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Vertebral compression fractures (VCFs) are a serious and growing problem for older Americans.  They are the most common type of osteoporotic fragility fracture, often resulting in prolonged and debilitating pain.

During vertebral augmentation, a balloon catheter is used to create a void in the collapsed vertebra, helping to allow for controlled and contained cement delivery. The hardened cement creates an internal cast that stabilizes the fracture, thereby alleviating pain. The procedure has been shown in certain studies to result in effective pain relief for up to 80-90% of patients.

Schedule your consultation for Vertebral Fracture Augmentation

AMI's Endovascular Specialists have a combined over 70 years of experience in minimally invasive endovascular techniques used in peripheral arterial disease, non-healing wounds, dialysis intervention, dialysis access management, dialysis access maturation, women's health and uterine bleeding, and the cutting edge minimally invasive treatment of certain cancers.

VASCULAR INSTITUTE at
ATLANTIC MEDICAL IMAGING
609-652-6094
info@vi-ami.com