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SuziQ79 May 22
So on Thursday I'm getting the Spinal Cord stimulator trial surgery and I'm extremely nervous. Has anyone had this done or know anyone who has has it done? Did it help and how was the recovery? Thank you!
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TR Ellis - f*ing ded from Infinity War May 21
Cross whatever crosses please I need a second MRI after I just got one. Different body part but same general area.
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Whiskey D. May 25
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SleepOvation May 17
"It's perfect man. That's exactly what it is." - Rock
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Paul Ingraham May 25
“The tendency to over-test is amplified when the doctor who recommends the tests has a financial interest in the screening or imaging facility that he or she refers people to.” ~ Ehrenreich Definitely a problem with imaging for .
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CheChe W May 23
Floating in heaven after a full body massage. Thanks Mia
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Hannah B 19h
Slowly but surely working on my comic this summer... Hopefully something will come out of it ✌︎('ω')✌︎
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OrthoGeorgia May 25
OrthoGeorgia Spine Fellowship Trained Spine Surgeons Utilize Robotics for Hiper Accurate Hardware Placement....
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SleepOvation May 23
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Dr.Gary Dadoun May 23
Today's Tip - Load up on vitamin C. Like and Share.
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Pain News Network May 23
for low can significantly reduce your need for medication and lower costs.
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Thomas Dekkers May 18
Exercise is King! Great paper showing how can be prescribed for 26 chronic conditions including
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EDGE WELLNESS CLINIC May 25
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Blue Line Magazine May 25
"A recent study showed 86 per cent of officers wearing have had or are currently experiencing lower back pain." - more in this month's column
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Novo Soft Tissue May 19
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Doug Lindsay May 23
Replying to @MarkMilliganDPT
An experienced PT would know more about lower back health than an internist. And a PT spends more time with the patient so he or she can figure out by listening what to advise the patient to do, change, or avoid doing!
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Mark Gutekunst May 24
You will be able to tell the difference!
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meetvaidya 22h
A small spark can burn the whole forest and even small disease can be very fatal. Stop avoiding small health issues and take care.
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Pain News Network May 18
Tarek El Moussa -- host of 's "Flip or Flop" -- recently tried a controversial for his chronic .
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Kristie Leong M.D. May 23
Researchers from the University of Sydney found that is the only treatment approach that prevents recurrence of lower . It strengthens stabilizing muscles & improves posture.
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