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Spine Surgery Can Do What Other Therapies May Not

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Hamilton, NJ
Chronic back pain affects millions of Americans. It is reportedly the leading reason that people miss work. When a person has pain that continues for ... read more

Treating Tumors on the Spine

Of the various causes of back pain, spinal tumors are the most uncommon. Many of the spinal tumors that are discovered are benign. However, even ... read more

The Basics of Spinal Fusion Recovery

Spine fusion | Princeton neurological surgery
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 ... read more

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