Kyphoplasty

Kyphoplasty is a type of outpatient surgery for patients with a spinal compression fracture, and it’s a specialty of Integrated Pain Consultants. If you’ve heard about the opioid epidemic and are wary of taking addictive prescription drugs, kyphoplasty might be an excellent alternative for you. The relatively fast procedure requires no overnight stays and can help with a variety of...

Compression fractures can happen for a variety of reasons. Car accidents, falls, and other trauma can cause the spine to develop fractures and develop pain in the back and surrounding areas. Osteoporosis and cancer can also cause the spine to weaken, which can lead to fractures. These compression fractures often come with severe pain. They can also cause deformities in the...

Many people struggle with osteoporosis, which causes bones to become brittle and weaken. Due to the weakening of the bones, fractures are quite common. In many cases, fractures occur in the spine. These are most commonly referred to as spinal compression fractures, although they are also called osteoporotic fractures and vertebral fractures. Spinal compression fractures cause significant back pain for patients....

If you have osteoporosis, it’s important to be gentle with your body. Osteoporosis makes bones brittle and fragile, increasing the possibility of compression fractures and cracked vertebrae. These cracked bones often heal on their own within three months. In some cases, however, the healing process takes a little longer and causes significant back pain. The good news is that there...

In the past, the only two options available for pain relief were medications and surgery. Medical advances have brought about many innovative pain treatments that are minimally invasive but work even better than surgery. The future of pain relief is here, and it has helped thousands of people find long-term relief for their acute or chronic pain in various parts of...

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