Are you experiencing back or neck pain and wondering if you have a slipped disc? Slipped discs go by many names - herniated disc, protruding disc, ruptured disc, and bulging disc.
The emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) technology has driven advances in robotic surgery. AI enhances the accuracy and precision of surgical procedures such as spinal surgeries.
Did you know that 266 million individuals (3.63%) worldwide are diagnosed with degenerative lumbar disease yearly?1 Degenerative lumbar disease is a painful and chronic condition brought on by the deterioration of the lumbar spine ...
Researching and evaluating a spinal doctor is critical in treatment for your back or neck pain. In addition to getting to know your surgeon's experience and area of expertise, it is important to ask questions about your condition and/or recommended procedure.
The sciatic nerve is the longest and largest nerve in the body, originating at the spine's base and running along the back of the legs into the feet. The nerve provides functions to the lower limbs making walking, running, and standing possible. The experience of sciatic nerve pain can be debilitating.
Experiencing pain and numbness in your hands and arms can often be related to a disc herniation in your neck. If you find that medications, physical therapy, and alternative therapies aren't helping this pain and numbness, it may be time to seek cervical disc replacement options.