Robospine by McBROTHERS

An award winning solution.
Healthy Spine. Safely and Aptly.


Robospine by McBROTHERS is designed to carry out spinal decompression using gentle mechanical forces. Local stretching of the spine bones creates a negative pressure that promotes retraction of bulging, protruded or herniated discs, thereby relieving pressure on a compressed nerve root and restoring the normal condition of spinal discs.
The spinal decompression therapy is different from the standard traction method because of its improved functionality and the patient’s body position. The decompression system is designed to gradually and gently increase the force applied to the spine, keeping the patient's body relaxed, and thus preventing the protective reaction of the muscles with no need to use a lot of stretching weight to achieve the desired effect.
The decompression therapy aims to improve blood circulation and cure the injured or degenerated spinal discs. This treatment activates the natural healing processes and helps to restore natural biomechanical interaction between the spinal bones.


With precise and safe motorized impact on the spine, the McBROTHERS Robospine system achieves the following results without any surgical intervention:
Pressure is removed from a pinched nerve root
Strain and pains are relieved in case of rheumatism, spinal stenosis, kyphosis, scoliosis, spinal disc herniation, facet and myofascial pain syndromes
Muscle spasms and intradiscal pressure are reduced
Subluxation of facet joints is corrected
Vertical size of the foraminal opening is increased
Moreover, this technology is a key element in non-surgical treatment of vertebral pain syndromes.


The full automatic control delivers the utmost in safety
The convenient supine position allows for the maximum comfort
Reduced number of invasive spinal interventions
High efficiency in treatment of diseases that cause back pain, including spinal disc herniation
Positive results after the first session
Exceptionally reliable safety system that prevents any aggravations
Fully robotic treatment process
Ability to define an individual treatment pattern depending on the diagnosis, problem localization and pain intensity
Proven high efficiency in the treatment process


Vertebral infectious diseases
Impaired blood circulation in the spinal cord
Vertebrogenic pain syndrome in the acute phase accompanied with severe pain
Cicatrical-commissural epiduritis
Pseudospondylolisthesis (Stage III — IV; Stage I in the cervical spine)
Senile osteoporosis, myeloma, hyperparathyroid osteodystrophy
Disc herniation with prolapse of annulus fibrosus or nucleus pulposus into the spinal canal
Childhood scoliosis
Presence of foreign materials (metallic parts, plates) in the spine
Cauda equina or spinal cord compression syndromes
Pregnancy (due to impossibility of proper fixation)



Baar, Switzerland

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