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Recover from Your Lumbar Spinal Stenosis(LSS) with MILD

Nearly half a million people in the United States alone, and over 2 million people across the globe suffer from lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS). If you experience tingling pain and numbness across your legs and lower back often, you may be suffering from LSS as well. The good news is you don’t have to turn to invasive surgeries or heavy medication to get rid of this persistent pain. The FDA approved MILD procedure now provides a minimally invasive, low-risk treatment that can relieve you of your symptoms so you can start enjoying life again.

What is Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS)?

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS) is a relatively common condition that typically occurs in older patients and is often caused due to age-related factors. During LSS, your spinal cord nerves are compressed because of a narrowing of your spinal canal. LSS causes pain and makes it difficult for you to walk and even carry out basic daily activities.

Recover from Your Lumbar Spinal Stenosis(LSS) with MILD

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Nearly half a million people in the United States alone, and over 2 million people across the globe suffer from lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS). If you experience tingling pain and numbness across your legs and lower back often, you may be suffering from LSS as well. The good news is you don’t have to turn to invasive surgeries or heavy medication to get rid of this persistent pain. The FDA approved MILD procedure now provides a minimally invasive, low-risk treatment that can relieve you of your symptoms so you can start enjoying life again.

What is Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS)?

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS) is a relatively common condition that typically occurs in older patients and is often caused due to age-related factors. During LSS, your spinal cord nerves are compressed because of a narrowing of your spinal canal. LSS causes pain and makes it difficult for you to walk and even carry out basic daily activities.

How Effective is MILD for Treating LSS?

The LSS MILD procedure is an outpatient treatment that targets the cause of your LSS. One of the greatest advantages of opting for MILD is that not only is the pain from your LSS treated, but it’s done so in a minimally invasive manner. Most patients return to their regular activities within 24 hours of receiving this outpatient procedure.

A study conducted by the Cleveland Clinic revealed that patients who undertake MILD were able to stand seven times longer and walk sixteen times farther after the procedure.

What Happens During the MILD Procedure?

During the procedure, your doctor inserts a small incision- the size of a baby aspirin- on your back. Your doctor will then insert specialized tools into your body and remove excess bone and thickened ligament to restore space and relieve the pressure on your nerves and spinal canal. This procedure can provide you with almost instant pain relief.

When you choose MILD for LSS relief, you don’t have to worry about:

At North West Lifestyle Health, your doctor will conduct the MILD procedure and work to remove the cause of your stenosis without using any of the above, so you don’t suffer their side effects or consequences.

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If you’re suffering from LSS, the MILD procedure for back pain may be perfect for you. It’s  highly cost-effective because it’s covered by Medicare, so you essentially pay nothing from your pocket. The procedure only lasts 30 minutes and its minimally invasive nature allows you to jump back into your daily routine almost instantly.

With an 85% satisfaction rate from the thousands of patients that receive the treatment yearly, you have everything to gain by trying this procedure. Get to the root of your LSS and enjoy the pain relief you’ve been craving by booking an appointment with North West Lifestyle Health today.

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