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Back and Neck Injuries

“Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.” This colloquialism describes physicist Issac Newton’s Third Law of Motion: When two bodies interact by exerting force on each other, these forces (termed the action and the reaction) are equal in magnitude, but opposite in direction. For must of us, we don’t…

The cervical spine consists of the upper seven vertebrae of the spine. The cervical spine’s main purpose is to keep the spinal cord in alignment so simple functions such as breathing, moving, and sense of feeling can occur normally within the body. Spinal ligaments are structures that actually hold the…

Common misnomers and misconceptions peddled by Laser Spine Surgeons in their efforts to procure business. In a 2009 article published by H. Gordon Deen; a Neurosurgeon with the prestigious Mayo Clinic, stated that “At Mayo Clinic we do not use or recommend laser spine surgery. Laser spine surgery has been…