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If you have been diagnosed with a bulging disc as the source of your debilitating symptoms and weeks or months of conservative treatment have not
What is Our Minimally Invasive Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion Procedure Our minimally invasive lateral lumbar interbody fusion (LLIF) procedure aims to alleviate the pain associated
People who experience chronic pain in the sacroiliac joint (SI joint) of the spine often have difficulty standing or walking for an extended period of
A prolapsed disc is a condition that is commonly referred to in several different ways, including a ruptured disc, a herniated disc, and a slipped
If you have been diagnosed with a herniated disc, you are likely familiar with the pain and symptoms often caused by this condition. As you
Some people who suffer from chronic neck and back pain may experience difficulty walking or standing for long periods of time. Often, back pain that
Living with chronic pain can cause you to miss out on life. The spine condition causing your pain might also cause a loss of mobility
Spinal narrowing, or spinal stenosis, is a term that describes loss of space in the spinal column. In particular, spinal narrowing often results in constriction
There are many approaches to annular tear surgery, but the overriding goal is to relieve pain and other symptoms related to this condition. For many,
A collapsed disc describes a condition where one of the rubbery discs in the spinal column loses its height. As a result, the surrounding vertebrae