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  • What are the most likely causes of upper back pain?

    Pain in the upper back is usually the result of poor posture, muscle overuse, or injury. Treatment may include home remedies, such as rest and gentle exercises, or possibly seeing a physical therapist.

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  • Cervical Radiofrequency Ablation Explained

    Cervical radiofrequency ablation is an alternative to surgery when you have headaches or pain related to cervical spine changes. The procedure involves damaging nerves that are transmitting pain signals to your brain.

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  • A Guide to Spinal Fusion Recovery

    Spinal fusion surgery is a major procedure with a lengthy recovery time. There’s no one set path for recovery from spinal fusion surgery. Everyone’s recovery timeline can look slightly different depending on factors such as their overall health, ability to exercise, ability to heal, weight, and more.

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  • Your Guide to Cervical Spinal Stenosis

    Cervical spinal stenosis is a type of spinal stenosis, a condition that occurs when your spinal canal narrows. The narrowing can put pressure on the spinal cord, which can lead to myelopathy, which is damage to the spinal cord.

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  • Cervical Disc Replacement Surgery: Eligibility, Procedure, Recovery, and More

    A cervical disc replacement (CDR) is a procedure that replaces a damaged disc between the vertebrae in your neck with an artificial disc. Discs are gel-like cushions that reduce friction between your vertebrae.

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