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A lot of people routinely “crack” their neck by slowly twisting their head from side to side. For most, this is a harmless action that provides some temporary stiffness relief. But other times, “crackling” sounds in the neck can be indicative of a more serious...

Many patients don’t realize that their post-operative diet has a big impact on the healing process after surgery. The fact is that what you eat can either help or hinder your body’s ability to heal after a spine surgery. In this article we will go...

Most people have experienced a muscle spasm to some extent in the past. There are many potential reasons why you may be experiencing spasms. In this article, we are going to look at the possible causes of muscle spasms before and after spine surgery, and...

Scoliosis affects many patients young and old. Its symptoms can range from mildly annoying to excruciatingly painful. In this article, we are going to focus on scoliosis – and answer some frequently asked questions about the condition. What is Scoliosis? Scoliosis is a medical term for an...

For most 20-year-olds, surgery isn’t even on the radar. But that doesn’t mean that 20 is too young for surgery. In this article, we are going to discuss spine surgery and patient age. In particular, we will answer the question of whether 20 years old...

Although the winters can be cold and brutal, Minnesotans still find ways to get outside during the winter months. As with any recreational activity, there is a potential for injury. Here are three winter activities that can potentially lead to spinal injuries – as well...

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