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5 of the Most Common Back Conditions and How to Treat Them

Dealing with back pain is not only uncomfortable, but it can also interfere with your quality of life and ability to do the things you want to. There are a number of different bank conditions that you could be suffering from, so it’s important to understand what they are and how to treat them. Read on […]

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What Is Disc Replacement Surgery and When Would I Need It?

Approximately 40 percent of adults over the age of 40 suffer from degenerative disc disease, as do nearly 80 percent of those who are over the age of 80. If you suffer from degenerative disc disease or have other spinal disc issues, you know how uncomfortable they can be. You might even feel as if […]

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4 Amazing Health Benefits of Getting Scoliosis Treatment

Scoliosis (also known as an abnormal curvature of the spine) is a serious problem for adults in the U.S. This condition affects anywhere from 2.5-25 percent of the population, and many more cases likely go undiagnosed. Have you found out recently that you have scoliosis? Or have you been aware of it for a long time […]

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Understanding Spinal Fusion Surgery

Chronic back pain is a common complaint among Americans. Lower back pain, in particular, is especially problematic. In fact, approximately 80 percent of U.S. adults will struggle with lower back pain at some point in their lives. If you’ve been dealing with severe lower back pain for a long time and nothing seems to be […]

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Back Surgery Recovery: 5 Helpful Tips to Use

Have you recently had back surgery? You’re not alone. 500,000 Americans undergo back surgery each year. Your back was already to the point that you decided surgery would be the best option for you, and hopefully, you’ll begin to see an improvement of your original symptoms. However, being proactive and recovering from back surgery correctly […]

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Bulged Disc vs. Herniated Disc: What’s the Difference?

One-half of all Americans suffer from some back pain, which adds up to nearly 300 million days of work missed. Back pain is a broad term, but in many cases, the cause is the spine, most notably, the discs. Two common problems with the discs in your spine are bulged discs and herniated discs. But what’s […]

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Epidural Injections for Back Pain Relief: What to Expect

Back pain can be crippling and robs many of every day basic function. There are numerous causes for lower back pain and treatment can take many forms. Epidural injections in the spine have been around for decades, and today is a common practice for those seeking a non-surgical approach for pain management. For anyone who […]

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Finding the Best: How to Choose a Spine Surgeon

Up to 80 percent of adults experience back pain at some stage during their life. For many adults, the problem is only due to a minor condition. However, some people with back or neck pain may have a spinal disorder. Have you been recommended by your doctor to seek medical attention from a spine specialist? […]

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Do You Have Scoliosis?: The Top Signs of Scoliosis

Are you worrisome that you may have scoliosis? Scoliosis can be difficult to detect in the early stages. Even during the routine checkups you may have had growing up. One particular study even found that 67% of adult patients with back pain from scoliosis go undetected. Knowing all of the signs of scoliosis can help you. […]

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Back Pain: 5 Red Flags When It’s Serious

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore These Back Pain Signs and Symptoms Back pain is something more common than one may think, but when does it become something more serious? While there are remedies to help with common back ailments, it’s important to know when to consult your doctor. 1. The Hurt Is Long Lasting There are […]

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