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INFECTION PREVENTION
INFECTION PREVENTION

Our bodies are magnificent at performing myriad functions throughout every moment of our lives, some with our knowledge, but most are performed without our conscious awareness. Among these functions, our body is continuously combating foreign offenders like viruses...

ENDOSCOPY — WHAT TO EXPECT
ENDOSCOPY — WHAT TO EXPECT

It is normal to have some apprehension prior to any surgical procedure, even the most minimally invasive ones like our endoscopic procedures. We hope to allay some of those fears by equipping you with information so you know what to expect and can feel more at ease as...

Anterior Cervical Discectomy & Fusion Surgery (ACDF)
Anterior Cervical Discectomy & Fusion Surgery (ACDF)

Injury and degeneration can cause problems to the neck (cervical) region of the spine. When this occurs, symptoms can range from mild to severely limiting and sometimes dangerous. Thankfully, there are minimally invasive surgical techniques that can correct these...

CERVICAL STENOSIS WITH MYELOPATHY
CERVICAL STENOSIS WITH MYELOPATHY

Your spine does the crucial job of protecting your spinal cord which is encased within a cavity called the spinal canal. Part of the central nervous system, the spinal cord sends and receives information from the brain to and from all parts of the body. If, as a...

Kyphosis Disorder
Kyphosis Disorder

Back pain can be debilitating, anxiety-inducing, and interfere with daily activities, but there are treatments! In our SPINE ANATOMY 101 post, we discussed the structure of the spine. With this understanding, we can delve into conditions where the spine is impaired...

TESSYS VS iLESSYS ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY
TESSYS VS iLESSYS ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY

Endoscopic surgery is the next evolution in spine surgery, with endoscopic fellowships being offered in major teaching institutions throughout the world. Two minimally invasive methods, TESSYS and iLESSYS, provide more gentle endoscopic-technique options for spine...

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