If you complete a google search about spine surgery, there’s almost for certain going to be a pop up about laser spine surgery. Laser spine surgery has boomed, and many patients are unaware of the differences between this technique of surgery and other advanced surgical techniques that are already available.
Recent studies have been looking at the development of Heterotopic Ossification (HO) after a Cervical Disc Replacement. Heterotopic Ossification can simply be explained by bony growth outside the normal skeleton. Cervical Disc Replacement has been an alternative procedure for avoiding a fusion type of operation.
At Prairie Spine & Pain Institute, we have launched a medical treatment that we believe is the future of medicine. In this article we will talk about stem cells, and specifically mesenchymal cells. Working in Orthopaedic spine, we often have to do invasive surgeries with rods, screws, and internal hardware. What if we could avoid… Continue Reading Stem Cells and Why You Should Consider ThemDetails
At the Prairie Spine and Pain Institute, Dr. Kube uses x-ray guidance to remove stem cells from an area of higher concentration in your body, concentrates the cells with a patented device, and injects them into your injured or painful area to potentially boost your body’s healing process.
Gentle exercise is some of the best medicine when trying to prevent and ease back pain. Below you will find a super simple routine to help protect your back from pain. You’ll want to work this circuit into any strength-training you’re already doing—repeat the circuit three times, and do it twice a week.Details