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Category Archives: Spinal Pain

When Spinal Pain Signals a Facet Joint Problem

Back and neck pain are common problems among adults of all ages. They are so common that the vast majority of people who experience ongoing discomfort and limited range of motion put off getting care that can help them return to optimal wellness. A common misconception is that spine pain is caused by either the  …Read More


When Back Pain is Arthritis

Back pain is one of the most common complaints expressed by adults of all ages. It may result from an injury or may occur without much evidence as to why. This is what can make back pain difficult to understand. However, some symptoms can provide clues regarding a potential underlying cause. Here, we outline some  …Read More



Is Recovery from Back Surgery Painful?

Back problems often cause chronic pain. Although patients who eventually need surgery have often suffered for years with persistent pain that occasionally flares up, the idea of a surgical procedure and recovery feels intimidating. Patients often want to know if their procedure will achieve pain relief or cause more pain. Here, we will discuss the  …Read More



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Could Spinal Nerves get Trapped?

The entire body is served by a complex network of nerves, all of which branch off from a singular location, the back. The sheer expansiveness of the nervous system makes it easy to see that problems like impingement or entrapment could occur. Because the spinal column is also highly sophisticated in structure, the opportunity for  …Read More






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