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Remove the Problem and Leave Nothing Behind.

mild® removes a major root cause of lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) to improve back and leg pain.

mild® for Patients

An hour may change everything for patients with lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS). Find out how this minimally invasive, outpatient procedure, which has a safety profile similar to an epidural steroid injection (ESI), may help you stand longer and walk farther with less pain.

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What mild® Patients are Saying

Do You Have Any of These Common LSS Symptoms?

Diagram of standing lower back pain

Pain or numbness in lower back when standing

Diagram of walking lower back pain

Pain, numbness or tingling in legs or buttocks when walking

Diagram of leaning forward lower back pain

Relief when sitting or leaning forward

mild® for Healthcare Professionals

Help your LSS patients, even those with comorbidities, by removing a major root cause of their neurogenic claudication. Move to mild® to provide patients with long-term relief using a therapy that has a safety profile equivalent to an ESI, but with lasting results. Learn more about the minimally invasive mild® Procedure’s key benefits, clinical outcomes and how it can be incorporated into your treatment algorithm.

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What mild® Physicians are Saying

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Our CEO, Eric Wichems, had the honor of joining an #ASPN2024 panel discussion on “Explosive Innovation and Limited Patient Access in Minimally Invasive Spine: Fixing a Broken System.”

Thank you to the American Society of Pain and Neuroscience (@aspn_painneuro) for hosting this important talk and their advocacy for improved patient access!

Interested in resources to help increase patient access to Mild? Visit the 🔗 link in bio.
Thank you to everyone who attended our #ASPN2024 symposium on “A New Era for IPM: Elevate Your Practice & Your Community Through Mild.”

A special thanks to our fantastic panel of speakers: Dr. David M. Dickerson (@daviddickersonmd), Advanced Practice Provider Zohra Hussaini, Dr. Rebecca Sanders, and Dr. Peter Pryzbylkowski (@drpryz). We’re grateful to their dedication to the IPM community. We know that their insights and experiences will help many providers grow their practices, expand patient access, and enhance patient experience.

Click the 🔗 link in bio to stay up to date on Mild news and our ASPN 2024 activities.
#ASPN2024 is off to a great start, and we’re already hearing lots of wonderful success stories from providers! There’s nothing we love more than learning how your patients and your practice are thriving because of Mild.

Do you have a story to tell about how Mild is elevating your patients, practice, or community? Stop by our booth to record your story! We’ll be sharing the recordings on our social media channels soon.

Click the 🔗 link in bio to learn more about our program at ASPN!
Meet us in Miami! Stop by our booth at #ASPN2024 to get the latest Mild Procedure marketing resources, share your Mild success stories, get featured on our social media channels, and learn more about our latest data.

Drop by the 🔗 link in bio to stay up to date on our ASPN program.
We’re excited to check out new data at #ASPN2024, including “MOTION Study: Two-Year Follow-Up of Crossover Patients Treated with the Mild Procedure” by Dr. Sherif Costandi.

Swing by our booth to discuss the study and the Mild Procedure for #LSS. Not going to ASPN? Click the 🔗 link in bio for more info!
#ASPN2024 is right around the corner! Don’t forget to attend our lunch symposium on “A New Era for IPM: Elevate Your Practice & Your Community Through Mild.”

This interactive discussion with Dr. David Dickerson (@daviddickersonmd), Advanced Practice Provider Zohra Hussaini, Dr. Peter Pryzbylkowski (@drpryz), and Dr. Rebecca Sanders will explore how they’ve implemented the Mild Procedure to help #LSS patients reclaim quality of life and mobility while growing their own practices and elevating IPM care.

Need more info? Check out our ASPN program at the 🔗 link in bio.
We are excited to introduce new members of #TeamVertos!

Welcome aboard District Sales Managers, John Peterson and Jeroen Kistemaker; and District Sales Specialist, Kaylee Thompson.

Interested in joining our team? Click the 🔗 link in bio for employment opportunities.
Patient word of mouth can make a big impact! Dr. Aileen Padilla (@painlesspadilla) found her practice started to grow when patients shared their Mild experiences with one another:

“Their neighbors see them walking around, and notice that hey, they’re standing up straighter. It seems like they’re going for a walk every day. And then they ask them, ‘well, what did you do?’”

Visit the 🔗 link in bio to discover how Mild for #LSS can help grow & differentiate your practice.
Going to #ASPN2024? We’ll be there, and Dr. Tim Deer (@timdeer30a) will be sharing the latest 3-year results on the Mild Procedure from the MOTION Study. Stop by our booth to discuss the latest data!
 
Visit the 🔗 link in bio to get updates on our ASPN program (@aspn_painneuro).
Dr. Brian Durkin (@dr_durkin_interventional_pain) calls the Mild Procedure “one of the first really big breakthroughs in the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis (#LSS).”

Now, he and his practice can offer Mild to bridge the gap between injections and surgery, especially for elderly patients who tend to have higher surgical risk.

Go to the 🔗 link in bio to find out how we’re expanding access to Mild & how you can help.
We’re very excited to host a symposium discussion at #ASPN2024 with Dr. David Dickerson (@daviddickersonmd), Advanced Practice Provider Zohra Hussaini, Dr. Peter Pryzbylkowski (@drpryz), and Dr. Rebecca Sanders on “A New Era for IPM: Elevate Your Practice & Your Community Through Mild.”

Our panel of speakers will share how they’ve:

▶️ implemented the Mild Procedure for #LSS to help patients reclaim quality of life through mobility and lasting relief.

▶️ integrated Mild into care pathways while navigating busy OR schedules.

▶️ collaborated with APPs and surgeons to identify and educate patients.

▶️ positioned their practice as the go-to pain management provider in their communities.

To get more info on the program, visit the 🔗 link in bio.
At #ASPN2024, we’re celebrating over 100,000 patients treated with the Mild Procedure for lumbar spinal stenosis (#LSS)!

To honor this milestone, join our lunch symposium on Friday, 7/12 & stop by our booth to learn how Dr. David Dickerson (@davedickersonmd) and leading Mild providers are elevating their practice and community through Mild.

Go to the 🔗 link in bio for more info on our ASPN program.
Congratulations, Mild Providers! Together, we’ve treated over 100,000 patients suffering from lumbar spinal stenosis (#LSS) with the Mild Procedure.

We’re so grateful for your partnership. Your commitment to Mild has helped patients improve quality of life through increased mobility and lasting relief. *

As we reflect on this accomplishment, we’re sharing success stories from leading providers who have enhanced the patient experience, expanded patient access, and established a thriving practice through Mild.

*Visit the 🔗 link in bio to hear their stories and view clinical data.
Is your patient assessment optimized? Consider adding the following topics to your pre-appointment paperwork, online scheduling forms, and/or questions asked by staff:

❔ Where is/are your pain/other symptoms located?
❔ How long can you walk or stand without resting?
❔ What treatments or therapies have you tried in the past?
❔ What are your ultimate lifestyle or mobility goals?

Based on the patient's response, it may be appropriate to proactively discuss the #MOVE2mild.

Learn more about the Mild Procedure at the 🔗 link in bio.
Before the Mild Procedure, 86-year-old Marlene from Willoughby, OH couldn’t live with the pain she was experiencing. She was unable to stand upright while walking up the stairs and says she couldn’t walk more than 10 feet at a time without pain.
 
After receiving the Mild Procedure in February 2024, Marlene was back to her routine the very first day with no restrictions, allowing her to get back to her duties as her elderly husband’s caretaker.
 
“Don’t hesitate,” she tells other patients who may be considering Mild. “If your doctor is recommending it, I say go ahead with it.”
 
Learn more about the Mild Procedure for patients with lumbar spinal stenosis (#LSS) at the 🔗 link in bio.
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