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Are You at Risk for Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a condition that is often related with the normal aging process. It is also one that is primarily perceived as a women’s health issue. You may not be aware of the detrimental effect that osteoporosis can have on spinal health and the risk of spinal conditions. Here, we discuss what osteoporosis is, who  …Read More



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Diabetes Effect on Spinal Surgery

The number of diabetes diagnoses in America has risen substantially over the past several years. This has created a particular need for attention in all sub-specialties, including surgery. The effects of diabetes on the tissues of the body and on the body’s natural healing response present a challenge for surgeons. Therefore, it is vital that  …Read More


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Can Back Pain be Treated with Massage?

It isn’t easy to live with persistent back or neck pain. According to statistics, spinal pain still accounts for a high percentage of missed days of work. Moreover, chronic stiffness, soreness, and tenderness in the back and neck can severely diminish a person’s quality of life. It comes as no surprise that many people seek  …Read More


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Spondylosis: What in the World Is It?

What is Spinal Spondylosis? The term “spondylosis” by itself may sound like something you might find in the ocean or a botanical garden. When we add the word spine to it, “spinal spondylosis,” the brain may go to all sorts of places it shouldn’t. We understand that many of the terms used to describe spinal  …Read More




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Can Scoliosis Occur in Adulthood?

Scoliosis is usually a condition that is discovered during childhood. This abnormal spinal curvature often affects children and teens who are still in the active stages of physical development. However, it should not be assumed that there is no risk for scoliosis to initially occur in adulthood. Adult scoliosis is a real probability and one  …Read More


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