Welcome to VAX-D Canada
We are excited to introduce you to the only scientifically proven decompression equipment with verification that negative intradiscal pressures are created during treatment sessions. This allows doctors to transform the lives of patients and we provide the tools to become the “go to” expert in your community for disc related conditions thereby elevating your practice to new heights of success.
Vertebral Axial Decompression (VAX-D) is the original spinal decompression table invented by Dr. Alan Dyer. Its technology is patented and FDA approved with an impeccable safety record and impressive clinical results that are further supported by scientific evidence.
VAX-D is an advanced spinal decompression technology that offers non-invasive drug free relief for a range of spinal conditions. By utilizing a patented logarithmic treatment curve, it creates negative intradiscal pressures during treatment sessions addressing not only the symptoms but also the cause of the problem.
As a practitioner, you can have confidence that with VAX-D you will be able to provide real, long lasting results to patients who have no where else to turn or have tried everything else with little to no success.
Meet the Founders
Dr. Brian Moore
Dr. Moore has been a practicing chiropractor since 1980 and founded the Canadian Disc Institute in 2006 after seeing the need for disc related care and the benefits of VAX-D therapy. He certified as a VAX-D consultant in both the lumbar and cervical equipment with Dr. Alan Dyer, Ontario’s former deputy Minister of Health, and has experience training other doctors on VAX-D care in all aspects.
Years of practice and specialty training in Thompson technique, advanced radiology, as well as CT and MRI interpretation has allowed Dr. Moore to become extremely adept in working with and treating the most complex and difficult spinal and neurological cases including disc herniation, disc bulge, stenosis, sciatica, spondylolysthesis, excessive lumbar lordosis, scoliosis, previous surgical intervention such as laminectomy and discectomy, and surgical fusion with or without plates and screws. These cases have all demonstrated significant improvement with VAX-D therapy and corrective adjustive care.
It is Dr. Moore’s belief that it is a privilege to be able to offer effective care to those that have seen minimal relief or assistance with traditional medical care such as medication, physiotherapy, standard chiropractic care, acupuncture, massage therapy, and injections. Some of the most interesting cases come from the post surgical patients where surgery has failed to reduce symptoms or returned shortly thereafter, but with VAX-D these patients achieve strong, lasting results.
Dr. Moore feels this type of care should be accessible to all who experience significant disc related challenges and that the next step in his professional journey is to share and teach the knowledge he has gained with others in the profession who share this desire.
Chasen W. Dyer
Raised in the heart of Northern Ontario, Chasen Dyer bore witness to his grandfather's agonizing struggle with a herniated disc, igniting a passion to seek a solution. What started as an experiment with a boat winch handle and lead pipes blossomed into the VAAMOS, a revolutionary spinal decompression device. By 1995, the Dyer family embarked on a monumental journey, relocating 1500 miles to Tampa, Florida, where they harnessed abundant resources to further refine their game-changing technology. In 2002, Chasen formally joined the ranks of VAX-D Medical Technologies, spearheading the development of the Genesis—an engineering marvel that offered respite not only for lumbar pain but also for those grappling with cervical pain.
Over nearly two decades, Chasen continued to drive innovation, introducing the Genesis G2 and G3 models. Today, he stands at the forefront of VAX-D's mission, collaborating with Dr. Brian Moore from the Canadian Disc Institute, united in their quest to bring relief from pain and pioneer the future of pain management through cutting-edge technology and knowledge.