• How to Talk to Your Loved Ones About Spinal Fusion Surgery

    For many people, having spinal fusion surgery is a big step in helping them live a fuller life. However, friends or family may have reservations about spinal fusion surgery since it involves your spine. This is a sensitive area in your body that is involved in so many functions. There are things you can do to help talk to your family about this surgery to help put their mind at ease, and we're going to outline them for you below.

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  • Effective Alternatives to Spinal Surgery for Less Severe Cases

    Even though patients who have severe spinal problems usually get surgery recommended to help correct it, this can be scary. Additionally, your pain levels may not be strong enough to justify undergoing spinal surgery, so you may start wondering about any alternatives. Luckily, medicine has advanced over the recent years to allow you to have several choices if you don’t want to undergo a complete surgical procedure on your back.

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion; ACDF Surgery

    Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion ACDF is a surgery that you get to help eliminate or reduce chronic pain in the back and neck that relates to disc problems. During Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion ACDF, your surgeon will remove a herniated or degenerative disc from your neck.

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  • What Are the Most Common Symptoms of Pseudarthrosis

    A fusion surgery typically works to limit movement in the impacted area of your neck or back with the end goal of minimizing or eliminating pain. It also works to restore stability to your spine after the surgeon removes a damaged disc. However, a fusion may fail to form as the surgeon predicts. When this happens, it’s called pseudarthrosis or a non-union. This term describes a spinal fusion that wasn’t successful. Here’s a quick overview of pseudarthrosis causes, symptoms, and treatment options available.

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  • The Effectiveness of Integrated Physical Therapy & Pain Management

    A physical therapist is a licensed and extremely educated health care professional who treats and diagnoses people of all ages with health-related conditions or medical problems like chronic pain. They can treat injuries that limit the person’s ability to perform necessary daily functions or that limit the person’s ability to move. There are several goals a physical therapist tries to achieve with therapy.

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