Spine Motion Preservation DevicesSpine motion preservation devices, such as posterior dynamic stabilizing devices, interspinal process spacers, facet joint replacements, disc nucleus prostheses, and more, offer comprehensive solutions to many serious back pain disorders and conditions. Some are on-market while others are in testing or development, but all spine motion preservation devices share the same goal of managing pain and restoring mobility.

Before spine motion preservation devices were first approved by the FDA, medications, injections, surgeries, and physical therapy were the only means of relief and restoration for back pain and immobility sufferers. Times are changing.

Consider the following benefits of spine motion preservation:

  • Diagnoses such as degenerative disc disease, stenosis, and spondlolisthesis are not without treatment, and sufferers do not need to rely on invasive surgeries alone.
  • Spinal loss of motion, severe pain, weakness, numbness, and sciatic complications can be remedied partially or in full by spine motion preservation devices.
  • Complications from spinal fusion, including uncomfortable stiffness due to inflexible fused vertebrae, can be attended.
  • An alternative to medication, injection, and more invasive surgeries is offered using modern materials and clinically tested, FDA approved methodologies.

To determine if you may be a candidate for spine motion preservation devices that are currently on the market, or to partake in clinical trials for spine motion preservation devices, contact a spine specialist today.