Fake Surgery vs Real Surgery? Any Difference? Part-I Surgery for spine or joint pain is very common. According to the CDC, there were 63 million visits to orthopedic surgery centers in 2010. The American Association of Neurological Surgeons estimates that there were 1.5 million spinal surgeries performed in 2011. When people are told they need
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3 Reasons Why Getting An MRI For Your Neck or Back Pain Might Be A Bad Idea Neck and back pain are both very common. According to the World Health Organization, about 80% of people will experience low back pain at some point in their lives, while approximately 50% of people will experience neck pain.
We use various different treatment techniques and methods in our office, but one of the most important is the McKenzie Method of Diagnosis and Therapy, or MDT for short. Named after renowned physical therapist Robert McKenzie, this technique is an absolutely invaluable tool for muscle, joint and spinal pain. Rather than babbling on about what