5 Advantages to Kyphoplasty Procedures for Back Pain

5 Advantages to Kyphoplasty Procedures for Back Pain Naples, Florida | Neuroscience & Spine Associates

1. It’s the Latest Advancement in the Treatment of Spinal Compression Fractures

Kyphoplasty Procedures are now being performed as a minimally invasive surgical treatment option for spinal compression fractures. For many people who experience a spinal compression fracture the only symptom is ongoing back pain. Additionally, if you do experience a spinal compression fracture the sooner the treatment can be performed the better the prospective outcome. Common risk factors for a spinal compression fracture can include:

  • Osteoporosis
  • Cancer
  • Falls
  • Workplace Injuries



2. Kyphoplasty uses an Innovative Treatment Procedure

During the kyphoplasty procedure a small incision in your back becomes the entry point for a narrow tube through which an orthopedic balloon is inserted. It is then blown up inside the spinal cavity, returning the collapsed vertebrae to its original height. An application of quick-drying bone cement then creates a type of internal cast, and the affected vertebrae are stabilized and restored to their original height.

3. It Reduces Your Dependence on Pain Medication

Back pain can present in a variety of ways, ranging from decreased mobility to chronic and acute pain all at a range of levels. As a result, individuals may find themselves relying on over the counter and prescribed medications to relieve pain. Kyphoplasty Procedures effectively reduce back pain, which reduces your dependence on pain medication.

4. Most Kyphoplasty Procedures are Out-Patient

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

5. Quick Recovery Times

After kyphoplasty surgery most patients report improvement in their ability to accomplish daily activities within one week. The bone takes approximately three months to heal, and physical therapy generally lasts up to six weeks.

Kyphoplasty Procedures in Naples, Florida

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 contact us today!

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