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How Kyphoplasty Can Correct Spinal Compression
What is pain management
Understanding the Effects of Cancer Treatment on Bone Health
What Is a Nerve Block and How Can It Help You?
How to Find a Back Pain Management Solution that Works for You
Recovery After Spinal Cord Stimulation
Debunking Myths Around Osteoporosis
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How Kyphoplasty Can Correct Spinal Compression

How Kyphoplasty Can Correct Spinal Compression

May 25, 2017

What Is Kyphoplasty? Kyphoplasty is a minimally invasive medical procedure to treat osteoporosis. It involves inserting a balloon in a fractured spinal vertebrae and filling the space with bone cement.


What is pain management

What Is Pain Management?

May 9, 2017

There are many types of pain, and not every type is treatable with a painkiller or pill. Pain management is a term for a medical specialty. This is a unique


Understanding the Effects of Cancer Treatment on Bone Health

Understanding the Effects of Cancer Treatment on Bone Health

March 29, 2017

Osteoporosis is a fairly common condition that results in weakened, brittle bones and loss of bone mass throughout the body. Although anyone can develop osteoporosis, it is more common in


What Is a Nerve Block and How Can It Help You?

What Is a Nerve Block and How Can It Help You?

March 1, 2017

What Are Nerve Blocks? Nerve blocks work as a way of disrupting pain signals in nerves before the brain has a chance to process that pain. This is achieved by injecting


How to Find a Back Pain Management Solution that Works for You

How to Find a Back Pain Management Solution that Works for You

January 18, 2017

When looking for a chronic back pain management solution, it’s hard to know which treatments will work or last in the long run. You may be prescribed different types of


Recovery After Spinal Cord Stimulation

Recovery After Spinal Cord Stimulation Procedure

January 4, 2017

Spinal cord stimulation is recommended for those with neuropathic or radicular pain. Sometimes, amputees who suffer from “phantom pain” may require this surgery. Other candidates may be those who suffer