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LDR Spine, based in Austin, TX announced August 23, 2013 the receipt of a much anticipated approval letter from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the surgical disc replacement of two levels of cervical symptomatic disc disruption.
The essential contribution of the low back muscles to overall spine health has long been known to the chiropractic community.
Spinal decompression and fusion are types of neck (cervical) and back (lumbar) surgery. These procedures treat a condition called spinal stenosis.
You have pain. Perhaps you have experienced the sensation of a “pinched nerve.” Maybe you feel shooting pain or numbness down the arms and hands. Perhaps you have cramping or heaviness while walking.
Almost every spine surgery practice uses the term “minimally invasive” to describe their surgery procedures. This phrase has become a buzzword in recent years.
Standing desks have been around since the 18th century when they were used in the homes and offices of wealthy individuals. In recent years, companies have started to realize the many benefits that standing desks can provide to their employees and have encouraged them in the workplace.
Many people travel during the summer to spend time with their family and friends. While visiting loved ones that live out of town can be exciting, it can also be a daunting experience for those with back pain.
It is common for professionals to sit at their desk for 8 to 12 hours a day. While sitting at a desk and using a computer or filling out paperwork is often necessary for the success of a business, sitting all day can lead to many negative consequences.
Since back problems are challenging to diagnose and usually involve an array of treatment options with a number of different risks and benefits, back pain can be a complex topic.
Cervical spine pain is a common medical condition that can stem from a variety of different causes. Fortunately, there are simple spine care exercises that you can do to help alleviate the pain.