If you have been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, your physician may suggest spinal decompression surgery, also known as laminectomy surgery. There are many reasons that a patient would try to...Read More
Over the course of a lifetime, our bodies experience a natural amount of wear and tear. Conditions manifest at different times and in a variety of ways depending on factors from genetics to jobs...Read More
Did you know that golf puts a lot of pressure on your knees whenever you bend down to place a tee or swing the club? This makes it is quite common for golfers to experience knee pain at some point...Read More
Every year, about 61 of every 100,000 people experience a tear to their meniscus. In addition, 60% of those over the age of 65, likely have some sort of degenerative damage to the meniscus whether...Read More
Most knee replacement patients have no regrets after the surgery and rehabilitation are complete. However, the long recovery period can be off-putting (and is a key reason why people delay...Read More
Total knee replacement (TKR) surgery has become more popular as the population ages and because of advances in medical technology. However, before you commit to this major surgical procedure,...Read More
The spine of a human being is comprised of bones called vertebrae. These bones are arranged in a column from top to bottom and function as support structures for the head, neck, trunk, and limbs....Read More
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