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  • The Importance of Post-Spinal Surgery Physical Therapy

    Physical therapy is vital to healing after spinal surgery. Stretches and strengthening exercises help someone to get back their range of motion, balance, and control. You're going to have to strengthen those muscles that were just operated on to get back to full capacity, and physical therapy will help with that.

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  • Top 4 Questions to Ask Your Spinal Surgeon About Spinal Fusion Surgery

    One of the best ways to feel prepared for any surgery is to get your questions answered by the pros. Here are some of the most common questions that people ask their doctors or surgeons
    regarding spinal surgery.

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  • Common Signs & Symptoms of Cervical Disc Herniation

    Have you ever wondered about tingling in your arms or pain in your upper back that won’t go away? If so, you might have signs of cervical disc herniation. Read on to learn more.

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  • Minimally Invasive Spinal Fusion Surgery; The Basics

    Minimally invasive spinal fusion surgery is a type of surgery that concentrates on your backbone. It uses smaller incisions during the surgery than a standard operation. This can usually cause less harm to the nearby tissues and muscles. In turn, this can lead to faster recovery periods and less pain after your surgery.

    The standard spine surgery method is called open surgery. During this surgery, the surgeon will create a long incision into your back, and they'll move your soft tissue and muscles away from the spine. In some instances, they'd have to remove some of the tissue.

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  • Top Considerations When Deciding to Have Spinal Fusion Surgery

    Under the correct circumstances, spinal fusion surgery can be a very helpful tool to help patients who suffer from disc issues or back to get back a better quality of life. This type of operation has been in use for years, and there are many benefits that come with it, along with considerations you should think about when you're deciding whether or not this is the right choice for you. We'll take a closer look at all of these things below, and you can use it to decide if you should talk about spinal fusion surgery with your doctor.

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