A strong and well-aligned spine is key to improving performance with sports, recreation, work and home activities. A repeating theme that keeps arising in discussing injury prevention is the need to balance muscle strength and flexibility in all planes (anterior, posterior and sides).
Richard Kube, MD, Spine Surgeon, CEO and founder of Prairie Spine & Pain Institute, Peoria, Ill. is one of six spine surgeons around the country featured in Becker’s Spine Review for the weekly column Ask Spine Surgeons. This week the surgeons are discussing how mobile technology can enhance patient care.
At the 11th Annual Orthopedic, Spine and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference on June 13, Richard Kube, MD, chief of executive officer, founder and owner of Prairie Spine & Pain Institute; and David Rothbart, MD, medical director of Spine Team Texas, discussed core business and clinical issues involved in moving spine procedures to the ambulatory surgery…
Today, we look to the cervical spine for its function and health along with how it plays a huge role in the golf swing. Before we look into the neck, let us talk again about the importance of a mobile rib cage area. For many, this just is not the case.
Some Headache Statistics Around 45 million American men and women suﬀer from chronic headache disorders. 6-8% of men suffer from chronic headaches 15-18% of women suffer from chronic headaches