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If you suffer from back pain you know how excruciating it can be. If your pain is caused by a spinal
fracture or osteoporosis that has caused the vertebrae to collapse, you know the agony of chronic pain.
We can help to relieve that pain in a minimally invasive procedure that our surgeons are specially trained
to conduct. We can help you to return to a normal lifestyle again, and restore some of the height you may
have lost due to a compression fracture. Here’s how.
Spinal pain relief and
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Our spine health specialists treat spinal fractures with a
surgical procedure known as Kyphoplasty. This procedure
uses a narrow tube, inserted through a very tiny incision in
the back, to access the fracture. Our vascular surgeons
have spent years performing minimally invasive surgery
through incisions smaller than a Band-Aid and Kyphoplasty
is an important application of those skills.
During the Kyphoplasty procedure our surgeon guides the
tube, using x-ray images, to the fractured area of the
spine. A special balloon is inserted through the tube and
into the fractured vertebrae. The surgeon then very gently
inflates the balloon and as it inflates it expands the bone
that has collapsed. The balloon is removed, and the space
that it created is filled with a bone cement mixture that
hardens and stabilizes the bone. This procedure may
correct a deformity or restore body height that was
shortened by the compression fracture.
A Fast Recovery – Home the
Kyphoplasty is done under either local or general anesthesia. You will
be very comfortable and may be given some medication to help you
relax. You will spend time in the recovery room once the procedure
is complete. Because the incision is so tiny, you will not need stitches
or sutures. A Band-Aid is all you will need! You will