Back Pain

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April 11, 2013

What is a Slipped Disc?

Follow The term, “slipped disc” is commonly used for a spinal condition which can also be referred to as a ruptured disc, herniated disc or a […]
April 8, 2013

What is Facet Arthrosis?

Follow There are many spinal conditions that occur due to aging and facet arthrosis is one of them. Facet arthrosis occurs as the joints located in […]
April 6, 2013

What is Lumbar Laminectomy?

Follow A lumbar laminectomy is a surgical procedure that is also known as an open decompression. The procedure is designed to relieve the pressure that is […]
April 2, 2013

How to Reduce the Risk of Back Pain

Follow There can be many different risk factors for developing back pain; some of them are controllable while factors like genetics or again which predispose an […]