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Evolution RMT

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The Evolution RMT Table explains the "missing link" - centralization with restoration of normal range of motion!


"It is my experience in teaching and talking with doctors from all over the country that use decompression as a therapy tool, that they often get bogged down with only pain reduction and centralization of that pain. The successful doctors that pay attention to the missing link, which is centralization with a restoration of normal range of motion, are the doctors who have higher success rates." Dr. Randy Reed, D.C., C.C.S.P.


The Evolution RMT™ is the “Missing Link” for the treatment of lumbar disc syndrome patients. Treating with the Evolution RMT™ is based on the patient’s directional movement preference and provides measurable and positive outcomes particularly in the management of acute/chronic low back and leg pain patients. The Evolution RMT™ takes the patient through repetitive end-range passive-range-of-motion movements of flexion and/or extension. This reduces and “centralizes” the patient’s pain while increasing the patient’s active range of motion.


There is nothing else like the Evolution RMT™ in the industry!



Evolution RMT Features

  • Variable Cycle Speed, 1-8 Cycles per minute

  • Arm Rests

  • One Year Warranty

  • Slide-Out Foot Section

  • Touch Screen Digital Readout

  • Exact Measurable Movement

  • On-the-Fly changes to angle, speed and hold-time

  • Sliding Face and Lower Sections for comfort during motion

  • Movement: Just Flexion; Just Extension or both in one cycle

  • Angle: Flexion and Extension controlled independently by doctor

Who Benefits from Treatment

Use the Evolution RMT™ if your patients:

  • Have been assessed to benefit from the repeated movements on pain centralization, intensity and location in flexion or extension.

  • Are classified as having degenerative discs, herniated or bulging discs, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome or sacroiliac syndromes where a limitation of movement occurs in the direction of “centralization”.

  • Are undergoing decompression therapy


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