MedX is the only equipment company with a short one foot weight stroke. Most companies’ weight stroke is two or more feet. What that means is that the weight stack movement of only one foot on a full-range repetition is safer and smoother than the competition with a longer weight stroke. Another reason the shorter weight stroke is important is that if you have 120 pounds on the one foot weight stroke machine, then that means you are moving 120 pounds. On the other hand, if you have 120 pounds on a two foot weight stroke machine, then you are really lifting about 240 pounds depending on the machine. That also means that if you increase the weight by two pounds on a one foot machine, you really are increasing it by two pounds, whereas on a two foot machine you are raising it by five pounds which equates to a 10 pound increase.
Claims are electronically billed to the insurance carriers and each claim is “scrubbed” for common denial errors before transmission. Our service includes carrier reimbursement research on any new codes you want to examine.  We can provide you reports of reimbursement by procedure code and insurance carrier to pinpoint profitable or unprofitable procedures.  “Ad hoc” query reports are available to report on virtually anything in your patient database from physician productivity to patient mailing labels.

Cervical Extension (right): The MedX Cervical Extension Machine is an effective, proven solution for patients who suffer from neck pain and/or headaches. Because the cervical muscle must continually support the weight of the head, headache and neck pain are common clinical complaints. These ailments often originate as a result of muscular weakness or traumatic injury.The MedX Cervical Extension Machine is highly reliable and specific for the quantification of isometric cervical extension strength testing and dynamic variable resistance training.
Dr. Johnson serves as the Medical Director. He joined PDR in 2017 after serving as Assistant Medical Director at HealthPartners' Department of Occupational Medicine. He also served as the Medical Director at NorthWorks Occupational Health for 15 years, where he developed North Memorial Health Care's occupational health clinic. He also held positions at Allina and Columbia Park Medical Group as a staff physician. Dr. Johnson earned his medical degree from the University of Minnesota (U of M) School of Medicine in 1985. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Abbott Northwestern Hospital, and his Occupational and Preventative Medicine Residency at Regions Medical Center/U of M. He obtained a Master of Public Health Diplomat degree from the U of M School of Public Heath in 1990. Dr. Johnson is board certified in Internal Medicine and Occupational Medicine, and is also a Fellow in the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.

Returning to Slidell, Louisiana, Arthur borrowed $2,500 from his half sister to fund the fabrication of a resistance exercise machine he was attempting to build in the family's one-car garage. Arthur's 16-year-old son, Gary, designed an off-centered cam as part of the prototype, whose purpuose was to cause the resistance of the exercise to vary in intensity as the user worked the lever arm of the apparatus throughout it's full range of motion.
Serving the foreign healthcare marketplace, Med-X Global manages our international clients emergency medical claims processing, claims payment and revenue generation. Utilizing proprietary revenue cycle software, our Company efficiently administers our foreign clients entire revenue cycle process relating to emergency medical claims. This includes everything from determining patient eligibility, collecting co-pays, language translation, coding claims correctly, tracking claims, and collecting payments as well as follow-up on denied claims.

Our approach is very powerful and we have thousands of patients living their lives pain free to prove it. Many of our successful patients had tried physical therapy, chiropractic, epidurals and other pain management techniques in the past and did not achieve the results they had hoped for. After receiving care from The Center For Total Back Care they are pain free and back to the activities they love but were unable to perform in the past.

Our team of physicians are specialty trained in the area of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Patients are first evaluated by a doctor before receiving their individualized rehabilitation care plan, unless otherwise indicated. Each patient’s plan is based on their specific diagnosis and symptoms. Our physicians stayed involved throughout the treatment process with regularly scheduled visits to ensure each patient is progressing as expected.
Arthur Jones is the legendary founder and developer of Nautilus exercise equipment. He pioneered the concept of high intensity, joint specific strength training and was the first to develop machines dedicated to each area of the body. He proved, through exhaustive research, that it is the most effective way to get results in the shortest period of time. When he evaluated the back extension machine, he found it did not do an adequate job of strengthening the back muscles. In 1972 he began what was to be fourteen years of research and development with the goal of designing the first meaningful tools for testing spinal function, including strength, muscular endurance, and ranges of motion. In 1986, he founded the MedX Corporation and after years of development and testing, validated by independent research teams at the University of Florida, perfected the medical lumbar extension machine. He subsequently developed the cervical extension machine providing the medical community with the first tools capable of producing specific and accurate tests of functional ability, as well as the finest source of rehabilitative exercise. These machines have helped hundreds of thousands of people around the world eliminate their back and neck pain. Arthur Jones devoted his life to educating people about the proper way to exercise and designing equipment best suited to his training methods.

Nate is very excited to continue combining his advanced orthopedic skills with RehabAuthority’s scientifically proven method in the treatment of back and neck rehabilitation to help patients “feel good again.” When Nate is not in the clinic treating patients, he is likely to be hiking. He has currently “bagged” about twelve peaks in the surrounding area of 12,000 ft. or higher. He is also an avid cyclist and trail runner. When he has some quiet time, he likes to fiddle around on the violin and piano.


Jones is a white nationalist and Holocaust denier.[3][4][15][10] His 2018 candidate website calls the Holocaust a "racket." He has claimed that the Holocaust was "the biggest, blackest lie in history"[13] and "nothing more than an international extortion racket by the Jews."[9][16] Jones does not support interracial marriage or integration in public schools.[13] In 1993, Jones was filmed in a fight with Milwaukee Alderman Michael McGee Jr. on The Jerry Springer Show.[17]
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