular control and neural inhibition of the multifidus, which is the largest stabilizing muscle in your back.
Watch the video to learn more about neuromuscular control, proprioception, and various functions of your back muscles.
Do these symptoms sound familiar?
Do you have back pain, muscle spasm, or feeling instability often?
Do you experience back pain or spasms when doing small tasks like brushing teeth over a sink, washing dishes, or reaching for an item?
If you stay in a position for an extended period (sitting, standing, driving, etc.) does your back become increasingly painful?
Do you have to shift positions or support yourself with your arms because of this pain?
Could your back pain be due to Multifidus Dysfunction?
Multifidus Dysfunction can result from a loss of neuromuscular control. This can cause a lack of spinal support, leading to uncontrolled loading of spinal joints and discs, resulting in mechanical low back pain.
Watch the video to learn more about multifidus dysfunction and loss of neuromuscular control.
Treat the cause…
not the symptoms.
Think Restorative Sooner
Of neural signals activating
your multifidus muscle
Of the multifidus muscle to
provide stability to the spine
Of the spine to reduce pain
ReActiv8 is implanted underneath
the skin during a minimally-invasive
- A generator is connected to two electrical leads, which are positioned to stimulate the nerves that control your multifidus muscle.
- You control your twice-daily, 30-minute therapy sessions, which can feel like a deep tissue massage.
Long-Term Clinical Outcomes
Pain and Function Improvements
8 out of 10 patients reported substantial improvements in pain and/or function
7 out of 10 patients voluntarily eliminated or reduced their opioid intake*
*Percent of patients that were on opioids at baseline: (1-Year= 31/65), (2-Year= 34/57), (3-Year= 36/51).
Clinical study data show that patients experience progressive long-term improvements in pain and function, over time, demonstrating a durable, consistent, and restorative result.*
* Three-Year Durability of Restorative Neurostimulation Effectiveness in Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain and Multifidus Muscle Dysfunction. Neuromodulation Journal. Sept. 2022. Gilligan et. al.
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Backed by real patients with real results
Many people who were treated for their mechanical chronic low back pain with ReActiv8 have seen a dramatic improvement and were eager to share their stories to give hope to others
Damian's Story (Part 1)
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