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Conditions that could be causing
your back pain.

Take an active role in understanding your pain so you can get the best possible care from your doctor.

You can trust Stryker’s product portfolio to help treat facet joint pain, spinal fractures, osteoporosis and herniated discs. From the office to the operating room and every stop in between, we’re here to serve you with a portfolio built on innovation and a legacy of customer support.

Facet Joint Pain
Facet joint pain

A lifetime of walking, standing, lifting, and twisting causes significant back pain for nearly 80% of all adults.1For many, the facet joints are often the primary source of their suffering.2 3

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Herniated Disc
Herniated disc

Nearly 10 million men and women suffer from lower back and leg pain caused by a herniated or ruptured disc.4Herniated discs are painful and may leave you feeling helpless and unable to do everyday activities.

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knee pain
Knee pain

A lifetime of walking, standing, lifting and twisting causes significant knee pain for nearly one in five adults over the age of 50.5

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Osteoporosis, which means "porous bones," causes bones to become weak and brittle — so brittle that even mild stresses like bending over, opening a window or coughing can cause a painful fracture.

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Sacral fracture
Sacral insufficiency fractures

Sacral insufficiency fractures are an often under diagnosed condition in the elderly population, typically presenting with severe low back pain resulting in immobility.

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Vertebral Compression Fracture
Spinal fracture

Fragility fractures are a serious and growing problem for older adults. In fact, 50% of women and 25% of men will have an osteoporotic fracture in their lifetime.6Compression fractures of the spine (also known as vertebral compression fractures or VCFs) are the most common with an estimated 700,000 such fractures reported nationally each year.7

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