Degenerative disc disease in your spine isn’t really a disease, but the term used to describe common age—or injury–related—changes to the discs in your spine. These include the loss of fluid/hydration in the discs, which can result in reduced flexibility, and tears or cracks in the outer layer of the disc that can cause it…Details
Prairie Spine and Pain Institute and Dr. Kube are trained to use stem cell therapy to promote natural healing with spine and orthopedic conditions. Our goal is to help you restore your function and mobility or decrease your back and neck pain to restore your quality of life.
Each week, Becker’s releases additions to their Ask Spine Surgeons series, and earlier this month, spine surgeons were asked to answer a few questions. Check out Dr. Richard Kube’s responses, below!Details
According to Dr. Bhandarkar, patients undergoing disc surgery frequently ask a many questions about recovery and how soon they can resume their routines.Details
The spine is divided in four segments: The part which forms the neck is called the ‘cervical spine,’ the part which forms the back is called the ‘thoracic spine,’ the part which forms the lower back is called as the ‘lumbar spine’ and the part which forms the bottom and the tail bone is called…Details