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What Degree of Curvature Is Considered Scoliosis?

What Degree of Curvature Is Considered Scoliosis? Scoliosis is a condition that causes individuals to have a side-to-side curve in their spine. While it is often found in adolescents, scoliosis is also commonly seen in adults. Small curves in the spine rarely result in any problems. However, treatment may be […]

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How to Avoid Back Pain When Cycling and Biking

Biking can be a good aerobic exercise option, especially if you experience lower back pain. However, cycling can also be a cause of discomfort. If you notice an increase in lower back pain from bike riding, you may need to adjust your routine. How Does Cycling Cause Back Pain? While […]

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What Are Possible Causes of Uneven Hips?

When people experience a condition known as uneven hips, their pelvis may be misaligned. The scientific term for misaligned hips is “lateral pelvic tilt.” At the Spine INA, we see many patients with hip imbalance or other pelvic issues. Learn more about why you may have tilted hips and what […]

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What Is Recovery From the Vertiflex® Procedure Like?

The unpleasant symptoms of lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) can make engaging in your favorite activities and daily routines difficult. However, it’s possible to ease the pain associated with LSS by taking a gentle, less invasive and clinically approved approach. If your symptoms require more than conservative treatments, the Vertiflex procedure […]

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Scoliosis vs. Kyphosis: How Are They Different?

Spinal deformities come in many different forms. Two of the most common spinal deformities are scoliosis and kyphosis. While both of these spinal deformities cause curvatures in the spine and can even occur simultaneously, there are significant differences between these conditions. Learn more about what makes scoliosis and kyphosis different. […]

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