Use of Orthobiologic Supplementation Greatly Improves Recovery Results after Lumbar Micro-Discectomy

BOTHELL, WA, February 13, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Spine Institute Northwest founder Solomon Kamson, MD, Ph.D., was recently published in The Journal of Clinical Medicine Research for a 7-year long study revealing positive results of the use of orthobiologic supplementation during endoscopic-assisted lumbar decompression surgery.

The study reveals that injecting orthobiologics like amniotic-derived products (ADP) and bone marrow aspiration (BMA) into the surgery site during endoscopic-assisted lumbar decompression surgery results in improved pain control.

In this level 1 evidence-based original research work, 269 patients underwent endoscopic-assisted lumbar decompressive surgery and were randomized to receive ADP, BMA, both, or no supplementation. Up to 12 months after surgery, patients who had received ADP, BMA, or both showed significant improvement compared to the results of those in the control group. The results displayed the safety, efficacy, and effectiveness of the use of injectable orthobiologics in the treatment of annular tissue defects.

About Dr. Kamson, MD, Ph.D.: Dr. Kamson, MD, Ph.D., founder of the Spine Institute Northwest, a laser spine surgery center, is a world-renowned educator and speaker having presented research at the World Congress of the World Federation of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery and the 1st China Congress On Cervical Spine Endoscopic Technique. He has published numerous book chapters in the fields of Interventional Pain and Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. Recent original research publications include “Full Endoscopic Assisted Lumbar Decompressive Surgery Performed in an Outpatient, Ambulatory Facility: Report of 5 Years of Complications and Risk Factors” and “Full-Endoscopic Lumbar Fusion Outcomes in Patients with Minimal Deformities: A Retrospective Study of Data Collected Between 2011 and 2015” The Spine Institute Northwest has a Fellowship training program with the University of Washington School of Medicine and has achieved Excellence in Pain Practice Award for Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Pain Practice, the highest honor awarded by the World Institute of Pain.


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