Endoscopic Spine Surgery is a type of spine procedure that employs an array of tubes so surgical tools can be funneled to the site. Spine surgery, with time, has evolved and become more effective and less invasive. The least invasive option available today when it comes to disc surgery is endoscopic spine surgery.
A decade ago, it seemed virtually impossible for patients to go home the same or next day after having spine surgery. Patient stay after any minor or major surgery was around 3 to 7 days, typically for treatment of post-surgical pain. The surgery itself was also very invasive with lots of muscle destruction, bigger incision and increased blood…
Becker’s Spine Review recently published an article revealing the results of a survey in which spine surgeons discussed the most challenging moments of their career. See what Dr. Richard Kube‘s response was, below!
Do you ever wonder what exercise you should do to enhance your health? There are several factors that come into play when you have to decide on whether you should ride a stationary bike or walk on the treadmill. Jeremy W. Przybylo gives good insight on such in the article, below.
Are you having back or neck pain? Did you know that you can treat back or neck pain conservatively with Physical Therapy? Read the article by Jeremy W. Przybylo for knowledge on relieving back and neck pain.