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  • Nonoperative Options for Back Surgery

    Nonoperative Options for Back Surgery

    Back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide. If you have experienced back pain, you know how consuming and debilitating the sensation can be. Most people who experience mild back pain recover quickly, however recurrence is common, and for a small percentage of individuals, the condition is chronic and disabling. Some conditions are treated with surgical operations.

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  • What Happens During ACLSurgery?

    What Happens During ACLSurgery?

    The ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) is an important ligament that provides stability tothe knee. ACL injuries are among the most commonly occurring sports injuries. Suddenmovements where a player changes direction quickly - such as basketball, soccer, andfootball, play a crucial part in ACL injuries. A loud "popping" sound or sensation in theknee, severe pain, rapid swelling, and a feeling of knee instability are common signs andsymptoms of a torn ACL.

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  • Why The Holidays Are A Great Time To Have Surgery

    Why The Holidays Are A Great Time To Have Surgery

    If you have been recommended for an elective orthopedic surgery, the holiday season might be the perfect time for it. Sure, you might not be able to attend every holiday gathering and activity, but there’s a lot to gain from having surgery during this time. And with same day surgery you can undergo surgery without spending your entire holiday in the hospital.

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  • Could I Have a Herniated Disc?

    Could I Have a Herniated Disc?

    A herniated disc may be referred to by many names, such as a slipped disc, or a ruptured or bulging disc. The vertebrae that form the spine are cushioned by round, flat disc. When these discs are healthy, they act as shock absorbers for the spine and keep the spine flexible. If they become damaged, they may bulge abnormally or break open. When the disc ruptures, a portion of the spinal disc pushes outside its normal boundary–this is called a herniated disc.

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  • Why You Need an Independent Medical Exam (IME) after a Work Injury

    Why You Need an Independent Medical Exam (IME) after a Work Injury

    An independent medical exam (IME) is needed after a work injury to help the Worker’s Compensation Board or your insurance company properly verify your injury claim. You risk losing your benefits if you don’t attend the IME. Here are some general guidelines to help you prepare for your independent medical exam.

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