What is sciatica pain? Learn more about what causes sciatica and what sciatica pain treatments OrthoIndy uses and whether your back and hip pain is related.
Sciatica is a condition that affects your lower back. It is common between the ages of 30 and 50 or in pregnant women with pressure on the lower back.
Melanie was skeptical as she had seen a few surgeons prior to her injury and had no luck, but Melanie decided to take her chiropractor’s suggestion and began her research before finding OrthoIndy back surgeon, Dr. Kevin O’Neill.
There are different types and curves of scoliosis found in adults and children. Scoliosis looks like a C or S curvature of the spine
Scoliosis back surgery can be performed with OrthoIndy’s spine robotics system, the Mazor X Robotics System to correct your spine’s S or C shaped curvature.
What physical therapy is done after spinal fusion? Find out physical therapy exercises and treatment options from OrthoIndy physical therapist, Megan Boland.
How do you know if you have whiplash, what does whiplash feel like and what a whiplash neck injury feels like.
How do you know where your pain is coming from? Determining the source of your pain will help get you the best results for recovery.
A spinal fracture is a serious injury and should be treated immediately. A rotation fracture happens when you move or bend from side to side too far, causing your vertebrae to fracture.
Your facet joints support your vertebrae movement and your vertebrae make up your spine. Your lower back is designed to bear the weight of your upper body. Facet joint arthritis can cause a lot of pain in your back and can spread if it is not treated.
There are two joints that connect your pelvis or hips to your spine. These joints are called your sacroiliac joints. Dr. Jasper discusses causes of SI joint dysfunction.
Extension fractures are caused by head-on car collisions. This that happens when the small bones in your spine, called your vertebrae, separate from each other because they were extended too far.
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