Your active lifestyle doesn’t have to stop because you suffer from degenerative disc disease…
Discseel® Procedures Performed1
Average Spinal Fusion Successes3
1. Statistic is measured across all locations in the United States
2. of Discseel® Procedure patients report an improvement and a reduction in overall pain
3. of patients who previously had a failed spinal surgery get relief from a Spinal Fusion
Every experienced spine surgeon, without exception, knows patients are no better or worse following their spine surgery. While there were successes, it was the countless “failures” that inspired the creation of a much less invasive procedure to combat degenerated discs and chronic back pain.
The Discseel® Procedure uses Fibrin, occasionally supplemented with PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) or stem cells, to repair discs, to decrease pain and allow increased activity. Studies confirm that Fibrin strengthens discs almost immediately – something stem cells can’t do. The Discseel® Procedure has successfully treated the following conditions:
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Annular Tears
- Chronic Low Back Pain
- Herniated Disc
Here is What to Expect
The Discseel® Procedure Vs. Spinal Fusion
THE DISCSEEL® PROCEDURE
See how the two procedures compare:
For decades, physicians have been recommending spinal fusions to patients, only for them to fail. These life-altering procedures have lead to some of the highest percentages of surgical failures and opioid dependency among surgical patients. So the real question is: why are doctors not recommending a procedure that has greater success? It’s simple, an average spinal fusion patient is worth between $250,000 and $750,000 in insurance payouts over the patient’s lifetime. It was the high failure that lead to the creation of the Discseel® Procedure. So how do the two procedures compare to each other? Here are some facts:
- In over 40% of patients that receive a spinal fusion, the fusion does not address the long term source of the pain.
- At least 1/3 of all spinal fusion patients need a second or third fusion of their spine within 10 years.
- The Discseel® Procedure has been successful in permanently relieving
back pain in 70% of patients that had a previous failed spinal procedure, such as a spinal fusion.
- The Discseel® Procedure is a non-invasive outpatient procedure, whereas a spinal fusion is an invasive procedure that leaves scars, hardware and requires days of recovery in a hospital.