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  • Getting Back After Back Surgery

    Spine surgery is usually recommended when pain is unrelenting, affects your quality of life and conservative treatments do not seem to work. You may have surgery to relieve pain due to nerve compression by removing bone or a damaged spinal disc.

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  • Bath Time Tips for Those with Back Pain

    Heat is considered a very good therapy for pain and swelling, especially back pain. A hot bath or shower is a good way of relieving those aches without much effort. However, a lot of activities, especially bathing or showering are difficult to accomplish when you have chronic back pain.

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  • Benefits to Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

    The very idea of going under the surgeon’s knife after being rendered unconscious by anesthesia can send shivers down your spine even if your spine has become a source of pain that is severely limiting your activities of daily living.

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  • Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center
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  • Stanford School of Medicine
  • Peak Orthopedics
  • OCC
  • Interventional Orthobiologics
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