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The NJ Spine and Wellness blog brings you the latest in sports medicine education, news, and tips. Contact us to suggest a topic!

2 October 2019

Stem cell therapy has shown promising results in better understanding various diseases, health issues and their treatments. However, there are numerous speculations and controversies surrounding this therapy, which has prevented people from realizing the many benefits it has to offer.  While clinical trials and research on stem cells are still underway, researchers are hopeful that […]

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14 July 2018

Participating in sports is always good for keeping in shape, learning how to work in a team setting, and being disciplined. While there are always safety precautions while playing any sport, accidents can happen.  One of the most common sport injuries that occur is concussion. By definition a concussion is an injury to the brain […]

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27 June 2018

Symptoms of Radiculopathy The biggest giveaway of a pinched nerve is neuropathic pain. Paresthesia is another common symptom, with many people reporting feelings of numbness and tingling in the affected area. Many also report feeling a “pins and needles” sensation. Muscle weakness is another symptom. Radiculopathy symptoms could show up in different parts of the body; […]

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19 June 2018

Whether you are 13 or 30, it is safe to say that playing sports is a good exercise for everyone to stay healthy and be in shape. However there is always that risk of getting severely injured if one does not take the right safety precautions. Some common injuries that can occur during sports: Sprains – […]

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1 June 2018

It is getting hot out, and I mean HOT! The dog days of summer are looming ahead of us and whether you are lying on the beach or soldiering through pre-season workouts, we could all use a little extra H2O this time of year.  Staying hydrated is often overlooked but isvitally important to your body’s functionality. The body of an average adult is comprised more than 60 […]

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1 June 2018

Losing weight is something that can be difficult for just about anyone to accomplish. A lot of people find short-term success with different diets, but sustaining the weight they lose can be a struggle. If you find that you are constantly dealing with weight gain post diet, consider following the tips discussed in this article. […]

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2 May 2018

Whether you are a student, teacher, lawyer, or a retired citizen, mental health issues have no target audience: they can affect almost anyone. Taking care of your mental health is extremely important to your overall well-being, and an even have physical ramifications if not properly addressed. Did you know that there are natural ways to […]

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18 April 2018

Spring has finally arrived! For some of us, this also means the beginning of the sneezing, itchy eyes and runny noses. Seasonal allergies affect more than 17 million adults and 6 million kids. Allergies vary from person to person all are on the immune system’s inflammatory reaction to a substance it considers foreign. Seasonal or […]

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28 March 2018

Our brains are constantly working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week…even when we’re sleeping! As the saying goes ‘a mind is a terrible thing to waste’. In the US alone, 1 in 5 adults suffer from a mental health illness…that’s over 40 million Americans. One of the most under-recognized factors in the development […]

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15 March 2018

As you are reading this, your brain (specifically your parietal lobe) is processing each word and sentence and instantly recognizes and understands it. Reading is something we do and don’t even think about it (no pun intended). Every action begins with nerves sending signals to different parts of our brains. Whether it be deciding what […]

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