Surgical treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: X-­stop vs

Surgical treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: X-­stop vs Minimally Invasive Decompression. Image assessment, treatment effects and health economic evaluations.

Surgical treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: X-stop vs

Surgical treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: X-stop vs Minimally Invasive Decompression Image assessment, treatment effects and health economic evaluations

Surgical versus non-surgical treatment for lumbar spinal

Surgical versus non-surgical treatment for lumbar spinal stenosis. Review question: We reviewed the evidence that compares surgery versus non-surgical treatment for a condition called lumbar spinal stenosis. This condition occurs when the area surrounding the spinal cord and nerves becomes smaller.

Published in: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews · 2016Authors: Fabio Zaina · Christy C Tomkinslane · Eugene J Carragee · Stefano Ne…Affiliation: Mount Royal University · Stanford University · University of BresciaAbout: Spinal fusion · Spinal stenosis · Laminectomy · Exercise therapy · Sp…

Surgical and nonsurgical treatments for lumbar spinal

Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is the most common indication for spinal surgery in older adults; however, the efficacy of surgery for LSS as compared to nonsurgical treatments remains unclear. Here, we reviewed numerous studies, including randomized control trails (RCTs), to compare nonsurgical and surgical treatments for LSS.

Interspinous spacer decompression (X-STOP) for lumbar

The lumbar interspinous process decompression device represents a promising surgical treatment alternative for a variety of spinal pathologies , . Intuitively, IPDs provide an unloading distractive force to the stenotic middle column part of the motion segment and have the potential to relieve the symptoms of neurogenic intermittent claudication …

SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR SPINE PAIN – PDF

Spinal Decompression The following minimally invasive procedures decompress (reduce) the pressure on the spinal or nerve root: The X-STOP Interspinous Process Decompression (IPD) System has been developed as part of a minimally invasive surgical method to treat lumbar spinal stenosis, an abnormal narrowing or constriction of …

X STOP ™ Interspinous Process Decompression (IPD

X STOP ™ Interspinous Process Decompression is used to relieve symptoms of lumbar spinal stenosis. The X STOP secondary surgical treatment by decompression

The role of surgery for treatment of low back pain

The other SPORT studies dealing with DS appeared to document the benefit of surgical decompression, but could not consistently substantiate the relative value of decompression alone versus noninstrumented versus instrumented fusion.[1 6] The more recent SPORT study in 2015 on spinal stenosis treated with/without surgery, indicated …