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Spinal stenosis is a common condition that occurs when the spinal canal narrows, placing pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. This can cause chronic pain, numbness, and weakness in the back, legs, and arms. If you've been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, you may be wondering about your treatment options. The Vertiflex procedure is a minimally invasive treatment option that has been proven effective in relieving the symptoms of spinal stenosis.

The Vertiflex procedure involves the placement of a small, titanium alloy implant in the affected area of the spine. The implant creates space between the vertebrae, reducing the pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. The procedure is performed using a small incision and a specialized tool called a fluoroscope, which allows the surgeon to guide the implant into place with precision and accuracy.

One of the major benefits of the Vertiflex procedure is that it is minimally invasive. Unlike traditional open surgery, which can involve large incisions and significant downtime, the Vertiflex procedure is typically performed on an outpatient basis, meaning you can go home the same day as the procedure. This can lead to less pain, scarring, and downtime, allowing you to get back to your normal activities more quickly.

In addition to its minimally invasive nature, the Vertiflex procedure has been shown to be effective in relieving the symptoms of spinal stenosis. A clinical study published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine found that patients who underwent the Vertiflex procedure experienced significant improvement in their symptoms, including reduced pain and improved mobility.

our team of experienced spine specialists are proud to offer the Vertiflex procedure to our patients as a safe and effective treatment option for spinal stenosis. We understand the impact that chronic pain can have on your quality of life, and we are committed to helping you find relief and get back to doing the things you love.

If you're experiencing symptoms of spinal stenosis, don't wait to seek treatment. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about the Vertiflex procedure and our other minimally invasive treatment options. Our team is dedicated to providing personalized care and support throughout your treatment journey, so you can feel confident and informed every step of the way.

Ajay Kumar, MD

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