Dr. Kube was featured in Becker’s Spine Review in a feature titled, “Ask Spine Surgeons.” It is a weekly series of questions posed to spine surgeons around the country about clinical, business and policy issues affecting spine care. Dr. Kube describes his concerns about the future of spine surgery.
Stretching properly and sufficiently is an important part of any exercise program. Many injuries or reinjuries happen during exercise because the muscle is not at it proper length. Before your muscles can do fast or heavy work, they need to be warmed up. If your muscles have not been active, they become small and weak… Continue Reading Stretching For A More Flexible You
Chronic pain involves the mind, body, and spirit. The common idea that pain originates at the site of the injury or disease is incorrect. The central nervous system and the mind are involved in amplifying or diminishing pain signals. Emotional and mental factors often make chronic pain worse. Chronic pain can cause many emotions and… Continue Reading Chronic Pain Behaviors
This week’s addition to our series of posts about nonsurgical treatments for back pain is about Osteopathy and Rolfing. OSTEOPATHY Osteopathy is a recognized medical discipline that has much in common with traditional medicine. Doctors of osteopathy are licensed to perform many of the same therapies and procedures as traditional doctors. They may specialize in… Continue Reading Nonsurgical Treatments — Osteopathy and Rolfing
Dr. Kube was featured in Becker’s Spine Review in a feature titled, “Ask Spine Surgeons.” It is a weekly series of questions posed to spine surgeons around the country about clinical, business and policy issues affecting spine care. Dr. Kube describes biggest opportunity for growth in the spine field.