Posts tagged minimally invasive
“I Want To Look Younger Without Surgery!” Top Doctor Reveals Insight

Think about this. Before 1992, botulinum toxin A (which would later come to be known simply as BOTOX) was primarily used to treat eye muscle hyperactivity. Then a doctor by the name of Alastair Carruthers and his wife Jean reported it might be useful for cosmetic purposes. Little did they know just how right they would be.

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Understanding Your Options Is Critical To Solving Back Pain

Anyone with back pain knows how it can negatively impact their quality of life. From getting out of bed to putting on socks or shoes, sitting at a desk or standing at the water cooler, the pain is always there. It’s more than frustrating; it’s debilitating.

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Neck Pain? Weak Arm? Numb Hand? Find Lasting Relief With Cervical Disc Replacement

Unbearable neck pain. Weakness in the arm. Numbness in the hand.

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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery – Better Than Ever, But Is It Right For You?

Years ago, the phrase “spine surgery” would send shivers down…well…the spine. In recent years, however, technological advances have progressed so far that many back conditions can be treated with procedures that deliver excellent results through much smaller incisions with less risk.

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