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Dr. Conor Hogan Oct 16
Happy to all who have and problems. is there to remind you to get some help. My book will help you deal with all this pain thanks to editor
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Aaron Sophocleous 16 Oct 17
Today is to help spread awareness to spinal disorders. Thankful for my spinal fusion which helped my disorder
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Falls & Fragility Oct 16
Spine fractures are one of the most common fragility fractures. However, it is particularly difficult for FLSs to identify people with such fractures. Find out more here:
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SCIRE Community Oct 16
It's ! "The main functions of the spinal cord are to pass along information related to movement, sensation, reflexes, and organ function." Check out our page on on spinal cord anatomy for a refresher:
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FitzpatrickReferrals 16 Oct 17
Pets can also suffer from spinal problems - here are 5 signs to spot
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Inflatable Spine 16 Oct 17
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J&J Africa Oct 16
Back pain is the biggest single cause of disability on the planet with 1in4 adults estimated to suffer from back pain during their lives. Medical Devices recently debuted next generation technology to assist with delicate spine surgery
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Shriners Hospital Oct 16
In honor of we wanted to share Liam's newest brace- decorated as a jersey! We love it when our patients are proud to show off their brace! To learn more about our comprehensive spine program, follow the link:
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World Spine Care Oct 15
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Matt Finke Oct 16
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Mütter Museum Oct 16
Today is . Did you see Princess Eugenie's wedding dress? She wanted to show off her scar from surgery to correct scoliosis. In this photo from our bone room, you can see spines representing many conditions, including scoliosis, kyphosis, and Pott's disease.
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JNash Oct 16
Back pain leading cause of disability & top reason for starting opioids. Progress being made re: interprofessional assessments. How do we make evidence based non-surgical, non-pharma care accessible to all? There is work to do. @ON_Chiropractic
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Farokh Wadia Oct 15
Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine which is gradually progressive. If picked up early the progression can be halted. Let us create awareness of this problem in pre asolescent children on this
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inSCIght UHasselt® Oct 16
Low back pain, a global phenomenon on the rise and the leading cause of years lost to disability. Today on ‘’ we aim our spotlight at professor Lotte Janssens () to learn more about this👍.
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CMCCnews 16 Oct 17
Today is ! The theme is Your Back in Action: body awareness + activities to promote a healthy spine
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SevenovNein Oct 16
This is brought to you by the following : 1. A good, correct posture can never be overstated. 2. Stretch often. 3. Get a massage occasionally. 4. If you see 3 red lights, it's already too late. 5. Run.
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Chartered Society of Physiotherapy 16 Oct 17
On , here's our animation on how to manage back pain and prevent future episodes
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King'sHealthPartners Oct 16
Today is 🙂 Read a blog from Rachel King, Spinal Referral Project Manager , about a new initiative which has helped to transform spinal neurosurgery services 👉
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SAVIA CQuiropráctico Oct 16
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Shriners Hospitals Oct 16
Shriners Hospitals for Children has the largest number of systems of any health care organization. These X-ray units allow for fast, stress-free, low-dose radiation exams for children with hip, knee and spine conditions.
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