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Treatment of Spinal Stenosis (LCS) using the DST Method (Discseel™)

70s, Male

Inquiry Contents

Patient was diagnosed with Spinal Stenosis (LCS) 5 years ago, but the symptoms suddenly worsened in May last year. He currently experiences pain and strong chills in his right buttocks and the back of the right thigh.

Patient’s lower back becomes stiff when standing but improves when he walks around. However, walking is painful for him after walking about 20-30 meters due to intermittent claudication.

Diagnostic Imaging Results

Chief Complaint:
Pain in right buttocks and right sciatic nerve region. Symptoms began occurring about 5 years ago.

Diagnosis:
Intervertebral disc degeneration and lumbar disc herniation combined with spinal stenosis (LCS) detected at L2/3 L3/4 L4/5 L5/S disc levels.

Considered to be suitable for the DST (Discseel™) Treatment with an efficacy rate of about 73-80%.

Medical Condition(s): Spinal Stenosis (LCS)

Treatment Method

DST (Discseel™) Treatment at 4 disc levels.