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  • What to know about uncovertebral joint hypertrophy

    Uncovertebral joints are joints in the neck that stabilize and allow for movement. In some cases, these joints can swell or become enlarged, causing stiffness and pain.

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  • What to know about cervical stenosis in the spine

    Cervical stenosis (CS) is the medical term for the narrowing of the spinal canal in the cervical or “neck” region of the spine. In CS, the upper part of the spinal canal becomes narrowed, compressing the spinal cord and nerve roots in this area.

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  • What does arthritis in the spine look and feel like?

    Spinal arthritis includes a range of degenerative conditions affecting the joints in the spine. The condition may cause swelling and pain. Imaging scans may also show changes to the bone structure.

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  • Stretches and exercises to relieve SI joint pain

    Tightness in any of the muscles around the SI joints can interfere with the joints and cause lower back pain. Stretching the muscles may bring relief, while strengthening exercises help reduce the chances of the injury recurring.

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  • What Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Is and How It Works

    Minimally invasive spine surgery is a type of spine surgery that requires smaller incisions and does less damage to muscles and tissue. Spine surgeries that require less cutting and moving have become more common thanks to advanced tools and robotics.

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  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics
  • American Medical Association
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • North American Spine Society