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For back pain caused by spinal fractures

Are you suffering from severe back pain?

Are you wondering if you have osteoporosis? Have you already had back surgery? Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms?


Sharp Back Pain
Low Back Pain
Mid Back Pain
Upper Back Pain
Neck Pain


Chronic Back Pain
Shoulder Pain
Pain Around the Ribcage
Tingling or Numbness
Leg or Hip Pain


A vertebral compression fracture (VCF) occurs when one of the bones in your spine weakens and collapses. The fracture occurs in the round column-like portion of your vertebrae. These back fractures commonly occur as a result of osteoporosis, cancer, or some form of traumatic injury.

Kyphoplasty Can Fix Spinal Fractures 

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    Vertebral fractures leads to KYPHOSIS (curvature of the spine) and pinched nerve pain.

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    Kyphoplasty Helps Back Pain Sufferers

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    Balloon kyphoplasty is an outpatient procedure used to treat painful, acute vertebral compression fractures (VCF) associated with osteoporosis, cancer, or bone trauma.

    During the kyphoplasty procedure collapsed vertebrae are filled with a special bone cement to restore the shape and strength of the vertebral body.

    Balloon Kyphoplasty How it's Done

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    What Happens During Kyphoplasty?

    First, a needle is inserted into the compressed vertebrae.

    A balloon is inserted through the needle into the vertebral body then inflated to create a cavity and gently lift the bone sections into normal position.

    The cavity created from the balloon is then filled with orthopedic cement – a bone cement technically know as polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) – which hardens quickly to create an internal cast, stabilizing the bone.

    Numerous studies have been done on kyphoplasty, including the EVOLVE kyphoplasty study, which showed that kyphoplasty patients reported a 72% reduction in back pain. It is one of the best studied procedures in scientific literature related to the spine.

    Benefits of Kyphoplasty

    Clinical research shows multiple benefits for patients who have kyphoplasty. Prior to kyphoplasty many patients reported back pain so severe that they had difficulty climbing stairs, bending or kneeling, or simply caring for themselves.

    After Kyphoplasty, patients reported:

    • Major reductions in back pain (that last long after the procedure)
    • Improved ability to walk unassisted
    • Improved ability to care for one’s daily activities
    • Reduced days needed for bed rest
    • Improved quality of life
    • Improved overall health status

    Many patients simply say that “kyphoplasty gave me my life back!”

    Kyphoplasty Recovery Times

    Kyphoplasty surgery is a minimally-invasive procedure typically performed on an outpatient basis. Studies show that most patients who undergo kyphoplasty surgery experience immediate improvement in back pain.

    Kyphoplasty recovery times will vary by patient, but most patients are advised to avoid any strain or stressful movements for the first 24 hours, then slowly resume normal activities over the course of the next several days and weeks.

    Dr. James Webb – Kyphoplasty Expert

    Dr. James WebbDr. James Webb is a Board Certified Radiologist and nationally-recognized physician specializing in osteoporosis and bone health.

    In his 11+ years in practice, he has performed thousands of kyphoplasty procedures to fix vertebral compression fractures.

    Recently, Dr. Webb was a principal investigator in the EVOLVE kyphoplasty study – the largest clinical trial of its kind to date – that tracked the results of 350 kyphoplasty patients across the nation. Learn more about Kyphoplasty success rates.

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    Kyphoplasty in Northeast Oklahoma

    Dr. James Webb & Associates serves patients from all over Northeast Oklahoma and beyond. Communities include: Bartlesville, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Coweta, Claremore, Collinsville, Glenpool, Grand Lake, Inola, Jenks, Owasso, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Skiatook and everywhere in between.

    Did you know?

    Common medications may cause bone loss and contribute to the onset of osteoporosis. Some of these include: antacids, anti-anxiety drugs, anti-depressants, steroid medications, diabetes medications, diuretics, opioid pain medications, heart medications, contraceptives and others.

    We are seeing men and women in their 20’s and 30’s with osteoporosis symptoms.

    Patient Reviews & Testimonials

    "Dr. Webb is very supportive and actually takes the time to listen to your problems before he comes up with the treatments you may need. Instead of just looking at the xrays and telling you what you need. And this is way more helpful and benifits the patient. I hadn't had a doctor just listen to me and then come up with a plan before and because of that I feel better than I have in a long time. I appreciate the sincere concern for my health his team always gives me."

    Terry S.

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    "Dr James Webb is a God sent miracle. He has changed my outlook from death to life without having total back surgery. Thank you Dr James Webb I have recommended him to several people."

    Patricia M.

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    "Dr. Webb and his staff took such great care of me...the procedures he did kept me from having to have extensive neck surgery!"

    Becky A.

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    "Dr, Webb and his staff are utmost professional and I have never had any problems getting questions answered or even calling to speak with staff of anything. To say the least, Dr Webb has given me a new lease on life. Without his treatment, I would unable to complete the minimal daily tasks, much less work. I am so grateful for this team."

    Donna L.

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    "Dr James Webb and his nurse practitioner Jenny have given me my life back!!! Just so sorry it took me 10 years to find them!"

    Jackie W.

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    "I am an xray Tech and have seen numerous spine surgeon's, orthopedists and other Doctors miss fractures. It takes a special skill and gift to read/see fractures. I worked with Dr James Webb and he has that gift. He is an incredibly awesome Radiologist!"

    Edward R.

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    "I've had several Dr's since I was injured and dr webb is by far the best I've ever had. Always straight and don't dance around the truth. It's difficult to find a Dr these days that truly cares about those they're trying to help. He does I believe. God bless you all."

    James C.

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    "I went to Dr Webb after 9 years of pain & being told I had bulging discs by a couple & Drs I was told I had bad arthritis by later spine institute in OKC & for $10,000 they could fix my problem I heard Dr Webb's commercial & my girlfriend made me an appointment & he tells me I had fractures in my spine that he could fix & probably get rid of 90% of my pain with a procedure called kypoplasti & my back feels at least 80-90% better so I recommend if you've been told there's nothing they can do go see Dr Webb he knows what he's doing."

    James O.

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    Dr. James Webb & Associates, 6550 E 71st St #200, Tulsa, OK 74133

    Dr. James Webb & Associates