Center for Spinal Disorders sponsored boat, “Watch Your Back” is excited to announce their first place win at the 2011 Key West World Championship event. Check out the video below to see “Watch Your Back” in action.
Thursday’s Current Controversies in Spine Surgery symposium featured debates on the role of vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty in the treatment of vertebral compression fractures (VCFs), surgical treatment of the sacroiliac (SI) joint and the risks of bone morphogenic protein (BMP)-2 in patients undergoing spine surgery. The first debate focused on the treatment of VCFs, and Isador…Details
Do you have travel plans this holiday season? Follow these simple travel tips to stay pain-free and enjoy your travels from beginning to end. For many people with back pain or neck pain, the prospect of a long trip can be daunting. The seats in cars, airplanes, buses, and trains aren’t always the most comfortable…Details
The “Watch Your Back” team is currently preparing for the most anticipated race of the year! The team will travel to Key West the week of November 6th – 13th for the 2011 Key West World Championships. This week-long event is action packed with lots of activities, parades, and races. Check out the video below……Details
Ah fall, how I love you. The sweaters, the apple cider, the crunching leaves (I will go out of my way to step on them, just to feel like a little kid again). The football, the pumpkins, the yard work. The yard work? All right, so technically, I don’t do any yard work because I…Details
The typical posture seen in a doctor’s office are of patients that are present with a mild to moderate forward head carriage, rounded shoulders, slumped and slouched appearance, and often patients with anterior pelvic tilt. There are many causes of these imbalances. Mostly, they are caused by adaptively deconditioned muscles secondary to chronically poor posture.…Details