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30 June 2020

If you’ve ever dealt with chronic shoulder pain, you know how debilitating it can be. From daily pain to impaired range of motion, shoulder pain is a problem a medical professional needs to address if it persists, as it could be a sign of an underlying issue requiring physical therapy or even surgery. At NJ […]

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12 June 2020

Knee pain is one of the most frequent joint-related complaints orthopedic surgeons hear from adults. While common, knee pain can become debilitating if ignored for too long, as it is often a sign of a joint issue which requires surgery. However, advanced surgical and even non-surgical procedures can alleviate chronic knee pain. At NJ Spine […]

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30 May 2020

Addressing your back pain with surgery can be a serious step toward your recovery. You’re ready for relief, and you want to put your procedure in the hands of someone you trust. Selecting a spine surgeon who can fulfill this role is a big decision. It may feel impossible to conduct meticulous research when you […]

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14 May 2020

Back pain is a frustrating experience most people will go through at some point in their lives. Even a minor ache in your lower back can be distracting. Typically, back pain is linked to common issues, like strained muscles. After a few days of mild discomfort and over-the-counter remedies, the pain usually goes away. In […]

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30 April 2020

Whether you have musculoskeletal pain or other chronic conditions, you want a solution to restore your lifestyle. When your doctor recommends surgery, it’s natural to stop and consider if the procedure is the best option possible. Surgery requires a significant time and financial commitment, and you want to make sure your outcome is worth this […]

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24 January 2020

A small herniated disc in your back can cause life-disrupting pain throughout your body. Though not everyone needs surgery, if your doctor has recommended this procedure for your back pain, you need to learn more about it. Surgery on a herniated disc can get you back on your feet and ease your pain. What Is […]

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20 January 2020

If you have lower back pain, you should have the best treatment for the longest-lasting results. Treatment options are not all equal. Some may not work as well, and the best relief for your back pain will depend on the cause. This article will help you to find out how to stop your back from […]

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17 January 2020

Your brain and spinal cord work together to form the central nervous system, a complex mechanism that controls everything the body can do. With a system this complicated and crucial, it’s no wonder that even the slightest injury or mishap to our spinal cord can wreak a fair amount of havoc. When it comes to […]

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13 January 2020

When it comes to any injury, including those to your neck, surgery should be your final option. There are plenty of more conservative methods to treat pain and try to restore normal function to the neck. However, if you’ve worked through alternative options and find yourself at the bottom of the barrel and still in […]

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10 January 2020

Your upper spine, more commonly known as your neck area, consists of a series of cervical vertebrae that connect your spine to your skull. These vertebrae and connected spinal roots nerves provide a significant nerve supply to your head, neck, shoulders and upper arms. They’re crucial to ensuring that your brain and spine can communicate […]

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