Starting in the 1980’s and 1990’s, doctor’s began to change their views regarding opioid use. Articles were published that stated the risk of addiction was […]
What if a melatonin deficiency is linked with scoliosis? Scientists may have found exciting news that may bring alternative treatments for scoliosis patients if there […]
With the advancement of technology, 3D printed medical implants are increasingly more common. These individually printed implants are in use in joint reconstruction and now […]
I recently read in the Wall Street Journal that a biomedical company may have developed a simple blood test to detect a concussion.
This is […]
The headline “How back pain took over the world” caught my attention as I was glancing over back related news. In the October issue of […]
Lamellar 3D Titanium & Advances in Interbody Fusion Technologies
Thursday, October 27th • 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Cocktail & H’Ordeurve Reception
Morton’s Boston Seaport Winter Garden Atrium
Historically, the physician-patient relationship has been a one-on-one interaction. The ultimate goal was to provide the best care possible. Over the past two […]
During my training (residency and fellowships), learning how to tell apart low back pain (LBP) from butt pain, hip pain, or sacroiliac (SI) pain is […]
Ironically, as a doctor who takes care of low back problems, I too have low back pain (LBP). Unfortunately, my bottom shock absorber (L5-S1 disc) […]
Many Americans exercise routinely by running. Running is a great way to burn calories, exercise the heart, and relax the mind. I recently have […]