Post-Op

The thyroid is a very important gland in the neck that secretes and regulates various hormones throughout the body. In this article, we are going to discuss the potential risk of developing a thyroid issue after a minimally invasive spinal surgery, and how to best...

Getting back to work can cause a lot of anxiety for spine surgery patients who fear that they may not be physically ready to perform work functions after a surgical procedure. In this article, we are going to talk about a few ways you can...

We’ve talked before about why it’s good to be active while you recover from your minimally invasive spinal procedure. That means getting off the couch, doing your prescribed exercises, and walking around. But some patients want to know how much walking is too much. That’s...

Physical therapy is an important part of a successful surgical recovery. But you should be strategic about the specific exercises you do while recovering. Certain stretches and exercises (standard sit ups, for example) can put excess pressure on the surgical wounds in your back and...

On the operating table, your spine surgeon is in charge and it is up to them to do a great job. After your procedure, the responsibility shifts to you – the patient. It’s important to do everything in your power to help your body recover...

Post-op pain after spine surgery is to be expected in small amounts. But what if you start experiencing long-lasting pain that persists for weeks and months after your surgery? In this article, we are going to walk through the potential causes of buttock pain after...

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