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Spinal tumor occurs due to the multiplication of abnormal cells around the spinal region. Tumors that originate from spinal vertebrae are touted as vertebral tumors. Whereas, tumors that grow in spinal cord are referred to as spinal cord tumors. Malignant spine tumors may spread to other parts of body such as prostate, lung, or breast. According to top healthcare reports, nearly 17,000 patients will die due to spinal tumor this year. Root cause of spinal...
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SuVitas presents a contemporary, well-equipped spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Hyderabad, with the best post-operative spinal cord rehab and nursing care.
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Replacing traditional standards of surgery, newer methods are coming up with good success rate. Artificial Disk Replacement surgery is surgical method to alleviate pain in lower back. This is very similar to knee joint replacement or hip joint replacement method. This is followed by implanting an artificial disk in place of original disk in spine, which is damaged due to some or other reason. The substituted disk is for intervertebral disk of spine working for...
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Lower back pain can be treated with a number of helpful, surgery avoiding methods (depending on the severity), to ensure the best quality of life. Some simple methods include exercise, medication, acupuncture, and spinal manipulation. Read more... http://www.palumbosportsmed.com/lower-back-pain/
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Scoliosis: Your spine is not a single bone. It is made up of building blocks called vertebra, which are connected to each other by intervertebral discs and ligament. The spine acts like strut (Axial Skeleton) to keep your body upright and helps to walk, run on our legs.  In a profile view our back is not straight, instead we have two forward and two backward curvatures. If you look straight at the back bone it...
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