Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, have you recently found yourself working from home? Many of us suddenly went from having to commute across town to walking across our home to begin the workday. There are numerous advantages to working from home, like greater flexibility and, of course, being able to...Read more
If you wake up with a stiff neck, you could have slept wrong. Feel pain shooting down your back when you get off the couch after sitting for a while? Maybe you just need to stretch. Then again, in both of these instances, you could have facet hypertrophy.
What is facet hypertrophy?
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If you’re dealing with chronic back pain, you probably remember the first day it hit. At this point, you may worry that you’ll never experience a day without that pain. Minimally invasive back surgery may be just what you need. Let’s explore the five reasons you should consider minimally invas...Read more
What Causes Scoliosis
A normal, healthy spine has some curvature to it. These gentle curves, which can generally be seen when a person turns to the side, “help the spine absorb stress from body movement and gravity,” said WebMD. But when that curvature is too great, the condition is called sc...Read more
You may be thinking to yourself, “It feels like a knife slicing down my leg,” or “It’s the worst cramp I’ve ever had,” or “I thought the numbness and weakness were bad until the throbbing started.” Sciatica pain can express itself in several different ways, but no matter which sy...Read more
“Degenerative disc disease” (DDD) is, admittedly, a scary term. No one wants to hear that they have a disease, even though “disease” is a bit of a misnomer here because DDD is actually more of a condition. But, the word “degenerative” really isn’t all that better, and those who receive...Read more
Myelopathy is a condition in which the spinal cord becomes compressed, resulting in pain and injury. Whether the root cause is a herniated disc, spinal stenosis, or some other condition or traumatic event, myelopathy can often be treated conservatively with a combination of medication and physical t...Read more
Millions of people across the country have spent the last couple of months working from home, and millions are going to continue to do so for the foreseeable future. In fact, many companies have made permanent changes to allow for more flexible work conditions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Washington Post cautioned that text neck or tech neck was becoming an epidemic back in 2014, and many years later, the problem has only worsened. We spend so much time looking down at our phone that it can cause harm and pain. You can keep that from happening with a little awareness, and fix the...Read more