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Kyphoplasty is the method of injecting a special cement into the vertebrae — with the additional step of creating space for the treatment with a balloon-like device (balloon vertebroplasty).
It is a type of Vertebral Augmentation for Compression Fractures and has the ability to restore a damaged vertebra’s height and and reduces pain. The goal of a kyphoplasty is to stop the pain caused by a spinal fracture, to stabilize the bone, and to restore some or all of the lost vertebral body height due to the compression fracture.

Who needs this Process of Kyphoplasty

How is Kyphoplasty Performed

Kyphoplasty to treat a fracture from osteoporosis is performed at our clinic under local or conscious sedation. Other logistics for a typical kyphoplasty procedure are:

  • The kyphoplasty procedure usually takes an hour for each vertebra involved.
  • Patients will be observed closely in the recovery room immediately following the kyphoplasty procedure.


Risks and Complications

Some general surgical risks apply to kyphoplasty, including a reaction to anesthesia and infection. Other risks that are specific to the kyphoplasty procedure and vertebroplasty include:

  • Nerve damage or a spinal cord injury from malpositioned instruments placed in the back.
  • Nerve injury or spinal cord compression from leaking of the PMMA into veins or epidural space.
  • Allergic reaction to the solution used to see the balloon on the X-ray image as it inflates.

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