Sunday, 16 May 2010

New BackPain Investigational Device

While I am not a big fan of back surgery, it is always useful to know what is going on with new innovations and techniques to help people who may need back pain surgery.

This study sounded interesting to me so I thought to share with you.

Robert Eastlack, M.D., of Scripps Clinic and the Scripps Clinical Research Center is enrolling patients in a new clinical study regarding back pain caused by compression fractures of the spine, a painful medical condition that primarily affects patients with osteoporosis.

They are testing a treatment utilizing an implant made of titanium alloy and pure titanium that forms a cage-like structure inside the vertebral body after implantation. 

To read more about it please click on the link above. 

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