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Exploring the Latest Research in Spine Injections

A spine injection is a non-invasive method for relieving chronic back pain. While pain injections have been around for many years, medical advances continue to improve outcomes and widen the scope of ...
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Is Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Right for Me?

There are all types of different conditions you might suffer from, which may lead you to wonder whether invasive spine surgery is the best decision. If you are in constant pain and discomfort, have ...
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Treating Your Pain: Customized Approaches to Pain Management

Just as there’s no single cause of back pain, so there can be no single approach to treating or managing it. The key, as pain management doctor Neel Mehta, MD understands, is to customize a ...
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Dr. Fu's recent article on Spine-Health.com

The Center for Comprehensive Spine Care’s own Dr. Fu explains in a recent article on Spine-health.com that spinal fusion surgery to treat scoliosis should be considered as a patient’s ...
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Spinal Cord Stimulation 101 - What Is it and How Does it Work?

Spinal cord stimulation, often referred to as neurostimulation therapy, is a chronic pain therapy that’s been shown to be effective and safe for patients experiencing spine pain who have not ...
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Bacteria Links Crohn's Disease, Arthritis, Researchers Find

Cornell Chronicle Bacteria Links Crohn's Disease, Arthritis, Researchers Find By Jen Singer February 9 * Dr. Randy Longman, director of the Jill Roberts Institute Longman Lab and assistant ...
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Spine Care Center Has New Care Model, In-House Specialists

Cornell Chronicle Spine Care Center Has New Care Model, In-House Specialists By Timothy Malcolm February 9 * Dr. Roger Härtl, Director of Spinal Surgery and Neurotrauma and Co-Director of the ...
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Once Hammertoe Process Begins, Treatment Is Necessary

St. Louis Post Dispatch Once Hammertoe Process Begins, Treatment Is Necessary By Dr. Keith Roach February 10 * Dr. Keith Roach, associate professor of clinical medicine * ...
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Carnegie Mellon On The Job At Education Career Fair

Gulf News Journal Carnegie Mellon On The Job At Education Career Fair February 9 * Weill Cornell Medicine in Qatar * ...
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New Board Chair Is Appointed

Newport This Week February 9 * Dr. Lewis C. Cantley, Meyer Director of the Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center and professor of cancer biology in medicine * ...
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How to Know When Bleeding During Sex Is NBD and When It's a Problem

SELF Magazine How to Know When Bleeding During Sex Is NBD and When It's a Problem By Amy Marturana February 9 * Dr. Jacques L. Moritz, affiliate assistant professor of clinical obstetrics and ...
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Top Anxiety News For Psychiatrists

Healio Psychiatric Annals Top Anxiety News For Psychiatrists February 10 * Dr. John T. Walkup, DeWitt Wallace Senior Scholar and professor of psychiatry * ...
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10 Ways to Erase Broken Capillaries-and Prevent Them Completely

Reader's Digest 10 Ways to Erase Broken Capillaries-and Prevent Them Completely By Lyndsay Cohn February 10 * Dr. Mark H. Schwartz provides commentary on how to prevent and treat telangiectasia, ...
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Weill Cornell's Spine Care Center Leverages Multidisciplinary Approach: 6 Highlights

Becker's Spine Review Weill Cornell's Spine Care Center Leverages Multidisciplinary Approach: 6 Highlights By Megan Wood February 9 * The new Center for Comprehensive Spine Care at Weill ...
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Research Uncovers Bacteria Linking Crohn's Disease to Arthritis

Specialty Pharma Journal Research Uncovers Bacteria Linking Crohn's Disease to Arthritis By Nicole Watkins February 7 * Dr. Randy Longman's new study, published in Science Translational ...
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Back Pain Treatment: When to Consider Spine Injections

No matter who you are, you’ll most likely experience lower back pain at some point in your adult life. Most of the time, the pain goes away within a few weeks, but what happens if it lingers and ...
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Dr. Roger Härtl: Innovations In Microscopic Spine Surgery

Becker’s Spine Review Dr. Roger Härtl: Innovations In Microscopic Spine Surgery By Laura Dyrda February 6 · Dr. Roger Härtl discusses recent innovations in minimally invasive ...
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Understanding Lower Back Pain

It’s one of the most common complaints among Americans. It doesn’t discriminate based on race. It doesn’t favor a certain gender. Lower back pain will afflict 80 percent of all ...
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Conservative Treatment Versus Surgery for Lumbosacral Radiculopathy with Muscle Weakness and Loss of Reflexes

Point/Counterpoint Guest Discussants: Sayed E Wahezi, MD, Andrew Lederman, MD, Eric H Elowitz, MD Feature Editor : Jaspal Ricky Singh, MD Conservative Treatment Versus Surgery for Lumbosacral ...
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Two Approaches to Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections for the Treatment of Radiating Low-back Pain: What is the Evidence?

Point/Counterpoint Guest Discussants: Steven P Cohen, MD, Michael B Furman, MD, MS, Nicholas H Weber, DO Feature Editor: Jaspal Ricky Singh, MD Two Approaches to Transforaminal Epidural Steroid ...
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Image-Guided Hip Injections

Journal of Novel Physiotherapy and Physical Rehabilitation Review Article Authors: Drs Evren Yasar, Jaspal R Singh, John Hill, and Venu Akuthota Image-Guided Hip Injections Hip pain is a common type ...
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Cooled Versus Conventional Thermal Radiofrequency Neurotomy for the Treatment of Lumbar Facet Pain

Point/Counterpoint Guest Discussants: Prempreet S Bajaj, DO, Jonathan Napolitano, MD, Wenbao Wang, MD, Jianguo Cheng, MD, PhD Feature Editor: Jaspal Ricky Singh, MD Cooled Versus Conventional Thermal ...
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Platelet-Rich Plasma Versus an Eccentric Exercise Program for Chronic Tennis Elbow

Point/Counterpoint Guest Discussants: Joseph Ihm, MD, Kenneth Mautner, MD, Joseph Blazuk, MD Feature Editor: Jaspal Ricky Singh, MD Platelet-Rich Plasma Versus an Eccentric Exercise Program for ...
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