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Get Relief From Compression Fractures With Kyphoplasty

When part of the vertebrae, the bone spine, collapses, the condition is termed as a compression fracture. Sometimes, more than one spine fracture can occur which is known as multiple compression fractures. The main reason behind these fractures are trauma, injury, age, and harsh physical activities that may need treatments like kyphoplasty and minimal invasive surgery San Antonio.

Symptoms Of Compression Fractures Are As Follow

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  • Pain in the back, arms, or legs.
  • Numbness or weakness in arms as well as legs.
  • Loss of height over a time period.
  • When the spine collapses, your vertebrae start to bend and you may feel neck or back pain as well.
  • If your spine is severely compressed, lungs may not work properly and you have trouble breathing.

A compression fracture that occurs suddenly can be very painful, but a compression fracture that occurs gradually may cause pain over time.

Regardless of how compression fractures occur, it’s important to consult the doctor at the Spine Center of Texas, especially when you notice any of the symptoms mentioned above. We specialize in kyphoplasty and minimal invasive surgery San Antonio.

How Surgeons At The Spine Center Of Texas Treat The Compression Fracture Problem

Surgeons at Spine Center of Texas

At the Spine Center of Texas, we have an experienced team of spine surgeons, interventional pain management specialists, chiropractic specialists, and anesthesiologists. Our highly skilled doctor diagnoses your condition with advanced techniques and will suggest the best treatment including minimal invasive surgery San Antonio for your spine.

In the case of a compression fracture, our spine specialist offers both surgical and non-surgical treatments. Non-surgical treatment includes pain relief medications and some exercise. But, in case of a severe compression fracture, our doctor may recommend surgery including Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty.

Kyphoplasty is a surgical instrument that our experienced surgeon inserts into your spine with an inflated balloon. Then we will fill the balloon with bone cement to strengthen your vertebrae.

Book an Appointment

Apart from Texas, we also have offices in San Antonio, Braunfels, and Seguin. So, whenever you feel the symptoms of compression fractures or back pain, book an appointment with us.

We will be glad to help you with back pain relief as well as minimal invasive surgery.