DBC Products assist Treatment Providers in delivering the best Outcome Driven services possible. In doing this, DBC services provide significant direct and indirect savings to the other important parties involved in the Musculoskeletal Treatment Process.


The delivery of Active Treatment, in most cases, includes more people and considerations than only the patient and the immediate treatment provider. A potentially complex individual treatment process, that includes physical, social, and psychological elements, could be managed and influenced by treatment payers, a patient's employer, and hospital/clinic management; all these participants view and evaluate the treatment process from a different perspective, while requiring something different from an individual patient treatment.


DBC provides treatment solutions that take into consideration all potential points of view, while still maintaining a focus on the treatment outcome of the individual patient. The DBC Treatment Devices, Treatment Protocols, Process Documentation, Treatment Outcome Reporting, and Quality Assurance Reporting are all directed at utilizing the best evidence to achieve optimal clinical outcomes in the most cost effective manner.


• DBC Devices are directed at allowing everyone to train with the position and range of motion that is correct for them and their current situation.
• DBC Protocols utilize the best evidence and best clinical practices to streamline treatments from the most common to the most rare patient cases.
• Process Documentation allows clinics, hospitals, payers, doctors, and patients, to see treatment progress for each individual patient to overall clinic performance.
• Treatment Outcome Reporting allows all parties involved to see the true outcomes of treatment and the progress achieved.
• Quality Assurance Reporting allows providers to benchmark the results against other DBC treatments delivered around the world.


“Creator Spółka z.o.o. is the DBC Concept distributor in Poland and Ukraine. Creator has been using DBC since 2004 as the leading concept for musculoskeletal disorders. We have excellent medical outcomes and therefore we are convinced on expanding the DBC Concept in Poland and Ukraine”

-- Adam Józefowicz, Chairman of the Board, Creator Spółka z.o.o.


C3R - Cervical 3D Rotation

The C3R device guides cervical rotation in a biomechanically correct manner, combining the flexion and lateral flexion into the three dimensional multi-joint motion. The immobilization system assists in keeping the body in place and allowing only the specific cervical rotator muscles to perform the desired movement. The goal of the C3R training movement is to help restore the normal coupled motion of the cervical spine during cervical rotation.
CEE - Cervical Elliptical Extension

The CEE device guides the neck extensional motion in a bio-mechanically correct elliptical movement pattern, allowing the desired coupled motion that is seen in ideal cervical spinal movement. The immobilization system assists in keeping the body in place and allowing only the specific cervical extension muscles to perform the desired movement. The goal of CEE training is to achieve a segmental cervical extension movement that results from the elliptical training motion.
GHR - Glenohumeral Rotation

The GHR device provides a specific and focused rotational movement for the shoulder joint. By providing a stable platform in which to produce this movement the training becomes very specific to the muscles providing the rotational movement instead of allowing the larger muscles groups to dominate the movement. The goal of the GHR is to provide very specific exercises focused at activating and strengthening the “rotator cuff” muscles of the shoulder.
LTE - Lumbar Thoracic Extension

The training movement in the LTE consists of a segmental back extension motion that can be targeted to a specific region according to the individual needs. The DBC Hip Lock System is designed to immobilize the hip and pelvic region, ensuring that the large muscle groups in the legs, the hamstrings and gluteals, cannot influence the specified back extension training movement. The goal of this isolated extension movement is to achieve a vertebrae by vertebrae motion through the lumbar and lower thoracic spine.
LTF – Lumbar Thoracic Flexion

The training movement in the LTF consists of an upper body forward flexion exercise. The Hip Lock System is designed to immobilize the hip and pelvic region, ensuring that the large muscle groups in the legs, the hamstrings, glutes and hip flexors, cannot influence the specified trunk flexion/extension training movement. The goal of this isolated flexion movement is to achieve segmental, vertebrae by vertebrae, motion through the lumbar and lower thoracic spine that can be targeted according the individual needs.
LTL - Lumbar Thoracic Lateral Flexion

The training movement performed in the LTL is a lateral, or side bending, flexion movement. The hip lock system helps to encourage a specific lateral bending exercise resulting in a transverse mobilization and joint movement in the lumbar-thoracic spine. The activation of this movement requires the activation and support from the body’s core muscles to ensure a controlled and well coordinated movement. The goal of this lateral flexion movement is to strengthen the primary muscles for this movement pattern providing both support and increased movement to the lumbar and thoracic spine.
LTR – Lumbar Thoracic Rotation

The rotational movement performed while training with the LTR provides rotational movement of the lower body around a vertical axis. While keeping the shoulders in a fixed position the movement of the lower body helps to provide a larger range of movement that incorporates rotational movement through the lumbar and lower thoracic region and into higher thoracic spinal segments. The goal of this movement is to encourage active, coordinated and controlled rotational movement through the lower back and higher into the thoracic spine.
MLP - Multi-Purpose Leg Press

This leg press has been designed for a wide range of training possibilities, combining the opportunity to train for both the knee and hip areas against resistance. The adjustable seat and double foot plate allow for a large variety of training options at all training levels from rehabilitation to elite athletics.
MLU - Multi-purpose Low-friction Unit
Knee, Neck, Shoulder, Multi-Purpose

The MLU is a cable devices with a range of training opportunities. With the possible variety of exercises, this device is easily applied, but not limited to, exercises for the back, neck, shoulder or knee. With the proper education and a little bit of imagination the MLU devices is unlimited in its application possibilities.
MPB - Multi-purpose Bench
Knee, Multi-Purpose

The Multi-Purpose Bench has been designed to provide and increased set of exercise options for both the DBC Shoulder and Knee protocols. When the bench is used in conjunction with the MLU cable devices the variety of exercises options is greatly increased.
SBA - Shoulder Blade Adduction
Neck, Shoulder

The training movement in the SBA is a multi-joint movement encouraging specific movement in the upper back area. The movement activates the scapular muscles moving the scapula inwards while pulling back the shoulder position. The goal of the device is to specifically address the inner scapula muscles, which are frequently inhibited from functioning in cervical and shoulder disorders.