You are a class act

“Just a few words about my experience of working with Travis.

From the initial contact, he went above and beyond with answering my many questions about a chiropractic table I was considering purchasing. After the purchase, he made sure to personally deliver the table to my office in Canton, Ohio. He has always availed himself to me, even long after the purchase of the equipment.

Then just recently, he proved his value once again by reaching out and helping me with some marketing materials.

He is a class act all around. I give Travis a huge thumbs-up. I know you will be in good hands with Travis Buffy on your side.

Joseph Medina, D.C.

Congrats to Robert Jeffries, D.C.

Congrats to Dr. Robert Jeffries and the Staff at Jeffries Chiropractic and Wellness in Cambridge, Ohio on their Decompression upgrade from the 2nd generation DTS to the advanced KDT Neural Flex system!


Dr. Phil
I’ve only had the Decompression System for less than 3 weeks and the table has already paid for itself, in fact, almost two times over! I cannot wait to REALLY begin to market this device. The 6 or so patients that are actively using this machine, all of them…are amazed that there is finally a machine that can help them with their chronic pain without any more drugs, or any surgery. I can’t tell you the long term results because my Decompression System is brand new, but hopefully, their results will be “normal” for me in a few months. As for now, it’s got me impressed!

As a side note…Your advanced seminars that you put on has allowed our office to have much more confidence than we would have, with just one in-house office demonstration. Thank you for caring about your clients that have already bought the product. You have shown you are a caring group that will go the extra yard to help your clients, so we can go the extra yard to help our clients…Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Dr. Phil
Kyle Werkheiser, D.C.
I just thought I would share my enthusiasm with you. I have had awesome results in just two days working with the DTS. I began yesterday with my first patients who have been in a lot of pain for a couple of weeks along with really large herniated discs documented by MRI’s I had recently ordered. They have all improved and two of them have had upwards of fifty percent improvement after only two sessions working only at the start weights.

We are really psyched up about the potential we have with this treatment option. I just wanted to say thanks so much for your efforts to get it to us quickly and for all of your support thus far. Our clinical representative was very helpful and his training session was practical and educational, as well as fun. My brother is a PT and he sat in for some of the training and he was equally impressed. Again, I really want to thank you and I look forward to doing business with you in the future.

Kyle Werkheiser, D.C.
Michael Dunigan, D.C. Shamokin Dam, PA

Decompression Therapy is a great asset and an excellent option for those cases that don’t get better with other forms of passive care. Within the first 60 days since advertising this therapy I got 74 new patients. My patients love it !

Michael Dunigan, D.C. Shamokin Dam, PA

Richard Ross, D.C. Johnstown, PA
Since adding Decompression Therapy MY PATIENT VOLUME HAS DOUBLED ! I am getting more referrals because the results occur much faster. The addition of Decompression Therapy as well as the rehabilitation protocols with the Stabilizer and Back Builder has resulted in increased revenue for the practice.

Richard Ross, D.C. Johnstown, PA
Steven Antinoro, D.C. Windber, PA
Decompression Therapy has given me new confidence in successfully treating lesions which were far more challenging in the past. Spondylolisthesis, disc protrusions and facet syndromes now get lasting relief, not just short term patch-up.

Steven Antinoro, D.C. Windber, PA
Dr. Michael Ernesty

We had a 48 year old male present to our office on a Friday afternoon. He works as a engineer which requires mostly desk work, but as he was installing a new engine into his car at home he tried to “muscle” the engine into position by himself. He felt his low back “pop”. When he got to our office a few hours later he couldn’t drive, walk without assistance or even stand up straight. Low back radiographs showed total straightening of the lumbar lordosis and a double P.I. pelvis. The muscular strain was causing severe pain and stiffness. Low back range of motion was 10 degrees flexion, 5 degrees extension, 15 degrees left lateral flexion, 5 degrees right lateral flexion and 0 degrees of rotation.

We used our combo unit on him the first day with the interferential protocol for acute pain control for 30 minutes. The following morning we treated him with the interferential protocol for acute pain for 15 minutes and then used the VMS spasm control protocol over the lumbar paraspinals for 15 minutes and adjusted him utilizing table drops. On Monday (2 days later) he presented asymptomatic for pain with low back range of motion (in degrees) 70-flexion, 30-extension, 30-left lateral flexion, 25-right lateral flexion. It was literally a miracle for him and after completing a full 3 phase active low back rehabilitation program, is free of the daily back pain he suffered for the last 15 years. Thank you Bryanne Enterprises!!

Dr. David Shields of Shields Chiropractic

I recently treated a old patient that I hadn’t seen for approximately 10 years. Her mother called me and related that her daughter had been in a horrible motor vehicle roll-over accident and had suffered a Jefferson Burst. This is an exploding fracture of the Atlas Vertebra. Her daughter had been life flighted to a trauma center in Morgantown West Virginia where she was sedated and a full neck/head halo was prescribed and applied to stabilize the fracture and prevent severing of the spinal cord. After 10 days in the hospital her daughter had been discharged but after she had been weaned from the heavy narcotics she developed severe low back pain with sciatica. Her mother asked me “was there anything I could do to help her pain”.

That Sunday I packed up my portable table and my new 4 Ch Combo Stim unit and drove two hours to Ohiopyle, PA from my office in Greensburg. When I got there the first comment she made was about how folicly challenged I had become in the last ten years. (The darn things patient’s come up with !) Despite this, I set up my Pro-4 and portable table and assisted her onto the table. My first concern was to put the fire out so I used 4-pad acute pain control protocol which utilizes IFC for 30 minutes. After that I did approximately 15 minutes of myofascial release to her low back and sciatic area. After the myofascial release work I applied a 30 minute programmed sequence with the Pro-4 which included a Premodulated nerve block at the L-4/5 area and then High-Volt to her left low back to reduce the inflammation. While this was going on I utilized the low-back ultrasound protocol to improve circulation.

After an hour and a half I packed up and went home. That following Wednesday I called to check on her progress. She related that she had total relief of her low-back and sciatic symptoms. It amazes me how effective protocol based therapy can be even on the most severe cases. My thanks to the Bryanne Enterprises!

Dr. Shannon Smith of Smith Chiropractic
A 22 year old female gymnast complaining of constant pain and inability to do aerobics and normal gymnastics was being treated with flexion distraction and under constant supportive care. Patient presented with a grade 2 moderate L-5 Spondylolisthesis. Patient underwent a trial of decompression treatments utilizing the Decompression System. Utilizing Dr. Kennedy’s lumbar protocol #1 with a Decompression setting of a 40 second pull and a 25 second relaxation, minimum pull at 30 lbs and maximum pull at 1/2 body weight; 2 progressive ramp ups and 2 regressive ramp downs; for 12 minutes per session; 3 sessions per week for 4 weeks. At the end of the trial period the patient is able to perform ADL’s and can now do aerobics and normal gymnastics pain free. Patient has had no flare-ups. Patient supportive care has been reduced by 2/3rd the previous level prior to decompression therapy.