Most often a herniated cervical disc in the neck is related to the natural aging of your spine; however, additional risk factors may put you at an increased risk.
Most often a herniated disc in the back is related to the natural aging of your spine; however, additional risk factors may put you at an increased risk.
Learn how having back surgery for a herniated disc helped a middle-aged high school athletic director and coach get back to work without back pain.
Back pain is one of the most common reasons people seek the care of a physician or miss work. Seek back pain relief today.
Patient undergoes lumbar disc herniation surgery to correct his back pain after physical therapy and injections failed.
After a lumbar disc herniation patient seeks both nonsurgical and surgical options to relieve his back pain.
Patient returns home for the holidays and a quick check up to find out he needs back surgery to correct his lumbar disc herniation and spinal stenosis.
After suffering a lumbar disc herniation, firefighter undergoes back surgery to relieve the pain and allow him to return to work.
Endoscopic spine surgery can be a great alternative to traditional back surgery because it comes with various benefits. But when is this procedure the right choice—and for whom? Read on…
Is a herniated disc serious? Learn about the treatment plan that allowed a police officer to return to work pain-free.
Major Anderson thought he had a simple pinched nerve that wouldn’t go away, later, he found out he had a herniated disc and would need neck surgery to remain active.
During a routine training, John’s commitment to being a firefighter was threatened when he felt a twinge in his upper back. Learn how he found treatment for his back pain.
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