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Kyphoplasty/Vertebroplasty

Kyphoplasty is a minimally-invasive procedure used to treat a vertebra damaged by osteoporosis, trauma, or other condition. It is performed when a portion of one or more vertebrae have collapsed, leading to pain, disfigurement, spinal instability, or height loss. During the procedure, the vertebra is entered with a small balloon inserted through a special catheter. The balloon is expanded to create a cavity for a cement-like compound that is injected through the catheter after the balloon is removed. The compound hardens within 30 minutes. Patients typically experience pain relief after kyphoplasty and many have a modest restoration of height lost due to the fracture.

“Thank you guys so very much for the awesome job you did on my back. I feel so much better. I appreciate how good you guys were on the visits to my hospital room. Your bedside manners were very pleasant and caring. Thank you!”

God bless,

— HS

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