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Can Big Data Lead to the Next Breakthrough in Spinal Cord Injury Treatment?

While developments in medical technology and minimally invasive surgical techniques in recent years have helped to revolutionize how spine surgeons treat patients for injuries and conditions that may have once required complicated open back surgery, the development of breakthrough drug therapies has...

Regular Back Pain or Herniated Disc? What You Need to Know

A little light and sporadic back pain here and there is typically normal for most people, and does not necessarily indicate the presence of an injury or underlying spine condition. While every incidence of back pain may not warrant a visit to an orthopedic spine surgeon, it is important to know the ...

When to Consider XLIF Surgery

A number of conditions that affect the lower spine can often lead to chronic pain, spinal instability, mobility problems, and even nerve damage in some cases, depending on the patient and the extent of the injury. What is XLIF Surgery? XLIF surgery (Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion/Lumbar Spinal Fusi...

Tips to Help Avoid Back Pain

Certain spine injuries and back conditions, like degenerative disc disease or spinal stenosis, can make back pain unavoidable, and require treatment like physical therapy or minimally invasive spine surgery. But for many people, lifestyle factors like weight, activity levels, and environment can con...

Exploring the Relationship Between Back Pain and Weight

The relationship between maintaining a healthy weight, and a person’s overall health and general well being has been well documented and researched in recent years. Genetic and environmental factors not withstanding, everything from heart disease and cancer, to diabetes can result from poor diet a...

The Game-Changing Developments of Microscopic Spine Surgery

Spine surgery can be recommended to many for a number of issues. One way that spine surgeon, Dr. Khurana is making an effort to benefit patients who may needy spine surgery by using microscopic techniques. Microscopic surgery is minimally invasive, which leads to a faster recovery time. By creating ...

The Four Most Common Types of Reconstructive Spine Surgery Procedures

Reconstructive spine surgery (also known as spinal fusion surgery) is an umbrella term for a range of surgical procedures used to treat chronic back pain and advanced spine injuries like degenerative disc disease and scoliosis. With the rise in cutting-edge robotic surgery techniques over the last d...

The Effects of Posture on Spine Health

The spine is responsible for giving structure to your overall body and health Poor posture may seem like a problem that can be easily corrected, but habitual improper posture can lead to a host of other problems. According to experts poor posture can often result in back pain, ancillary injuries in ...

Be on the Lookout for Signs of Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is narrowing of spaces in the spine, or backbone, which causes pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. Typically, spinal stenosis occurs in the low back. In most cases, the narrowing of the spine compresses the nerve root, resulting in pain along the back of the leg. There are a vari...

Are You Suffering From Degenerative Disc Disease?

The human spine is made up of 33 vertebrae. Four vertebrae are located in the coccygeal region, 12 are located in the thoracic section, seven are located in the cervical region, and five are located in the lumbar region. Between each of these vertebrae, there is a soft and compressible material call...

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