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If you’re having radiating pain that starts in your lower back and travels down to your buttock and even into your legs and toes, you may have sciatica: https://www.njspinesurgeons.com/2018/02/01/what-are-the-symptoms-of-sciatica/
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Sciatica is a common, painful symptom that can make it difficult to stand or sit. Learn more about #sciatica. http://ow.ly/aum430hGhiz
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There are several different types of radiculopathy, depending on the region of the spine that is affected. Learn more about #radiculopathy. http://ow.ly/zvOz30hGh1j
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A bulging disc can cause pressure on nerves surrounding the spine, sometimes resulting in a pinched nerve or other painful symptoms. Learn more about a #bulgingdisc. http://ow.ly/hTNl30hGglO
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Are you suffering from a pinched nerve? You’re at higher risk of having a #pinchednerve if you have bone spurs, thyroid disease, diabetes, or are a woman. Learn more.
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There are several possible conditions that may cause a person to undergo minimally invasive #laminoforaminotomy surgery. Learn more
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Axial lumbar interbody fusion may be recommended if a patient has not responded well to conservative treatment options for their disc degeneration or if their condition has worsened. Learn more.
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There are several possible conditions that may cause a person to undergo minimally invasive #laminoforaminotomy surgery. Learn more.
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Axial fusion can help treat disc issues in the lower back while providing several important benefits over more invasive types of surgery. Learn more about when an #axialfusion is performed.
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Do you suffer from a spine disorder or condition? Our mission is to restore the functionality and mobility of your neck and back. Learn more!
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