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  • New study provides evidence for more effective brain-based treatment of chronic back pain

    The study examined the critical connection between the brain and pain for treating chronic pain. The study examined the critical connection between the brain and pain for treating chronic pain. Specifically, they looked at the importance of pain attributions, which are people's beliefs about the underlying causes of their pain, to reduce chronic back pain severity.

    Source: Medical Xpress

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  • October is Spine Health Awareness Month

    In a world where many of us spend hours hunched over computers or craning down at our smartphones, maintaining spinal health is paramount. This October, the spotlight is on spinal wellness as we celebrate Spine Health Awareness Month.

    Source: National Spine Health Foundation

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  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery—Postoperative Recovery Process

    If you have pain in your back or sciatica pain, no one else can understand how challenging it can be to lead a normal life. If you’ve already tried traditional surgical and non-surgical treatments and still experiencing pain, you may want to consider minimally invasive surgery, in accordance with your diagnosis.

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  • Stem Cell Therapy - A Safe Solution to Neck Pain

    Neck pain or pain in the cervical spine is one of the most common spinal conditions worldwide. According to research, nearly 10% of adults suffer from neck stiffness, and 50% of the x-rays of people above the age of 50, show symptoms of osteoarthritis. Furthermore, nearly 50% of men and 60% women in their mid-50s and 60s show issues in the cervical spine discs. With all these statistics, it goes without saying that an effective treatment for neck pain is the need of the time.

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  • 3 Common Herniated Disc Symptoms to Look Out For

    A human’s spinal cord consists of several bones that are cushioned by circular discs. These discs have a tough outer layer, called annulus, and work as shock absorbers for the spinal cord.

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