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Back PainPrevention

Raking leaves with out breaking your back

Cleaning up those autumn leaves can be back-breaking, literally, unless one approaches the task with caution, proper preparation, and a yard-bag full of common sense, according to renowned endoscopic…

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October 21st, 2021

TreatmentsSurgery

Dr. Kaixuan Liu with his Tips on Protecting Your Back When Carrying Extra Weight

Obesity and its Effects on the Spine More than twenty years ago, federal health officials warned that a growing obesity epidemic was threatening the health of millions of Americans. Since then, the…

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August 27th, 2021

Cervical NeckHerniation

How Is a Cervical (neck) Herniation Treated?

Problems that nag us often get labeled a “pain in the neck.” But there’s an actual pain in the neck called a cervical disc herniation that can create a host of troublesome symptoms, necessitating…

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August 16th, 2021

HeatIce

Heat or Ice for an Aching Back and Neck?

Back and neck pain are among our most common afflictions. According to most estimates, as many as 70-80% of adults will suffer back or neck pain that interferes with their daily activities at some…

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August 3rd, 2021

ExcelsiusGPSRobotic SurgerySpine Surgery

ExcelsiusGPS Robotic Navigation Spine Surgery

GPS-like Robot Proves a “Groundbreaking” option for Spinal Fusion Surgery at Atlantic Spine Center. Dr. Praveen Kadimcherla with Atlantic Spine Center describes the quick and precise technique of this…

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July 22nd, 2021

Myths vs FactsMinimally Invasive Spine Surgery

5 Myths and Truths about Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

If you have been dealing with chronic back or neck pain that has not responded to conservative measures, you may be wondering if surgery is an option. But myths abound about minimally invasive spine…

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June 28th, 2021