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Spinal discs make it possible for us to move, balance, and simply stand without falling over. Unfortunately, there are many things that can go wrong with these discs. In this article, we are going to talk about spinal discs and spinal fluid. In particular, we’ll...

After a minimally invasive spinal procedure (or any surgery for that matter), patients are hyper-vigilante about recognizing any potential problems that may result from surgery. But typically once the patient gets through the initial weeks and months of recovery and returns to their daily routine,...

Spine surgery, or any surgery for that matter, can be exhausting – both physically and mentally. But there are some easy steps you can take to keep your energy up after spine surgery. In this article, we will offer a few tips for overcoming exhaustion...

Prescription drugs are, by definition, regulated. You can’t go down to your local drug store and buy them like ibuprofen. Rather, you need a prescription from a licensed medical professional. It’s up to the discretion of the prescribing doctor to determine how much of a...

Minimally invasive spine surgery is a great option for patients with herniated discs. However, like all treatments, there is a chance of the disc reherniating after surgery. This article will explore the topic of reherniation after minimally invasive spinal disc surgery. We will discuss why...

Many people are under the impression that there is a certain age range for back pain and related conditions. But back pain knows no age. This article will dive into the topic of age and back pain – we’ll discuss the various conditions and injuries...

Herniated discs are one of the more common causes of back pain. Symptoms can range from mild to extreme back pain, as well as sensory issues in the back and extremities. Many patients want to know whether or not a herniated disc will get worse...

For patients who suffer from chronic back pain, managing the pain is an ongoing process. Some people can effectively manage their pain with various conservative treatment options (i.e. pain pills, injections, etc.). But sometimes the pain becomes unmanageable and disrupts a person’s ability to function....

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