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  • All About Spine Bone Spurs

    If you are experiencing a dull pain in your neck or back, spine bone spurs may be to blame. Known medically as osteophytes, the term “bone spur” is actually rather misleading since bone spurs are in fact smooth in nature.

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  • Spine Anatomy: The Basics

    Are you suffering from a condition causing back or spine pain? If so, let’s take a minute to discuss spine anatomy. In order to fully understand the cause of your back pain and the right approach for treatment, it’s important to understand the anatomy of your spine.

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  • Signs You May Be Suffering From Spine Arthritis

    If you have been experiencing spine pain or stiffness, you may be suffering from arthritis of the spine. Also known as osteoarthritis, spine arthritis can cause both physiological and psychological problems when left untreated.

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  • Questions to Ask Before Your Spine Surgery

    If conservative treatments such as medications and physical therapy have not helped ease your back pain, spine surgery may be the next appropriate step.

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  • What You Need to Know About Spine Disease

    When you think of the word disease, you often think of a life hindering aliment. While spine disease can often lead to pain and mobility issues which make everyday tasks more difficult, the good news is that with the help of an expert, even with a spine disease you may be able to live your life with less pain or possibly pain-free.

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  • New Years Resolution: Ease Spine Pain with Pacific Spine Specialists

    Dr. Timothy Keenen is an expert in the field of spine pain and is committed to helping his patients achieve a life with little to no pain. Through a combination of non-invasive, minimally invasive, and open surgical procedures, Dr. Keenen will assist you in making your New Year’s Resolution a reality.

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  • Signs You May Be Suffering From a Sacroiliac Joint Disorder

    The ligaments that connect the right and left bones that make up the pelvis to the sacrum, or triangular shaped part of the lower spine, are known as the sacroiliac joints. Sacroiliac joints differ from the majority of the spine and other joints because they are not intended to be overly mobile.

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  • Signs You May Be Suffering From a Sacroiliac Joint Disorder

    The ligaments that connect the right and left bones that make up the pelvis to the sacrum, or triangular shaped part of the lower spine, are known as the sacroiliac joints. Sacroiliac joints differ from the majority of the spine and other joints because they are not intended to be overly mobile.

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  • The Importance of Rehabilitation

    A spine surgery is a serious procedure. As you recover from one, it’s crucial for you to educate yourself on how to safely strengthen your spine to prevent future injuries and pain.

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  • 5 Reasons to Undergo Surgery at Providence Willamette Falls Hospital

    If you’ve been suffering from back pain and believe surgery may be in your future, it’s important to select the very best hospital for your procedure. Providence Willamette Falls Hospital is the fourth and newest hospital in Providence, and an exceptional place to undergo spine surgeries in Oregon and Southeast Washington.

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