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  • The History of Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery

    Anyone who has ever had back pain before could know what it’s like to get to the point of needing to have minimally invasive spinal surgery Florida. Unfortunately, humans have had back pain for centuries, and there have been historical records that show physicians have been trying to treat it for thousands of years. Spine surgeries weren’t as successful as they are today. Still, surgeons today have a better understanding of how to perform a minimally invasive spinal surgery Florida with reduced recovery times, less discomfort, and better results. If you’re curious about the history of this procedure, read on.

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  • 10 Ways to Help Support Healthy Bone Growth After Spinal Fusion Surgery

    If your doctor prescribes you analgesics after your spinal fusion surgery, take them as prescribed. This can help control your discomfort levels during recovery. They may recommend you stop taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, though. Try to remain active during recovery without overdoing it. Regular movement can help keep the blood flowing to prevent clots, and it can also prevent your muscles from getting weak. It boosts your energy levels and discourages the formation of pressure ulcers too.

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  • The Importance of Finding a Pain Management Doctor with Great Bedside Manner

    Having a pain management doctor with a great bedside manner is critical because you need to trust your doctor. Doctors who have a good bedside manner can build a much better rapport with their patients and provide better care. Also, patients who feel more comfortable with their attending doctor or caregiver are more likely to follow the treatment plan they set up, both in and out of the hospital.

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  • Tips for Living Better when Faced with Pseudarthrosis

    Pseudarthrosis is a condition where your spinal fusion fails to complete and heal correctly. Right after you have the surgery, you may report to your doctor that you don't have any of the symptoms that were plaguing you beforehand. However, you can experience a return of your symptoms months after the surgery if your spinal fusion doesn't completely heal as it should. The main usually concentrate on your neck and back.

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  • What Should You Know About Minimally Invasive Spinal Fusion Surgery?

    If you have back pain, minimally invasive spinal fusion surgery with technological advances will allow you to get relief. This type of surgery can treat most spine issues you may have. Traditionally, open surgery on your back or spine requires your surgeon to make a large incision down your back. They'd have to cut through the soft tissue and muscle.

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