STRENGTHENING VERTEBRAS IN THE BACK
Cracks in the spine due to bone thinning (Osteoporosis) or due to a growing process - strengthening vertebras by injecting bone glue.
Injecting the bone glue to the vertebra is done through a 2 mm cut and local anesthesia (no need for general anesthesia). The surgery is designed to strengthen a broken vertebra or a vertebra contaminated by a tumor. Injecting the bone glue reduces the pains caused by the crack, prevents the process of crack compression that leads to back disfiguration, and strengthens the vertebra's ability to handle loads. Hospitalization should last a day.