Whiplash is a term that describes injury to the neck that occurs as a result of a motor vehicle or car accident. The most common type of car accident is the rear impact, and most typically, the occupant in the vehicle that gets “rear-ended” (hit from behind) is at the greatest risk of injury, including…Details
Tai Chi emphasizes breathing and movement that are both flowing and graceful. Though its primary action is in the movement and breathing, this must all be carried out with particular mental focus during Tai Chi. This is why Tai Chi has often been referred to as “meditation in motion.” In theory, Tai Chi directly affects…Details
Your back pain doesn’t take a vacation… There are a number of back pain relief remedies that you can easily incorporate into your routine to help manage your pain. Learn about a number of relatively simple ways of cooling back pain and other back pain relief tips. Cool it–with Ice Even with all the high…Details
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