Interspinous Stabilization also known as Vertiflex is a procedure offered at ASCPM for managing lower back pain. It entails the insertion of a specialized device between the spinous processes of the vertebrae in the lumbar spine. This device aims to enhance spinal stability and support, thereby reducing pain and enhancing mobility.

How It Works

During the procedure, a small incision is made in the back, through which the stabilization device is carefully inserted between the targeted vertebrae. This device plays a crucial role in maintaining proper spacing between the vertebrae, which helps alleviate pressure on the nerves and subsequently relieves pain associated with conditions like spinal stenosis.

The Benefits

Interspinous Stabilization offers several advantages as a minimally invasive procedure. Compared to traditional surgery, it involves smaller incisions and minimal disruption to surrounding tissues, resulting in shorter recovery times and reduced post-operative discomfort. Additionally, the device provides stability to the spine, contributing to improved mobility and quality of life for individuals experiencing lower back pain.

Procedure Details

It is essential to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the suitability of Interspinous Stabilization for managing specific lower back pain conditions. They can offer detailed information about the procedure and its potential benefits tailored to your individual situation. By undergoing Interspinous Stabilization, individuals may find relief from lower back pain and enjoy enhanced functionality.