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Dr. Shailesh S. Pathare
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Spondylolysis is a stress fracture in one of the vertebrae at the base of the spinal column. It's the most common cause of back pain in adolescent athletes.
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Your spinal cord is comprised of the bundle of nerves which carry messages back and forth from your brain to your muscles and other soft tissues. A stack of backbones called vertebrae surrounds these nerves to protect them.
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Cauda Equina Syndrome is a rare spine disorder that occurs when the spinal nerve roots become compressed. If you experience weakness, tingling, stabbing pain or numbness in your lower extremities you should seek immediate treatment to prevent lasting damage and even paralysis!
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The longest and widest nerve in the human body, the sciatic nerve runs from the lower back, through the buttocks, down the legs, and ends just after the knee. It controls multiple nerves in the lower legs and is responsible for sensation in the area.
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These 5 signs can indicate that your mystery back pain is actually arthritis: http://ow.ly/nsg030iiDlb
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Learn how rheumatoid arthritis can cause back pain: http://ow.ly/XcjN30iiDiL
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These five signs may indicate that your spine is out of alignment: http://ow.ly/2miX30iiDft
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Here is some useful information and guidance on artificial disc replacement: http://ow.ly/u9Mm30iiDbR
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Routine screenings for scoliosis, or curvature of the spine, help ensure the condition doesn't take a toll on a child’s health. http://ow.ly/hpNZ30iiD8V
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A yoga protocol developed by researchers at Boston Medical Center with input from yoga teachers, doctors and physical therapists may be helpful in easing back pain. http://ow.ly/mnZt30iiCX3
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