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Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression (MILD) Treatment

Are you among the millions of people diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS)? Patients like you suffering from LSS can finally discover relief from chronic pain and poor mobility with MILD treatment from the Texas Institute of Pain and Spine in Pearland, TX. If chronic back pain and difficulties walking continue to drive your discomfort and complicate your daily life, MILD treatment – or minimally invasive lumbar decompression – is a fast, highly effective procedure that may be the perfect solution to alleviate your symptoms.

Our physicians at the Texas Institute of Pain and Spine are experts in pain therapy and management, specializing in LSS treatments that require no general anesthesia, stitches, steroids, opioids, or implants. Explore how Dr. LaFleur and his team of healthcare providers can remove the cause of your spinal stenosis and get you back to your active lifestyle.

Mild Procedure for Patients with LSS in Pearland

What Is Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS)?

LSS is a common condition typically in adults over 50 years of age that occurs when the spinal canal narrows and puts pressure on the spine and spinal nerve roots in the lower back. This condition paves the way for many complications that detract from your comfort throughout any given day, from pain and numbness in the back, legs, and buttocks to general weakness and trouble walking. LSS develops through many factors, including age, family health history, and injury.

If your current treatment plan doesn’t seem to produce any results or relieve your discomfort, we proudly offer state-of-the-art stenosis treatment that will provide quick results and transform your ability to perform your daily activities. Ready to take the next step toward significantly improving your LSS and overall health? Learn more about MILD stenosis treatment from the Texas Institute of Pain and Spine and get started today.

The MILD Procedure – What It Is & How It Works

MILD treatment is a low-risk, outpatient procedure specifically designed to relieve the symptoms of spinal stenosis without the need for invasive surgical treatment methods. During the procedure, a tiny, single incision no bigger than the size of a baby aspirin is made in your lower back. We then use an advanced imaging machine and specialized tools to restore space in your spinal canal by safely removing small amounts of bone and thickened tissue that put unwanted pressure on your nerves.

MILD stenosis treatment helps provide long-lasting results in eliminating your pain and significantly improving your mobility with a much faster recovery time compared to traditional surgery.

What to Expect During & After MILD Treatment

The MILD procedure itself typically takes less than an hour to complete. Many patients who undergo MILD treatment experience immediate relief from their symptoms like back pain and discomfort caused by walking and standing for long periods of time. Because the procedure is performed relatively quickly and requires only a small, minimally-invasive incision, no unnecessary trauma is caused to the surrounding tissue, allowing patients to return home directly after treatment and regain an active lifestyle.

Schedule Your MILD Treatment Consultation Today

Don’t let lumbar spinal stenosis continue to hold you back from your daily comfort or your full potential.

Dr. LaFleur and his team of certified pain management professionals here at the Texas Institute of Pain and Spine take great care in providing effective pain therapy personalized to the unique needs of patients of all ages and backgrounds throughout the Pearland, TX region.

Ready to retake command of your mobility and say goodbye to your LSS symptoms? Contact our friendly staff to schedule an appointment with one of our pain specialists. Our expert care and cutting-edge technology are here to help you achieve the relief you need and the active lifestyle you deserve. Get your personalized treatment plan started today!

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