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, along with four other spine professionals, defines the biggest challenges in spinal surgery today.
AROMATHERAPY This form of healing uses essential oils derived from plant extracts and resins to promote both health and beauty. Oils used in aromatherapy are categorized according to their effects on mind, body, and specific diseases. Practitioners believe these oils can help treat various conditions including chronic pain, when inhaled or massaged into the skin.Details
ACUPRESSURE Like acupuncture, acupressure comes from the Chinese belief that through 14 invisible pathways or meridians, just below an individual’s skin flow the life force or chi. The belief is illness results when this life force is interrupted. During acupressure, the practitioner applies pressure with his or her finger to specific points on the patient’s… Continue Reading NonSurgical Treatments—Acupressure and AcupunctureDetails
Dr. Kube Defines Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery 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, along with nine other spine professionals, defines Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery.
If you are considering, or already using, a nonsurgical or alternative therapy, practice, or product, follow these steps as you explore your options and make a decision on what works best for you: Talk with your doctor Your doctor can help you determine if the treatment is safe and may be beneficial. Some complementary and… Continue Reading NonSurgical Treatments—Guidelines For Approaching Nontraditional TherapiesDetails