March2017

Failed Back Surgery is not the End of the World

Can you think of anything worse than a failed back surgery? While this is sure to change your life in many ways, none for the better, you shouldn’t look at this as the end of the world. Instead, you need to do one thing: search for a solution to all[…]

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When is the Right Time to Have Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery?

When it comes to minimally invasive spine surgery, there are many details to discuss with your doctor and medical team. However, there’s one important question that is often overlooked: when is the right time to have minimally invasive spine surgery? While there is no right or wrong answer to this[…]

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How to Discuss Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery with Your Doctor

At our practice, we’ve found that some patients don’t know how to address their interest in minimally invasive spine surgery. While some are sure that this is the right procedure for them, others don’t know what to expect if they decide to move forward. There are many steps you can[…]

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Spinal Stenosis, Minimally Invasive Surgery, and Improved Function

Have you been diagnosed with spinal stenosis? Are you under the impression that open spine surgery is your only option? In the past, you may have been correct. However, things have changed in today’s medical world, with minimally invasive surgery an option to consider. While there are many benefits of[…]

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Vertebroplasty to Treat Pain from a Spinal Fracture

The pain associated with a spinal fracture is real. For this reason, you need to learn as much as possible about the treatment methods for eliminating this pain once and for all. This is where vertebroplasty comes into play. With this, a special type of cement is injected into the[…]

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