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iO-Flex for Spinal Stenosis - any info

dax0007ddax0007 Posts: 66
edited 06/11/2012 - 9:03 AM in Spinal Stenosis
Hello everyone.. Most of my issues from L3-S1 are because of congential stenosis.. I have stumbled on this special SPINAL TOOL cause IO-Flex.. You can search googlee or youtubbe to learn more about it, but basically it as we all aware there are 2 main type of surgeries.. Be BIG ONE FUSION and the others MED, LAMI, disco, etc,etc ... (I dont eve bring up laser)... This new procedure allows the DOCS to slid a saw inside you spinal colon and SAW THE INSIDE OF THE BONE to relieve pressure.. It looks like a interesting idea and they even got a video of the SURGEY.. It definately beats FUSION if u dont have any stability issues....

What do u guys/girls think about this??

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