Similar to “removing a kink in a drinking straw,” the MILD procedure reduces the compression on nerves in the lower back caused by excess ligament to restore mobility and relieve pain.
Do you experience back and leg pain when you stand or walk? Have steroid injections stopped working?
If yes, you may be a candidate for the MILD procedure for the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis.
About Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is a condition in which the lower spinal canal narrows and compresses the nerves in the lower back. People with LSS typically experience a variety of symptoms that affect daily life, including pain and limited mobility. Aging and natural wear and tear on the spine can cause conditions that put pressure on the spinal nerves.
A MILD Procedure with Proven Results
Every year, thousands of LSS patients are able to stand longer and walk farther with less pain thanks to MILD. With an 85% patient satisfaction rate, studies show that MILD continues to improve patient functionality over time.
¹Jain, Pain Manag., 2020. 2 On file with Vertos Medical. 3 Mekhail, Pain Practice, 2021. View outcomes, data, full citations, and safety information at mildprocedure.com.