Percutaneous Discectomy Device


How the lower back procedure works

Contained disc herniation causing pain and pressure on the nerve root.

Initial entry : A small needle is guided into the symptomatic disc through a small incision in the skin.

Decompression : A patented device is inserted through the needle, into the disc, removing excess tissue.

Post operative Restored disc with treated herniation which may relieve symptoms.

Benefits of RF Disc Decompression

  • Minimally invasive
    • Anesthesia requirements are minimal
    • Elimination of complications that may result from open surgery
  • Outpatient procedure
    • No overnight hospitalization required
    • Lasts from 1-2 hours
  • Rapid recovery time
    • Patients go home the same day of treatment
  • Quick symptom relief within two weeks for most patients


  • Herniated nucleus pulposus
    (Including bulging or protrusion morphologies)
  • Discogenic pain
  • Contained disc herniations


Product Model Length Diameter
DISK SPINE Disk Spine-L 220 mm 1.45 mm
Disk Spine-C 160 mm 1.45 mm
Disk Spine-S 160 mm 0.8 mm