• Stablelink


    This device and procedure is designed to provide spinal fixation in lumbar fusion procedures, including the treatment of degenerative disc disease, spinal tumors, spinal stenosis, and trauma. The device is placed between the spinous processes, away from the neural elements including the spinal cord and spinal nerves. The implant is placed through a 2-4 inch incision using a precision guided inserter. Additional bone is removed as needed to create the required space. These devices are implanted to alleviate the compressed nerves and spinal canal. This allows increased blood flow to these spinal structures removing pain and restoring ambulatory function within weeks. Stablelink also uses fusion techniques with a bone matrix thereby fusing the decompressed areas in position.


Years of Experience




Surgeries Performed
"They're here for me anytime I call and have a question."
"They have been very helpful with working with my pain."
"Both Dr. Smith and Dr. Thompson have been a good, if not great, experience for me. I have had difficult and long [term] problems. Both of them do this job because they care deeply. [They] both show me their first desire is to help me live a functional life with this chronic pain."

Would you like to request an appointment? Call us at (619) 640-5555