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The Spine Center of Baton Rouge
Orthopedic Surgeons and Pain Management Physicians Serving Baton Rouge, LA
Orthopedic Surgeons and Pain Management Physicians Serving Baton Rouge, LA
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10 Tips for a Healthier Back: Why Staying Active Matters
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Staying active is one of the best ways to keep your back healthy. The best part? You don't need to run a marathon or become a bodybuilder to keep your back strong. Aim for 30-minute workouts at least three times each week. Walking around the block, swimming laps, or even gentle yoga are fun ways to keep your back flexible and strong.

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Treating Scoliosis with Robotic Spine Surgery
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Not all cases of scoliosis require surgical treatment, but if you do need surgery, a robotic spine surgery can provide you with all the benefits of surgery with the advantages of a minimally invasive procedure.

Robotic spine surgery is available at The Spine Center of Baton Rouge. To learn more, schedule your consultation today.

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The providers of The Spine Center of Baton Rouge are proud to offer comprehensive back and spine care to individuals in three convenient Louisiana locations. Call your preferred location or visit the website to request an appointment. (http://ow.ly/KLbL30nhvI9)
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Has it been a while since you last saw your doctor? You might need to brush up on how to better plan for your appointment. Important things you should remember are:

- Don't be afraid to ask questions
- Be honest
- Take all the info to heart and follow through on their advice

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How Do You Know If You Have a Herniated Disc?
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If you have the symptoms of sciatica (back pain, tingling sensation that runs from the buttocks to below the knee), you may wonder if you have a herniated disc is the root cause of your sciatica. When you arrive to your doctor appointment, your doctor will perform a physical exam and listen to your symptoms. The official diagnosis is usually confirmed after reviewing the results of a diagnostic test. Diagnostic tests include X-rays, MRIs, or CT scans.

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What to Do If Conservative Treatments Aren't Reducing the Pain of a Pinched Nerve
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If you fall asleep in an odd position, it's not uncommon to wake up with a pinched nerve. In these cases, pinched nerves often respond well to at-home treatments such as rest or OTC pain medication. However, pinched nerves can occur for a variety of reasons and they don't always respond to at-home treatments. If this applies to you, you've got options at The Spine Center of Baton Rouge. Your provider may suggest physical therapy or surgery, depending on the cause of your pinched nerve.

When you're ready to discuss your options, contact us using the link provided.

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The providers of The Spine Center of Baton Rouge are proud to offer comprehensive back and spine care to individuals in three convenient Louisiana locations. Call your preferred location or visit the website to request an appointment. (http://ow.ly/2j1t50kalSH)
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