Posterior Dynamic StabilizersIndividuals diagnosed with Spondylolisthesis, or any degenerative disc disease, have been fortunate to have their painful and immobilizing symptoms reversed and remedied by Posterior Dynamic Stabilizing Devices. These spine motion preservation devices treat the agonizing and life limiting symptoms of Spondylolisthesis and DDD by serving as an internal back brace.

For now, Posterior Dynamic Stabilizers are only used in accordance with spine fusion surgery as a remedial option for fusion patients who end up with excessive spine stiffness due to the inflexibility of the newly fused vertebrae. However, clinical trials are inching closer to a result that will allow Posterior Dynamic Stabilizing Devices to be used independently of the fusion surgery to treat the above ailments and lumbar spinal stenosis as well.

One of the primary benefits of the Posterior Dynamic Stabilizing Device is that it comes in so many different material types to suit the various needs and compatibilities of patients. Some such materials include:

  • Screws
  • Cords
  • Spacers
  • Flexible Rods
  • Inflatable Rods
  • And more

Mimicking the stability of the rod and screw support system of the vertebrae fusion surgery, but maintaining a more flexible and natural spinal construction, allows Posterior Dynamic Stabilizers to quickly move through clinical trials with many happy trial patients.