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  • MRI: Tips for Reducing Stress

    When it comes to diagnosing and treating back pain, it is helpful for your doctor to see images of the inside of your spinal cord and back tissue to see if you have any spinal cord injuries that aren’t obviously apparent.

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  • Recovering​ ​From​ ​Spine​ ​Surgery:​ ​The​ ​Caretaker’s​ ​Role

    When you make the decision to undergo spine surgery, planning ahead is an important part of recovering from spine surgery.

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  • Holiday Physical Therapy Guide

    Following spine surgery, your doctor may have recommended physical therapy to aid in your recovery. Finding time for physical therapy can be challenging any time of the year, so it is understandable to be concerned about keeping it up over the holidays, especially if you are planning to host family or do any traveling.

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  • Spinal Fusion Surgery: Are You A Good Candidate?

    pinal fusion surgery is a type of spine surgery that is undergone to prevent movement between vertebrae that are rubbing against each other and causing you pain.

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  • Genetics: The Role They Play In Spine Problems

    To many, genetics is a just a term used to explain why you were born with a certain hair or eye color, or why we are more likely to get sunburn.

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  • Spine and Back Surgery Options: What You Need To Know

    It is no secret that remaining active on a regular basis is good for your overall health. In fact, the medical community at large promotes an active lifestyle.

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  • Say Yes to Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

    Each new year brings new advancements in the area of spine surgery. In fact, at Pacific Spine Specialists, our expert surgeon, Dr. Keenen, specializes in minimally invasive techniques.

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  • Treatment Options For Herniated Discs

    If you are experiencing pain in your back and lower extremity caused by a herniated disc in your back, relief can be found. The term “herniated disc” is a medical phrase that is often used interchangeably with other terms, such as ruptured disc, bulging disc, pinched nerve, slipped disc sciatica,or disc disease.

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  • 6 Tips for Spine Surgery Recovery

    Spine surgery procedures can range from non-invasive surgery to highly in-depth surgical procedures that require extensive recovery time. Regardless of how complicated your spine procedure, it is best to know what to expect when it comes to your surgery recovery.

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  • Tips for Avoiding Spine Injuries on the Slope

    No matter if you are an avid skier or a pro at the bunny slopes, Oregon is a superior ski destination. Oregon offers many great ski resorts and there is no better time than the present to hit the slopes.

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