Percutaneous Vertebroplasty for Osteoporosis in Warsaw, Poland
Osteoporosis can be treated with the vertebroplasty procedure in Poland. See below how the procedure can help your condition, if you suffer from Osteoporosis.
Percutaneous vertebroplasty, also known as PVP, has been performed since around 2002. The procedure is generally performed on individuals who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis, or loss of bone mass, due to aging. Because of this lack of bone mass, individuals are at an increased risk for spinal fractures. Such fractures are often called compression fractures, caused by the collapse of weakened bones in the spine.
The condition generally causes:
In many cases, the fracture will heal by itself, but in others, pain increases as the bones are crushed and move away from each other. This results in:
How much does Ostoporosis Treatment with Vertebroplasty cost in Poland?
Hospitalization for Osteoporosis Treatment in Poland
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