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  • Cauda Equina Syndrome

    Cauda equina syndrome is a serious condition caused by the compression and inflammation of the bundle of nerves in the lower section of the spinal canal. Because it may result in paralysis, bowel/bladder incontinence and other sensation and movement problems if left untreated, spine surgery […]

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  • Chiari Malformation

    Chiari malformation is a structural defect in the cerebellum, the part of the brain that controls balance. What Is Chiari Malformation? Normally the cerebellum and parts of the brainstem sit in an indented space at the lower rear of the skull, above the foramen magnum […]

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  • Discitis

    Discitis, or disc space infection, is an inflammatory condition that affects the intervertebral disc space located between two vertebrae, or bones, of the spine. Characterized by the slow onset of severe back pain, discitis is most often seen in children under 10; however, adults may […]

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  • Facet Joint Syndrome

    Facet joint syndrome is a condition in which the facet joints – the joints behind and between the vertebrae responsible for the spine’s stability and flexibility – become inflamed and swollen. The result can be localized or radiating back or neck pain, headaches and limited […]

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  • Foraminal Stenosis

    Between the vertebrae of the spine, there are openings through which the spinal nerve roots pass to exit the spinal column, called foramen. Foraminal stenosis is a condition in which one or more of the vertebral foramen narrows, impinging on or “pinching” the spinal nerve […]

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  • Kyphosis

    Kyphosis is the term used to describe an abnormal outward curvature of the spine. If severe, the condition can contribute to a “hunchback” appearance, and may require spine surgery for treatment. What Is Kyphosis? A certain degree of curvature is normal in the human spine. […]

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  • Muscle Spasms

    Muscle spasms, one of the most common causes of back pain and neck pain, often may be resolved with conservative, non-surgical treatment; however, there are a few signs to be aware of that should prompt a call to the doctor. You’ve just hefted that bag […]

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  • Myelopathy

    Myelopathy is a term used to describe any neurological deficit related to the spinal cord itself. What Is Myelopathy? The term myelopathy is used to describe any neurological deficit related to the spinal cord itself. The deficit(s) can be the result of either injury to […]

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  • Sacroiliac Dysfunction/Piriformis Syndrome

    Sacroiliac dysfunction is a common cause of back pain, and may be associated with pirformis syndrome. What Is Sacroiliac Dysfunction? The sacroiliac joint is located in the low back between the spine and hip joint, and normally does not move much. Misalignment of this joint […]

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  • Radiculopathy

    Radiculopathy is the term used to describe the symptoms of nerve root irritation, which can include pain, numbness, tingling and weakness. What Is Radiculopathy? Nerve roots are the paired bundles of nerve fibers that extend from the spinal cord through openings on the side of […]

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