Alexander Bone & Spine Institute

FOODS THAT HELP YOUR BODY HEAL

Whether you’re recovering from an injury or surgery, it’s necessary to have plenty of rest to properly heal. However, people often get impatient and seek other ways to alleviate the pain at a quicker rate. Fortunately, our Ft. Lauderdale spine surgeon understands that the health and well-being of bodies relies heavily upon our vitamin and…

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TIPS FOR IMPROVING YOUR BONE HEALTH

At Alexander Bone and Spine Institute, we place a great emphasis on treating back pain and encouraging others to continue making strides of preserving their overall health. Remember, though, that every system in our body, whether it is the muscular or skeletal system, is interconnected. That means that treating pain without taking the steps to…

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NECK PAIN: WHEN SHOULD I WORRY?

Most of us will suffer from stiffness and aching pains in our neck at one point or another in our lives. Nerves run from our brains to the rest of our bodies, and seven vertebrae are cushioned between the discs. Our neck is a vital part of our body, and while many of us do…

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WHY IS BACK PAIN HARD TO DIAGNOSE?

Back pain can be so difficult to diagnose as there are so many different components that make up our spine. As Miami spine surgeons, we ask our patients very specific questions about their pain. These questions include: Where is the pain located? How severe is that pain? What type of pain are you feeling How…

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5 HELPFUL TIPS TO PREVENT NECK PAIN

At Alexander Bone & Spine Institute, the prevailing agony of neck pain can lead to significant injuries. Neck pain is generally contributed to aches and sprains within the muscles, tendons, and ligaments surrounding the cervical spine, as well as possible damage in the cervical herniated disc or cervical stenosis. Despite the unbearable discomfort which might…

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RECOGNIZING HERNIATED DISC SYMPTOMS

Herniated discs are one of the most common types of spinal cord problems. Spinal discs become herniated when its outer wall becomes weak, and the inner core of the disc is exposed. How can you tell if your back pain is attributed to a herniated disc? Note the symptoms you are experiencing. It will also…

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