Is this right for you?

Do you experience pain or weakness in your back, buttocks, or legs when you stand or walk?

Do you use a cane, walker, or shopping cart to move around more comfortably?

Do you frequently need to lean or bend forward, or sit down to find relief?

Do you want to live a more active lifestyle without the burden of pain?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above

you may be a candidate for the Vertiflex® Procedure.

How does it work?

The Vertiflex® Procedure uses a small spacer that is placed inside the spine without damaging any nearby bone or tissue.  Once inserted, the implant’s arms open around the spinous processes (the bumps you can feel in your spine) and hold the space open. This preserves the necessary space in the spine, lifting pressure off the nerves in the lower back which can result in the reduction or elimination of leg and back pain. This simple and streamlined procedure can be completed at an outpatient center.

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Why Vertiflex®?

The Vertiflex® Procedure is the only FDA approved, minimally invasive, indirect decompression device to treat lumbar spinal stenosis. It can provide a solution for the ongoing leg and back pain with minimal recovery time to help stenosis sufferers return to enjoying day-to-day life again. In addition, the Vertiflex® Procedure offers the following benefits:

  1. Clinically proven to show relief lasting for five years
  2. Non-opioid solution that can help reduce pre-existing opioid use
  3. No removal or disruption to any bone or tissue
  4. No general anesthesia required
  5. Can be performed in an outpatient setting
  6. Completely reversible, leaving all treatment options available in the future
  7. Low risk of infections or complications

Proven and Preferred

The Vertiflex® Procedure conducted the largest, most robust clinical trial on lumbar spinal stenosis. The results proved that the procedure is effective in treating lumbar spinal stenosis satisfying patients around the U.S.


Vertiflex® continues to collect data on patients treated, which shows continued effectiveness and safety.
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