Chronic Pain and Insomnia: How it Affects Your Body
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Can You Play Sports after Spondylolisthesis Surgery?
PATIENT’S QUESTION

Can You Play Sports after Spondylolisthesis Surgery?

By Neel Anand, MD
Question: My daughter is 17. Last year, she had minimally invasive spine surgery to correct grade IV spondylolisthesis. She’s extremely athletic. Will she be able to be active and return to sports, or will this surgery prevent her from living a normal, healthy life?
 
Could an SI joint problem cause your low back pain?SI-Bone
SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN GONE

Could an SI joint problem cause your low back pain?

Patient Community member, Keith stated:
“After more than 20 years of continual pain … I am pain free, cane free, and ready to go!”
 
How Common is Ankylosing Spondylitis and Who May Be At Risk?
EXPERT Q&A

How Common is Ankylosing Spondylitis and Who May Be At Risk?

Interview with Ali A. Baaj, MD
Dr. Baaj explains ankylosing spondylitis—how it starts, its progressive nature, symptoms and treatment considerations.
 
Stand Up to Back Pain
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Stand Up to Back Pain

Peer-reviewed study reported 78% of people with chronic pain had more pain-free days after using a standing desk.
 
Chronic Back Pain and Insomnia
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Chronic Back Pain and Insomnia

By Frank Acosta, MD
Getting restful slumber is more complicated when you have a spinal condition.
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