Percutaneous Interspinous Process Fusion

The vertebral spinous process is a piece of bone that extends out from the lamina, at the very back of the spine column near the skin surface.  Interspinous process fusion creates stability in the spine and relieves pressure on associated nerves.  Since the spinous process is located near the skin’s surface, the fusion can be performed as a minimally invasive percutaneous (under-skin) procedure.

Your pain management specialist will be able to determine whether this procedure is appropriate for you, and provide more details about the procedure.  To initiate your personalized case review, please submit your MRI or call us at (877) 474-BACK.