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  • Do I Need Surgery for My Sciatica Symptoms?

    Do I Need Surgery for My Sciatica Symptoms?

    Did you know that an estimated 40% of people will likely suffer from sciatica pain at some point during their life?1 In less severe cases, the pain and symptoms may resolve over time but oftentimes sciatica symptoms will become unbearable.

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  • Symptoms of Ankylosing Spondylitis

    Symptoms of Ankylosing Spondylitis

    The spine is a miraculous structure of bones, joints, and ligaments that allow for movement and bending of the body. Unfortunately, arthritis can take a toll on the spine, even at an early age. If you are having low back pain, it is important to learn about Ankylosing Spondylitis.

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  • A Patient’s Guide to Robotic Spine Surgery

    A Patient’s Guide to Robotic Spine Surgery

    Every year around 1.34 million spinal surgeries are performed across the country. Approximately 644,000 of those are robotic-assisted surgeries1.

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  • Tips to Prevent Sports Spine Injuries This Summer

    Tips to Prevent Sports Spine Injuries This Summer

    The warmer summer months invite fun outdoor activities and the beginning of summer sports. If you weren't active during the winter and spring months, slowly easing your way back into being active is best.

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  • Living with Arthritis of the Spine

    Living with Arthritis of the Spine

    Living with arthritis of the spine can be challenging. The pain, inflammation, and stiffness can occur in the spine's joints or at the sites where ligaments and tendons attach to the spine's vertebrae—typically developing in the low back and neck.

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  • 3 Reasons to Use Robotic Technology in Spine Surgery

    3 Reasons to Use Robotic Technology in Spine Surgery

    Robotic spinal surgery brings the highest level of precision, safety, and recovery for minimally invasive and open spine surgical options. Robotic surgery is a tool using artificial intelligence to assist surgeons in improving the accuracy of the surgeon's highly trained base of skills and knowledge.

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