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29th Napa Pain Conference Posters

Real-World Pain Relief Outcomes Using an Interspinous Spacer for Treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis


Effective leg pain responder rate and pain severity have been previously demonstrated In patients implanted with an Interspinous Spacer out to 12-months post-operation. This is a consecutive, multi-center, case-series based on retrospective chart review as part of an on-going, real­-world evaluation of Indirect Decompression Systems (IDS) outcomes for lumbar spinal stenosis. Patients reported a mean NRS pain score 9.4 ± 0.5 prior to IDS implant, and a 5.4-point improvement (p<0.0001, n = 41) was reported at last follow-up (mean = 115 days). The preliminary evidence derived from this on-going, real-world observational case-series aligns so far with other published reports.


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