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  • Scoliosis, Tips for Home Screening

    Back pain should always be taken seriously, as it can sometimes lead to permanent damage. While pain can render one incapable of performing everyday physical activities, it can also be a sign of a more consequential condition. Back discomfort sometimes prompts the question, “Do I have scoliosis?”

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  • Minimally Invasive Robotic Spine Surgery: How the Future of Surgery has Arrived…

    The future of minimally invasive robotic spine surgery has arrived. In recent years, technological advances in endoscpes, cameras and medical robotics have elevated the science of spine surgery to an art. As a result, patients reap the rewards of less pain, reduction in incision size and less chance of complications than with traditional open surgical methods. They also enjoy a faster recovery and return to normal activities.

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  • The Importance of Back Strengthening Exercises

    Stretching prepares certain muscle groups for anaerobic exercise like weightlifting. Effective stretching helps to warm up the body before performing back strengthening exercises and neck strengthening exercises. Taking these precautionary measures ensures a safer and more efficient workout program.

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  • Congrats to The Houston Astros for their first World Series Win!

    The risk of lower back pain, neck pain and athlete injuries can be a reality when participating in sports. As part of a healthy lifestyle, weekend warriors remain active to improve their health, lose weight, and maintain a positive attitude. But, especially as we age, injuries become more commonplace.

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  • Spinal Anatomy - Part 4

    A network of thirty-one pairs of nerves continue throughout the body from the spinal cord. These nerves are responsible for controlling all sensation and movement within the body by communicating messages to and from the brain.

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