Spinal Stenosis Treatment New Jersey

Herniated Disc vs. Spinal Stenosis

Everyone will deal with back pain at one point or another in their lives, and when you think about it, it is not really a surprise. Our spines have a staggering number of moving parts, all in close proximity to the brain’s main connection to the rest of our bodies. The spine is a mass… read more

What Are Your Surgical Options for Spinal Stenosis?

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With over 200,000 cases of spinal stenosis diagnosed each year, this condition is relatively common. That’s because it’s a condition that often occurs as an individual ages. There isn’t a whole lot you can do in order to prevent spinal stenosis, but you can do quite a bit in order to treat or manage the… read more

Spinal Stenosis FAQ Part 1

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In world of medical terminology, there are a lot of tongue-twisters! Spinal stenosis is one of them. Most people get that it is a condition of the spine, but get lost at “stenosis.” The word “stenosis” comes from the Greek term “stenos” and its derivatives, “stenoun” and “stenosis.” These three terms mean “narrow,” “make narrow,”… read more

Best Weight Training Exercises for Back Pain – Part 3

Did you know that weight training is better for your back than cardio? At the Spine Institute of North America, we have dedicated ourselves to providing solutions to back pain, because we understand how badly back pain can affect daily life. As with most treatments, ours work better when our patients have healthy habits. We… read more

Are You Hurting Your Back? Part 2

Many back injuries happen over time and are a result of bad habits. At the Spine Institute of North America, we have relieved back pain for many people, and over the years, we have learned certain habits that can harm your back. In our last blog, we shared three ways you may be hurting your… read more

Spinal Surgery FAQ – Part 8

When you have back troubles, you end up missing out on a lot of the things you used to enjoy. Back problems tend to snowball as well, because your spine is so important to every function of your body. If you have been trying remedies for over six months without success, back surgery is probably… read more

Spinal Surgery FAQ – Part 3

Any surgical operation is quite an undertaking, and at the SPine Institute of North America, we understand that it can be overwhelming. While it is worth it to find relief, it can be stressful when you don’t understand it fully. That is why we are using a series of blogs to answer frequently asked questions.… read more

Chronic Pain vs. Acute Pain

If you are experiencing pain, it is unique to you. Is it sharp? Has it been around for a while? Does it keep you from participating in activities, or just make the activities harder? At the Spine Institute of North America, we specialize in understanding and relieving pain. We work very hard to stay on… read more

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Part 2

In our last blog, we discussed open-spine surgery. Our Top Rated Local® Spine Institute works to make this traditional operation irrelevant to you, protecting you from complications and long recovery times. Whether you suffer from sciatica or spinal stenosis and beyond, our seasoned experts are ready to transparently consult with you to find a pain-free… read more