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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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  • Why Minimally Invasive Techniques in Spine Surgery Is a Must Have

    Why Minimally Invasive Techniques in Spine Surgery Is a Must Have

    There are many benefits to minimally invasive surgical procedures instead of open spinal surgery. Minimally invasive surgeries, also known as MISS, are safer, require less recovery time, and have higher patient satisfaction.

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  • New Year, New Spine

    New Year, New Spine

    If you’re in need of a new year's resolution, make it your goal to adopt healthy spine practices. The spinal cord is essential to your ability to move your body, which is why it is extremely important to keep it healthy.

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  • Top Signs of Spinal Stenosis

    Top Signs of Spinal Stenosis

    Chronic back pain can be an isolating and exhausting experience. Understanding where your back pain is coming from is an important step towards healing. Spinal stenosis is a painful but common condition that primarily affects us as we age.

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  • Best Stretches for Sciatica Pain

    Best Stretches for Sciatica Pain

    For anyone who has experienced sciatic nerve pain, you know the pain can be excruciating and debilitating. Everyday tasks like driving or standing can bring extreme discomfort.

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