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What is a Sacroiliac Injection?

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The sacroiliac joints are the large joints that are attached to spine in the lower back, which can become inflamed causing pain in the lower back and hip region. While there are many options for treating sacroiliac pain issues, many patients want to pursue non-invasive options versus surgery or other invasive treatments. One option for …
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Prolotherapy for Chronic Back Pain

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Back pain can be disabling, causing a person to lose time from work and the leisure activities they enjoy. Many back pain problems are caused by damage or injury to the connective tissue in the back, neck and surrounding the spine. While many of these types of injuries heal with rest or non-surgical treatments, when …
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Spondylosis

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Spine degeneration happens to just about everyone as they age. However, some people are more negatively affected by Spondylosis than others and require intervention to achieve a quality of life that they can live with. Everyone will have age-related wear and tear that affects the spinal disks in the neck. As bodies age, they dehydrate …
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Spinal Bone Spurs

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Bone spurs are bony enlargements that grow out of normal bone structure. Sometimes bone spurs are not painful, cause no symptoms, and can go undetected for years. However, some people face extreme pain from bone spurs. Where they are located and their size has the most to do with how they affect each person. Bone …
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Alternative Back Pain Treatment

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Not everyone with back issues wants to undergo surgery. Not everyone with back pain needs to undergo surgery either. A comprehensive approach to spine care is generally the most widely used treatment for chronic and acute back pain. By working together, physicians, chiropractors, massage therapists, acupuncture therapists, and physical therapists are often able to provide …
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