OASIS ORTHOPEDICS & SPINE BLOG

Suffering from Pain After a Car Accident?

Car accidents happen. That’s why they are called accidents. But these seemingly “just part of life” events can have a significant impact on your short-term and long-term health.  According to DriverKnowledge.com, every year 3 million people in the United States are injured in a car accident. That’s over 342 accidents

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Injections for Herniated Disc Pain: What You Should Know

Injections for Herniated Disc Pain: What You Should Know

A herniated disc in the lower back is an uncomfortable condition to say the least. This medical condition occurs when the soft, gel-like center of a spinal disc ruptures or protrudes to press against nearby nerves. If you have a herniated disc, you may experience symptoms of pain, numbness, weakness

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4 Ways to Improve Back Pain Now

4 Ways to Improve Back Pain Now

Living with back pain and not being able to do anything about it can feel defeating. It’s easy to underestimate how age-related wear and tear on your spine can impact your life. After all, your spine is integral to everything you do. You use your spine each and every day

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Treating Back Pain Without Surgery

Treating Back Pain Without Surgery

Suffering from neck or back pain can be debilitating and frustrating. Because the spine is critical to so many of our body movements, pain from a spine condition can make daily life increasingly difficult. The impact of living with a spine condition doesn’t stop at pain-based symptoms. It can affect

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Spine Fusions: What You Need To Know

Spine Fusions: What You Need To Know

When you think about your back, you most likely think of it as a unit; the sum of its parts. But when you’re in pain, it’s as if you can feel each and every structure in your spine when you bend and move. Simple activities like getting out of bed

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Disc Pain and What To Do About It

Disc Pain and What To Do About It

Is there anything worse than chronic back pain? Plus the aches, sharp stings when you move wrong, and pain is frustrating, annoying, and can make it impossible to do the simplest of daily tasks. Sometimes just getting out of bed is a tall order. For many Americans, their back pain

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