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The Basics of Spinal Fusion Recovery

Spinal fusion surgery is commonly performed to reduce compression on a group of nerve roots and prevent excessive motion between two or more vertebrae. The fusion is achieved by placing bone graft material between the affected vertebrae. Surgery may be necessary when pressure caused by a herniated disc or other abnormality is causing severe, debilitating… Read More »


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The Anatomy of Back Pain

We don’t often think about the many benefits of a functional back until basic functions like bending over to sit down have been disrupted by pain. The spine supports everything we do, from walking across a parking lot to lying comfortably in bed at night. Because the spine is constantly in use in some way,… Read More »







Covering Important Points about Spinal Fusion

Chronic neck or back pain is draining problem to live with. Still, many people are apprehensive to talk with their doctor about ongoing pain. We understand that one should be cautious about undergoing any type of spinal procedure. However, it is also important to remember that a consultation with a spinal specialist is only one… Read More »


Neck Pain, Hamilton, NJ

Neck Pain Requires a Personal Approach

Neck pain is a common problem that affects millions of people worldwide. Typically, doctors attempt to reduce symptoms using nonsurgical modalities like heat, ice, medication, and physical therapy. In some cases, however, surgery is the best option for attaining lasting relief from neck pain. Reasons for Neck Surgery Neck surgery is typically only performed for… Read More »


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What is a Collapsed Disc?

The spinal column is described as having several segments. Each segment has specific nuances, such as how it curves and what it supports. Across all segments of the spine, the natural structure includes bones called vertebrae and gelatinous structures called discs. Spinal discs sit in between the vertebrae, one stacked on top of another. The… Read More »


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