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  • Suffer from lower back pain? Here’s when to see a surgeon

    Everyone suffers from back pain at some point in their lives. Unfortunately for adults, back pain has become a lot more common today than ever before because of the sort of lifestyles we lead. For the most part, episodes of back pain can be incredibly painful but they will disappear in a matter of a few weeks (usually 2-12). However, if your back pain persists, you may need to see a surgeon.

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  • Laser Spine Surgery: Truth vs. Myth

    Millions of people around the world develop back problems every year, leading to disability. Thankfully, technological advances have brought about an increase in the number of options people have for treatment.

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  • What Is PRP Therapy & How Is It Effective?

    In our earlier blog posts, we’ve talked about Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) and how it’s effective against certain conditions. In spite of its many uses, there are many who are unaware of this wondrous new non-surgical treatment.

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  • The Relation Between Posture And Spinal Health

    Posture - the art of holding your body in a proper position as you walk, sit or lie—is more than just a cosmetic tool. Doctors everywhere will agree that there is a definite positive relation between good posture and spinal health. Long term effects from bad posture aren’t felt immediately, but over time, the stress placed on the spine can change its structure, effectively constricting nerves and blood vessels.

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  • 4 Causes of Back Pain

    4 out of every 5 adults have experienced back pain at some point. This problem is a common factor for people missing on work days. But what are the causes behind this condition?

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