Created to inform my patients and the general public about how I see chiropractic's role in health care, particularly spinal care and other neuromusculoskeletal conditions. I hope to educate and to be educated in the process.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Spinal Stenosis: Steps Clinical Study for the Minimally Invasive Totalis Procedure
Right now spine specialists around the United States are accepting patient's diagnosed with or who may have spinal stenosis for the Steps Clinical Trial. Do you suffer with pain, tingling, or numbness in your leg(s) when walking or standing? Have medications and injections failed to provide relief? Are you considering a lumbar decompression surgery? You may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study designed to produce scientific information to demonstrate the treatment effect of the Totalis procedure, a minimally-invasive alternative to traditional spine surgery that does not require general anesthesia and allows most patients to return home the same day. The Study is intended to provide clinical data required by Medicare to support insurance coverage. Learn more about the Steps Clinical Study for the Totalis Procedure and find Study locations.