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What Is Spinal Stenosis?

What Is Spinal Stenosis?

Spinal stenosis occurs when one or more bony openings (foramina) within the spine begin to narrow and reduce space for the nerves. This process can occur within the spinal canal...

Spine Injury and Facet Joint Traction for Your Spine

Spine Injury and Facet Joint Traction for Your Spine

Spinal traction is a type of manual therapy that is sometimes used in the treatment of back pain or spine conditions. Many people are satisfied with the results, but this...

What Is Spinal Stenosis?

What Is Spinal Stenosis?

Spinal stenosis occurs when one or more bony openings (foramina) within the spine begin to narrow and reduce space for the nerves. This process can occur within the spinal canal...

5 Tips for Preventing Spinal Stenosis

5 Tips for Preventing Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal, the space through which the spinal cord and/or spinal nerve roots pass. If the bony spinal canal becomes too narrow, the very...

6 Signs of Spinal Stenosis

6 Signs of Spinal Stenosis

Does your back, arm, or leg pain seem to come and go, depending on what you're doing at the moment? This sign may indicate spinal stenosis. Spinal stenosis happens when the...

 Low Back Pain in Multiple Sclerosis

Low Back Pain in Multiple Sclerosis

Low back pain is very common in the general population, but even more so among people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Though many with MS share this aspect of their disease...

 What Is Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF)?

What Is Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF)?

A transforaminal interbody lumbar fusion (TILF) is a surgical procedure that involves permanent union of some of the bones of the lower back (lumbar area). A TILF is a specific...

 How to Develop Normal Spinal Rotation

How to Develop Normal Spinal Rotation

Healthy spine rotation is an important aspect of preventing injury. And rotated vertebrae or "twisted spine" can result from spine, nerve, or muscle disease—or from harmful...

 Anatomy and Surgery of the Intervertebral Joint

Anatomy and Surgery of the Intervertebral Joint

Ever wonder how your spine, which spans twenty-six bones lengthwise, is able to move without giving you pain? Or why it hurts when you do move? The spinal column employs a...

 How to Do Spinal Extension and Flexion Exercises

How to Do Spinal Extension and Flexion Exercises

If you've been working with my posture training series, you know that the pelvis, ribcage, and spine are connected. We'll now take this idea further. In this exercise, you'll be...

5 Local SEO Factors every Spine and Orthopedic Website Should Implement – Healthcare Digital Marketing

5 Local SEO Factors every Spine and Orthopedic Website Should Implement – Healthcare Digital Marketing

Ratings and Reviews  (has grown in importance year over year) Citation signals (your business mentioned on other sites) Here are the Local SEO rank factors by importance...

5 Local SEO Factors every Spine and Orthopedic Website Should Implement – Healthcare Digital Marketing

5 Local SEO Factors every Spine and Orthopedic Website Should Implement – Healthcare Digital Marketing

Ratings and Reviews  (has grown in importance year over year) Citation signals (your business mentioned on other sites) Here are the Local SEO rank factors by importance...