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Candidacy and Preparation for the Minuteman® Procedure

Are you living with chronic back or leg pain that nonsurgical procedures have not relieved? You may benefit from the Minuteman® procedure. The Minuteman® procedure is an innovative treatment offering relief to patients with chronic pain without major surgery. Our experts at Spine Institute of North America will assess your […]

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8 Reasons You May Be Experiencing Back and Hip Pain

This content was medically reviewed by Baher S. Yanni, MD, on February 8th, 2021. Pain can be distressing, especially if you’re unsure what brought it on. If you are experiencing back and hip pain, these aggravating symptoms are usually the result of overuse or injury. The frustrating aspect of combined hip and back […]

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Neurosurgeon or Orthopedic Surgeon — Which Should You See?

If you have an injury or condition that requires spinal surgery, you may be overwhelmed with your treatment options. A good place to start is to decide what kind of physician is best for you. Neurosurgeons have traditionally been the providers of choice when spine surgery is needed. However, as […]

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Bulging Disc Signs and Treatment Options

You can think of intervertebral discs as soft cushions that separate the vertebrae of the spine. When a disc’s jelly-like center protrudes out of its normal position between the vertebra, doctors refer to it as a bulging disc. Read on to learn more about bulging discs, including signs and symptoms, […]

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Why Does Your Back Hurt After Dancing?

Dancing requires a lot of physical exertion and flexibility. That’s why people who dance often may find that they experience back pain after dancing. Learn more about some common causes of back pain in dancers and your treatment options. Why Does My Back Hurt After Dancing? The movements associated with […]

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