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Dr. Pryzbylkowski of Relievus became one of the first Physicians in the state to offer a minimally invasive solution

As we get older, all individuals hope to keep their mobility, freedom and independence. Day to day tasks, such as walking to get the mail or standing to cook dinner can become laborious or even impossible, often due to a diagnosis of Lumbar Stenosis. On Wednesday September 19th, 2018, Dr. Pryzbylkowski of Relievus became one of the first Physicians in the state to offer a minimally invasive solution to patients suffering from this disease.

Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is primarily a degenerative, age-related narrowing of the lower spinal canal that is diagnosed in more than 1.2 million individuals in the U.S. each year. Onset typically occurs after the age of 50 and these symptoms include pain and numbness in the lower back, legs or buttocks, which limits the patient’s ability to stand and walk.

Vertos developed the MILD procedure to help treat this growing population of patients who are saying no to more invasive, spine destabilizing and costly surgeries. MILD is a Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression, in which a Physician removes excess ligament through a 5.1mm portal – with no incisions, sutures or overnight stays.

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Courier Post

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Voice of the People, July 2, 2018

https://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/opinion/letters/voice-of-the-people-july/article_9935a962-e266-5bbc-9265-8a48d5bad002.html

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Burlington County Times

http://www.burlingtoncountytimes.com/opinion/20180704/letters-to-editor-for-july-4

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Northeast Times

https://northeasttimes.com/letters-to-the-editor-2be645a1c7c9

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Patient Reviews

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South Jersey tries new tech in suicide prevention fight

https://www.courierpostonline.com/story/news/local/south-jersey/2018/07/04/new-jersey-suicide-risk-prevention-technology-apps/715564002/

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Independence from opioid oppression

https://www.courierpostonline.com/story/opinion/readers/2018/06/26/independence-opioid-oppression/737118002/

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Abrams news article

http://southjerseymagazine.com/articles/?articleid=2207

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Main Line Times

LETTER: Let us declare independence from oppression of opioids

To the Editor:

On July Fourth, millions of Americans will come together to celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence, an historic testimonial against oppression that still inspires people around the world.

Today, millions of Americans are confronting another kind of oppression — opioid addiction.

At Relievus, we see the effects of this horrible epidemic every day. It has destroyed families, ruined lives and even led to an historic decrease in lifespan among sectors of the U.S. population.

According to recent reports, in 2016, 11.5 million people misused prescription opioids, while over 42,000 died from an opioid overdose. Roughly 40 percent of those deaths involved a prescription opioid. But the impact isn’t limited to opioid abusers. Another report puts the economic impact of each opioid overdose death at approximately $800,000.

It’s important to understand that people who abuse opioids are not weak or inferior. They simply are people trying to deal with their pain. Eventually this pain becomes difficult to manage until it begins affecting their quality of life.

Weaning patients off opioids is an important step. But managing pain takes an intense, multi-faceted approach. Most need social support, behavioral therapy and/or individual counseling. They cannot do it alone. It will take a united and coordinated front.

On this Fourth of July, let us reignite the spirit of American courage and community. Let us work to create a new dawn of independence from the oppression caused by the abuse of opioids and other drugs.

— Young Lee, MD, Havertown

http://www.mainlinemedianews.com/mainlinetimes/opinion/letter-let-us-declare-independence-from-oppression-of-opioids/article_ee4bd1b6-74c5-11e8-9e6a-775ec321c9ac.html

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