Kyphoplasty Procedure

Treating spinal compression fractures near Naples, FL

During a spinal compression fracture one, or more, of the vertebrae in the spine collapse. The result is a painful situation that restricts your ability to move, sleep, and even breathe properly. Spinal compression fractures can be caused by osteoporosis, cancer, and often occur due to injuries related to slip and falls in the workplace.

Neuroscience and Spine Associates are able to perform a kyphoplasty procedure within days of your first appointment at our MRI Center in Naples, Florida. Kyphoplasty is a minimally invasive surgery and most patients return home on the same day as the procedure.

Kyphoplasty Procedure Process

During the kyphoplasty procedure your surgeon creates a small incision in your back, and inserts a narrow tube.  With the assistance of x-ray imaging an orthopedic balloon is inserted through the tube and blown up inside the spinal cavity. The balloon returns the collapsed vertebrae to its original height, and quick-drying bone cement is injected into the cavity. As the cement dries it creates a type of internal cast, and the affected vertebrae are stabilized and restored to their original height.

Spinal Fracture healed with Kyphoplasty Procedure at Neuroscience and Spine Associates Naples, FL

Kyphoplasty in Naples, Florida

Kyphoplasty procedures in Naples, Florida are performed by our skilled, caring neurosurgery team at our Naples MRI Center. If you are suffering from a spinal fracture it is important to schedule your kyphoplasty as soon as possible, the procedure is most effective when performed within eight weeks of experiencing the spinal fracture. Kyphoplasty procedures at Neuroscience and Spine Associates are performed daily and can be scheduled within days of your call.

Our medical team has more than 120 years combined experience, and the doctors are board certified specialists in their field. Care, compassion and expertise are the hallmarks that have made Neuroscience & Spine Associates Southwest Florida's leading neuroscience specialty team. If you are seeking treatment for your spinal compression fracture fill out the contact form on this page.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is this procedure covered by Medicare? +

    YES. This is a medicare approved procedure.
  • Is this procedure performed under general or local anesthesia? +

    Depending upon what is most appropriate for your particular situation, the surgeon will decide what type of anesthesia to use. He or she will answer any questions you have.
  • What is the recovery time for this procedure? +

    The procedure is so minimally invasive that most patients are able to return home the same day. Most patients report improvement within one week, the bone takes approximately three months to heal, and physical therapy generally lasts up to six weeks.
  • What happens during the recovery process? +

    Most people notice an improvement in their ability to accomplish daily activities within one week of kyphoplasty. The bone itself does not complete the healing process for about three months. Most recovery processes involve Physical Therapy. Your Physical Therapist will work with you to determine the best exercise and stretching regimens to aid in your bodies healing process.
  • What are the possible risks? +

    All surgical procedures carry risk. Your surgeon will discuss these risk before your procedure.
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