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  • Despite enduring real and constant misery, many chronic back pain patients pain hesitate before considering surgery. At our New Jersey back pain practice we do favor a conservative approach that begins with exercise, medication, and other protocols, but when these remedies don’t work and our patients continue to suffer, we often recommend surgery.  Though the…

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    Have a healthy back? Consider yourself incredibly lucky! But even people who don’t suffer from chronic back pain are at risk for acute, short-term back pain that puts a crimp in both your back and your style. The holidays are a particularly risky time in terms of injuries and over exertion. Here is a list…

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    Running is one of those activities that people either love, or love to hate. Those who opt out of the sport have no understanding whatsoever of enthusiasts’ passion, and at the first mention of injuries, aches, or pains they are quick to offer enthusiastic unsolicited advice that is best summed up by “quit immediately.” This…

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    If you suffer from chronic lower back pain, there’s a good chance that getting out of bed in the morning is the most challenging part of your day. If you’re afflicted with immobilizing pain first thing in the morning you are not alone. Many patients of our New Jersey spine specialty practice tell us that…

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    Whether your back issues are long-standing, caused by an injury, or have developed in the last few months after working from home, the need for relief is universal. At our New Jersey spine surgery practice, we strongly believe in taking a conservative approach to back pain, and encourage our patients to keep moving and adding…

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    When your neck or back are hurting, the idea of exercising may feel more than counter-intuitive: it might sound like torture! But the truth is that the best thing you can do both to ease your pain and to prevent it in the future is stretching and strengthening the muscles that make up and support…

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    Qualifying to participate in September’s Ironman 70.3 World Championship would be a remarkable achievement for anybody, but imagine doing so just eight weeks after surgery for spondylolisthesis. That is exactly what 58-year-old Georgie Edmiston accomplished, and the Pennsylvania man is giving much of the credit to the healthcare team that performed his surgery and helped…

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    One of the most common complaints voiced by people with back pain is the way that it affects their sleep.  Not only does their discomfort keep them from being able to relax and sleep through the night, but they also find that when they awaken, they feel even worse. The good news is that a…

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    Back pain strikes just about everybody at some point. In some cases the pain is temporary, lasting just a few days or weeks, and in others it is a sign of damage or degeneration that requires intervention, therapy, and possibly surgery.  If what you are experiencing is the former, then there is a single, simple…

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