Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS) is Primarily a Degenerative, Age-Related Narrowing of the Lower Spinal Canal – Treatment with mild®
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Minimally Invasive Stenosis Treatment | The Mild® Procedure
Onset typically occurs after the age of 50 and these symptoms include pain and numbness in the lower back, legs or buttocks, that limit a patient’s ability to stand and walk.
mild® – Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression
Dr. Naftulin and the Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates (NERA) provide cutting edge minimally invasive procedures in addition to a multi-specialty approach to addressing lumbar spinal stenosis. Dr. Naftulin and his NERA associate, Dr. Connor, are among a select group of Interventional Pain Management Physicians who perform a minimally invasive lumbar decompression to help treat this disease.
About the mild® Procedure
mild® is a short, outpatient treatment for lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) that restores space in the spinal canal to help improve back and leg pain.* Using specialized tools and imaging, mild® addresses a major root cause of LSS by removing thickened ligament through an incision smaller than the size of baby aspirin, leaving no implants behind, only a Band-Aid.
The minimally invasive mild® Procedure has a safety profile similar to epidural steroid injections but with lasting results, and patients typically return to normal activity within 24 hours with no restrictions.* mild® is covered nationwide by Medicare (all ages, all plan types, including Medicare Advantage) the VA, U.S. Military & IHS. Commercial coverage varies.