Balloon Kyphoplasty

Balloon Kyphoplasty

What is Balloon Kyphoplasty?

Minimally Invasive Procedure

Balloon Kyphoplasty: minimally invasive surgical procedure to treat vertebral compression fractures.

Who needs a Balloon Kyphoplasty?

If a patient has been diagnosed with a vertebral compression fracture due to osteoporosis, spinal trauma, or tumors, a physician may recommend balloon kyphoplasty.

Symptoms of vertebral compression fracture can include height loss, weakness, numbness, and problems with mobility.

What happens after a Balloon Kyphoplasty?

If a patient has been diagnosed with a vertebral compression fracture due to osteoporosis, spinal trauma, or tumors, a physician may recommend balloon kyphoplasty.

Symptoms of vertebral compression fracture can include height loss, weakness, numbness, and problems with mobility.

This material is intended to give the patient an overview of surgical procedures and treatments and is not intended to replace the advice and guidance of a physician. Always consult with your doctor about the particular risks and benefits of your treatment.

 

 

Meet Our Team

Drs. Basta, Blatt, Chilton, Hardaway, Neil, Pierson, and Taylon perform this procedure.

Request an Appointment.

Please call our office at 816-363-2500 to make an appointment.