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Paul Salinas
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Neurosurgeon at Frisco Spine in Frisco, Carrollton, Plano, & Denison, Texas
Neurosurgeon at Frisco Spine in Frisco, Carrollton, Plano, & Denison, Texas

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The sciatic nerve starts in the lower spine and runs down the back of both legs. It controls muscle movement on the back of the knees and lower leg, and provides sensation to the back of the thigh, the calf, and sole of the foot. #SpineCenter

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Many patients don't understand the differences between occupational therapy and physical therapy and how each is used to rehabilitate patients. Occupational therapy helps patients regain their motor functions and get back to performing everyday tasks. #PhysicalTherapy

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A lumbar discectomy is a spine surgery that involves removing all or part of a diseased or damaged intervertebral disc to relieve pressure on the spinal nerve(s) in the lumbar spine, or lower back. #SpineSurgeon

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Caused by several different conditions, kyphosis is a condition that curves the spine into a severely hunched or slouched formation. #SpineCenter

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Spinal fusion is a surgical procedure that involves fusion of the lumbar vertebrae, which stabilizes the spine to provide pain relief. #SpineCenter 

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#Didyouknow tripper point injection is designed to treat muscle and tendon inflammation in your neck? Steriod injections are a great non-surgical, symptom-relieving treatment. #Injections #PhysicalTherapy

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The benefits of physical therapy are nearly universal. If your neck and back pain is temporary and the result of tense muscles, physical therapy may alleviate and eliminate the root of your pain. #SpineCenter

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Injections of anesthesia, steroids, or a combined injection of both can alleviate pain and reduce inflammation.  If you are suffering from neck or back pain, surgery may not be necessary to meet your needs. If you require relief from a temporary problem, injection treatment may be for you. #PhysicalTherapy

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Joint inflammation in the spinal column, which falls into one of two categories: Osteoarthritis or Rheumatoid arthritis. Symptoms include pain, stiffness, and swelling in the back and can be treated either medically or surgically depending on the severity. #PhysicalTherapy

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 Non-surgical treatment options consist of injections, including steroid injections. #SpineCenter
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