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  • What Not to Do If You Have Neck Pain

    When treating your neck pain, you need to be active in your treatment, and you should stop doing certain things that may be causing your neck pain or things that may be leading to unnecessary worry and anxiety about your pain. Avoiding certain activities can be an important component of managing your cervical pain.

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  • Is It Normal to Have Back Pain After a C-Section?

    There’s a good chance you’ve been dealing with back pain during your pregnancy. After all, the weight gain, hormonal changes, and general inability to really get comfortable can take a toll on your body, including your back.

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  • 5 Ways to Keep Your Spine Healthy and Happy

    Whether it's a herniated disc, spinal stenosis, or strained muscles, it can take some time to diagnose and treat the causes of back pain. And all the while, you're trying to navigate health insurance, work and family life, and everyday stressors in addition to your back pain.

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  • Low back and neck pain tops U.S. health spending

    Seeing a physician or other health specialist for low back and neck pain? You're not alone, according to a new scientific study.

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  • Don’t take back pain sitting down

    Sitting down is supposed to be a way to relax after a long day on your feet. But for many women, sitting for any length of time is painful. It aggravates pain in the back instead of relieving it.

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  • Is It Normal to Have One-sided Back Pain?

    Back pain is common: 80% of adults will experience it in their lifetime. Usually, people think of all-over back pain, but one-sided back pain is also a thing. And it can be an annoying thing.

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  • How to ease sacroiliac (SI) joint pain

    People may experience sacroiliac (SI) joint pain, also known as sacroiliitis, as a sharp or shooting pain in the lower back and buttocks. SI joint pain may or may not radiate down the legs.

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  • Kyphoplasty: Uses, benefits, and risks

    Kyphoplasty is a surgical procedure to treat vertebral compression fractures. It can reduce pain and increase mobility. It offers a minimally invasive alternative to other surgeries.

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  • Pseudoarthrosis In The Cervical And Lumbar Spine

    Pseudoarthrosis is a term used to describe what happens when a spinal fusion is unsuccessful. Spinal fusion is a type of back surgery given for a variety of problems including but not limited to scoliosis curve correction, disc problems, and/or instability in the spine (which can be due to an infection or tumor)

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  • Spine Surgeons Outline How To Prioritize Procedures Amid Pandemic

    As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, hospitals across the country canceled elective procedures in an effort to flatten the transmission curve and prioritize personal protective equipment for frontline health care workers. Among those procedures were pediatric spine surgeries for patients with conditions like scoliosis and thoracic insufficiency syndrome.

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