Spinal fractures can be debilitating, causing severe pain and limiting mobility. At Las Vegas Spine and Pain, we are dedicated to providing the latest and most effective treatments for chronic pain, and vertebroplasty is one of our most successful procedures.
Vertebroplasty is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat vertebral fractures, which are common in individuals with osteoporosis or other conditions that cause weak bones. During the procedure, a special bone cement mixture is injected into the vertebral body through a small incision. The bone cement hardens and stabilizes the vertebral body, reducing pain and restoring function.
There are many benefits to choosing vertebroplasty for treating spinal fractures, including:
Quick Pain Relief: Vertebroplasty can provide almost immediate relief from pain, allowing individuals to resume normal activities of daily living.
Minimally Invasive: Unlike traditional spinal surgeries, vertebroplasty is a minimally invasive procedure that is performed through a small incision. This means that patients experience less pain, less scarring, and a faster recovery time.
High Success Rate: Vertebroplasty has a high success rate, with patients reporting significant improvement in pain and mobility following the procedure.
Vertebroplasty is an option for individuals with vertebral fractures caused by osteoporosis or other conditions that cause weak bones. It is also a good option for individuals who have tried other treatments for spinal fractures, such as physical therapy or pain medication, without success.
At Las Vegas Spine and Pain, our team of experienced pain management specialists is dedicated to helping individuals find relief from chronic pain and improve their quality of life. Our state-of-the-art facility and cutting-edge treatments, including vertebroplasty, make us a leading choice for those seeking relief from spinal fractures.
If you are suffering from spinal fractures and are interested in learning more about vertebroplasty, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our team today. Our specialists will work with you to determine if vertebroplasty is the right option for you and develop a customized treatment plan to meet your specific needs.