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  • How to Prepare for Your Minimally Invasive Procedure at Our Oregon Spine Center

    Our Oregon Spine Center specializes in minimally invasive surgery techniques that will treat spinal conditions of the neck and low back quicker and more efficient than traditional surgical procedures.

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  • How Summer Can Make Rehabilitation More Difficult

    Most patients who undergo spine surgery enjoy excellent results. Spine surgery relieves them of pain while enabling them to participate in everyday activities without discomfort.

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  • What is Spine Therapy and Can It Work for You?

    Orthopedic spine therapy is a type of physical therapy treatment that is specifically designed for patients with spine-related conditions.

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  • How to Prevent Summer Spine Injuries Prompted By Outdoor Sports

    Now that the summer is in full gear, we’re spending more and more time being active outside. For many, this means enjoying a wide variety of summer sports such as tennis, golf, running, jogging, baseball, and football. Unfortunately, summer sports can wreak havoc on the spine and prompt herniated discs, spondylolysis, spondylolisthesis, fractures, and a variety of other spinal injuries.

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  • Selecting a Spinal Surgeon

    The decision to undergo spinal surgery requires very careful consideration and planning. Therefore, it is important to select the best spinal surgeon in Portland, OR for the job.

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  • Signs You May Be Suffering From Adult Scoliosis

    Scoliosis is the term used to describe an abnormal curvature of the spine. Most often patients suffering from adult scoliosis will have an “S” or “C” shaped spine, varying in degrees of severity.

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  • Lumbar Discectomy Recovery: What to Expect Following Surgery

    If you are a candidate for lumbar discectomy surgery to remove a herniated or degenerative disc in the lower spine, then you may be interested in learning more about the postoperative care.

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  • Advancements in Artificial Disc Replacement

    Since the 1960’s, spinal surgeons have been artificially replacing damaged discs in the spines of patients. Since that time, medical researchers have been searching for the best product to replicate a spinal disc.

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  • The Essentials of Spinal Fusion Surgery

    The decision to undergo spinal fusion surgery is a major step requiring careful consideration. It is completely normal, as well as expected, to be apprehensive in the days leading up to the big event.

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  • Holiday Travel: Tips For Avoiding Back Pain While Driving

    With the Holidays quickly approaching, you may find yourself with an impending road trip ahead of you. The Holidays are the ideal time to visit with family and friends, but for those who suffer from back and spine pain, the thought of spending hours in the car may put a damper on your holiday excitement.

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  • Oregon Medical Association
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • Scoliosis Research Society
  • North American Spine Society