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Effectiveness of Spinal Epidural Corticosteroid Injections http://trib.al/KTrdIio
Physicans are seeing more patients with osteoarthritis, herniated discs and spinal stenosis. This trend is expected to continue as the American population ages.
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Non-surgical Treatment of Spondylosis (Spinal Osteoarthritis) http://trib.al/O8trClV
Spondylosis is osteoarthritis of the spine. The symptoms may vary from mild and episodic to aggressive and painfully chronic. Fortunately, most people with spinal osteoarthritis do not need surgery. Many of the common nonoperative treatments are
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Physical Therapy for Spondylolisthesis http://trib.al/mN3TZ8Y
Physical therapy is an often prescribed treatment option for spondylolisthesis, a low back condition. You'll strengthen the muscles that support the spine, and you'll learn how to keep your spine safe. If you have pain, though, the first goal will be
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Thoracic Facet Joint Injection Information http://trib.al/QHXpIvT
A facet joint injection serves many purposes. Placement of numbing medicine into the joint, may reduce pain and helps confirm/deny the joint as a pain source.
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Spinal Stenosis: Neck and Back Nerve Compression http://trib.al/mJB3Lzp
Spinal stenosis usually affects the cervical (neck) or lumbar (low back) spine. Progressive degenerative changes in the spine can sometime cause this disorder to develop.
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Cervical Spine Injuries, Fractures and Whiplash - Posterior Screw Plate Fixation http://trib.al/X31EVyP
Cervical Spine Anatomy and Pathology. View the coronal section through a serverely degenerated lower cervical spine of a 70-year old female.
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Symptoms of Spinal Fractures http://trib.al/JfIsNb5
Spinal fractures don't always cause pain, although that is a possible symptom of a vertebral fracture. If the fracture is causing nerve problems, you may have weakness or tingling. Get a full list of spinal fracture symptoms.
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Facet Joint Syndrome http://trib.al/27kq1Sy
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Intraoperative Spinal Monitoring http://trib.al/1WQKV9a
The purpose of intraoperative spinal monitoring is to notify the surgeon of potential injury to vital neural structures at a time when a clinical examination is not possible, while the patient is under anesthesia in the operating room.
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Spinal Stenosis – Unresponsive to Nonoperative Treatment http://trib.al/Pfl9SfG
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Pilates Exercise for a Healthy Spine http://trib.al/SWa9osl
Pilates is an exercise that focuses on activating the low back and pelvic muscles—the body's powerhouse, or core. Find out how Pilates exercise strengthens these muscles and leads to a healthy spine.
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Osteoporosis and Spinal Fractures: Recovery and Wellness http://trib.al/lQqTdHP
Steps to help you avoid osteoporosis or recover if you are undergoing treatment. Discusses the importance of what you eat (your diet should be calcium-rich, for one) and how often you exercise.
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SpineUniverse is a leader in patient and healthcare professional education, providing clear, straightforward information on conditions related to the spine, including degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, arthritis, and scoliosis.    We are committed to presenting trustworthy, high-quality, spine expert-written and reviewed  information.

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