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Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

We have never met a patient in 20 years that looked forward to surgery. Some new research coming out on shoulder surgery should make them smile though. It’s important to note that the shoulder is one of the most complicated joints in the body....

Doctor Performing Surgery

We see patients almost daily that have been considering, or are considering, spinal surgery as a solution to their pain. Far too often, they see surgery as an early option rather than the last option. We are careful to advise our patients that there...

We have discussed this one before but it’s a doozy and I haven’t talked about it in a about a year. It’s time for a quick refresher on the info! It’s called “Early predictors of lumbar spine surgery after occupational back injury: results from...

Last week we talked about HEADACHES. This week, we talk about AVOIDANCE. By “avoidance” I am referring to the desire to avoid undergoing invasive, painful, and permanent back surgery. Again, this series is based on information provided to me personally by Mr. George McAndrews....

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

The goal for this week’s blog was for it to be able to “speak” to either patient or chiropractor.  For the patient, I would like for it to inspire your good words and action. We need your help. With today’s social media capabilities, your...