Healthy Travel Tips: How can I eat healthy while traveling?

Healthy Travel Tips: How can I eat healthy while traveling?

The holiday season is a time for delicious food. However, it’s also a time when people are concerned about gaining weight.

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5 reasons cycling is more than just a healthy exercise

5 reasons cycling is more than just a healthy exercise

OrthoIndy non-operative spine physician, Dr. Meredith Langhorst discusses how cycling can improve your overall health.

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Patient returns to OrthoIndy for a second hip replacement

Patient returns to OrthoIndy for a second hip replacement

Total joint replacement patient returns to OrthoIndy for a second surgery.

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First patient in Indiana to undergo surgery with the Mazor X Robotics Guidance System

First patient in Indiana to undergo surgery with the Mazor X Robotics Guidance System

Amanda was the first patient in Indiana to have surgery with the Mazor X Robotics Guidance System. The Mazor X combines pre-operative planning tools and guidance.

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What is sciatica during pregnancy and is there relief?

What is sciatica during pregnancy and is there relief?

Sciatica during pregnancy is due to the increasing amounts of the hormone relaxin in the mom’s system in preparation for childbirth; however, there are relief options.

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Spine patient: Before back surgery

Spine patient: Before back surgery

When back pain began to hinder his job and overall quality of life, Justin knew it was time to seek back surgery options.

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Meet the OrthoIndy Spine Physicians

Meet the OrthoIndy Spine Physicians

The OrthoIndy Spine team consists of seven fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons with over 170 years of combined experience.

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Back pain relief with surgery and therapy

Back pain relief with surgery and therapy

Back problems are scary. Back surgery even more so. But surgery can give you the life you love. Read Sue’s story to learn how spine surgery brought her freedom.

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Do you have low back pain but aren’t ready for surgery?

Do you have low back pain but aren’t ready for surgery?

Low back pain is extremely common. Eighty percent of the population will experience back pain at some point in their life.

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Chronic low back pain? You may qualify for a clinical research study

Chronic low back pain? You may qualify for a clinical research study

For most people, back pain resolves within a few weeks or months. However, for 7 percent of sufferers, back pain becomes a chronic condition that can affect every aspect of daily life.

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What every gymnast should know about back pain

What every gymnast should know about back pain

Back pain from gymnastics is a common issue that most gymnasts deal with, however there are treatment options and ways to avoid injuries.

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Vacation ends with back surgery

Vacation ends with back surgery

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.

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