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The Vertiflex Procedure

Superion Indirect Decompression System

Clinical Data

The Vertiflex Procedure is supported by 5-year Level 1 evidence to treat all forms of moderate Lumbar Spinal Stenosis without fusion while maintaining sagittal alignment.1,2,3

Randomized Controlled Trial

The Vertiflex Procedure is supported by a 5-year Level 1 RCT that established our extensive clinical evidence: 

Back Pain Improvement

66% Back Pain Improvement Infographic.

Leg Pain Improvement

75% Leg Pain Improvement Infographic.

Opioid Reduction

85% Opioid Reduction Infographic.

Patient Satisfaction

90% Patient Satisfaction Infographic.

The RCT demonstrated effectiveness for all types of moderate Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS): Central, Lateral and Foraminal

LSS is a Common Problem

Patients with LSS experience pain while standing or walking, weakness or balance issues, loss of sensation, and tingling or cramping in the buttocks or legs, with or without accompanying back pain. LSS patients often find relief by leaning forward or sitting to ease the pressure on nerves in the spine. The Vertiflex Procedure treats the root cause of pain by lifting pressure from the nerve roots at the affected segment. For patients with moderate LSS, the Vertiflex Procedure is designed to provide clinically proven, long-term relief.

LSS Patient Types

LSS Patient Types Infographic.

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS): Central, Lateral and Foraminal

Spinal Diagram.

Real-World Outcomes

The prospective Vertiflex Procedure Registry confirmed the high patient satisfaction from the RCT.

80% Patient Satisfaction§,3

Robust clinical evidence shows that The Vertiflex Procedure is an excellent choice for patients with moderate LSS