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7Year Outcome Finds TwoLevel Cervical Disc Replacement Statistically Superior Option in Treating
This is the first time ever that this breakthrough procedure has been found to be statistically superior, in areas of safety and effectiveness, to that of fusion surgery
By: cuellarspineca Published in Medicine
Epidural InjectionsArchives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Abstract
Smuck M, McGehee M, Farhat R, Ali A. Single Insertion for Multiple Injections: a Safer and Less Painful Technique for Concomitant Facet Joint and Transforaminal Epidural Injections. American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 68th Annual Asse
By: robertfarhatdo Published in Medicine
What Is a PulmonologistPulmonary Specialist
A Pulmonologist, or Pulmonary Disease Specialist, is a physician who possesses specialized knowledge and skill in the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary (lung) conditions and diseases.
By: drglendaflemister Published in Medicine
Orthopaedic Surgery Of Spine
The quick answer is that for most types of spine surgery, both specially trained orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons may be considered.
By: drericbeckmd Published in Medicine
When should you refer to a podiatrist
Medicine is a wonderful, varied profession covering the body from head to toe. From the internist who serves as gatekeeper and to the specialized surgeon, the body is well cared for from head to toe.
By: Elite Experts Published in Medicine
Will PRP Therapy and Stem Cell Therapy Become More Common for Athletes
Recovering from cartilage, tendon, or a muscle injury is normally remedied by rest, physiotherapy, and sometimes surgery.
By: drdavidsimonmd Published in Medicine
Quad Cities Hand Surgeon Helps Develop MicroInvasive Carpal Tunnel Treatment
Dr. Tyson Cobb of Orthopaedic Specialists, PC explains the benefits of micro-invasive carpal tunnel release using the Sonex SX-One MicroKnife™, including low downtime and reduced discomfort.
By: drtyson cobb Published in Medicine
Jumping On The Bandwagon
This week I’m thinking about what it means to jump on the bandwagon. The phrase is from the mid-nineteenth century and attributed to Phones T Barnum who, as a circus owner and showman, would urge audience to jump on the wagon that carried the circus band
By: David Almeida Published in Medicine
Diabetic Retinopathy
Diabetes is a disease that occurs when an organ called the pancreas does not secret enough insulin. Insulin is the hormone that regulated the blood sugar (Glucose) level. Diabetes most commonly occurs in adults, although it can affect children as well.
By: duanebryantmd Published in Medicine
NONSURGICAL SPINE TREATMENT
Having had two spine surgeries himself, Dr. Cuéllar understands the importance of avoiding surgery whenever possible. The majority of back and neck pain can be treated without spine surgery.
By: cuellarspineca Published in Medicine
SCARS by David AlmeidaMd
This week I’m thinking about scars. We normally think of scars as negative manifestations of past trauma. Sequels of serious harm. Instances where circumstances went beyond our ability to repair and restore our normal constitution.
By: David Almeida Published in Medicine
OS Sets the Standard in Patient Care Internationally
The staff at Orthopaedic Specialists (OS) was recently awarded scholarship money to present original research at the 2015 American Association for Hand Surgery (AAHS) Annual Meeting in Nassau, Bahamas.
By: drtyson cobb Published in Medicine
MINIMALLY INVASIVE SPINE SURGERY
Also referred to as “MIS spine surgery” or MISS, this term has been used a lot recently, and not always appropriately. Some surgeons refer to any surgery in which they make a smaller than traditional incision as MIS surgery.
By: cuellarspineca Published in Medicine
Quad Cities Orthopaedic Surgeons Detail Hidden Costs of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
Dr. Tyson Cobb discuses how the costs associated with cubital tunnel syndrome affect employer and employee and explain the benefits of minimally invasive surgery.
By: drtyson cobb Published in Medicine
Rethinking Apathy Doubt
This is the proposition most commonly quoted for the French philosopher Rene Descartes.However, when you look at his text, Discourse on the Method
By: David Almeida Published in Medicine
HIF1 Regulates Iron Homeostasis in Caenorhabditis elegans by Activation
Iron is essential due to its presence in proteins involved in DNA synthesis, mitochondrial respiration and oxygen transport. Regulation of cellular iron content is crucial:
By: Mullin Published in Medicine
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