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  • Does Physical Therapy Work to Provide Long Term Relief?

    Does Physical Therapy Work to Provide Long Term Relief?

    It has been estimated that about 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Over-the-counter pain medications may provide temporary pain relief, but are generally not considered a good long term solution.

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  • Artificial Disc Replacement or Spinal Fusion: Which is a Better Treatment Option for You?

    Artificial Disc Replacement or Spinal Fusion: Which is a Better Treatment Option for You?

    Spinal fusion and artificial disc replacement are both surgical options for back and neck pain and loss of spine mobility that ....

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  • Elective Surgeries have Resumed; How to Prepare Yourself for Surgery during the Coronavirus Pandemic

    Elective Surgeries have Resumed; How to Prepare Yourself for Surgery during the Coronavirus Pandemic

    With the first wave of COVID-19 peaking in parts of the country, some of the restrictions put in place to prevent spread of the disease are being relaxed. Many elective surgeries such as joint replacement have resumed. Here’s how to prepare yourself for surgery during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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  • How to get the Most Comfortable Sleep after an SI Joint Fusion

    How to get the Most Comfortable Sleep after an SI Joint Fusion

    Most patients will have some degree of discomfort in the lower back region with routine activities in the days following their SI joint fusion surgery. Making sure you get enough of restful sleep is important to ensuring a speedy postsurgical recovery. Here’s how to get the most comfortable sleep after an SI joint fusion.

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  • How to Protect your Spine while Playing Golf

    How to Protect your Spine while Playing Golf

    Does your back feel sore after a game of golf? You are not alone. A lot of golfers develop lower back issues. Repeatedly swinging a golf club can put a lot of stress on your back.

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  • Spinal Osteoarthritis Treatment Options

    Spinal Osteoarthritis Treatment Options

    Symptoms of spinal osteoarthritis can creep up on you gradually. It may begin with mild stiffness and pain in the back which slowly becomes worse. You may experience weakness, numbness, tingling, and pain running down your arms or legs as well. While there is no cure for osteoarthritis, the progression of the disease can be slowed down or halted with the right treatment.

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