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How Minimally Invasive Scoliosis Surgery Helps Young Children

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Scoliosis is one of those diseases that can impact a person long into their life and is very painful when it worsens. However, parents may not know what to do when their child tests positive for this condition. Minimally invasive surgery done as soon as possible is often the best step to ensure that a child’s scoliosis doesn’t become a very major issue. Scoliosis May Sneak Up on a Child Read More»

Questions You May Have Before A Laminectomy

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If your doctor is recommending that you see a neurosurgeon for a laminectomy, you are probably experiencing some feelings of worry and concern. Neurosurgery is serious, and as much as you want your back to feel better, going under the knife can seem like a big step. Keep in mind, however, that your doctor would not be recommending this procedure if they did not feel it was right for you. As you discover answers to the many questions you likely have, you will probably start to feel more comfortable about the procedure to come. Read More»

Concerned About Possible Hearing Loss? 3 Things To Know

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Hearing loss is a problem for many Americans. In fact, recent statistics from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) show that 15 percent of adults over the age of 18 are afflicted with some level of hearing loss, with the risk being most elevated for those who are between the ages of 60 and 69. Males are also known to have twice the risk of developing hearing loss as adult females. Read More»

What To Expect A Your Doctor Treats Your Sprained Ankle

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An ankle sprain can occur when you least expect it. A simple fall or misstep can leave you in excruciating pain.  Even though you may be anxious to receive treatment for your injury, you may not know what to expect. Here is a bit of information to help you better understand what is typically done to treat a sprained ankle. Examination In order for your doctor to properly diagnose your condition, they must first examine the injured ankle. Read More»

Here's What You Should Know About Getting An Allergy Skin Test Done

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Whether you’re susceptible to regular, irregular, or seasonal allergies, getting an allergy skin test done can help you identify exactly what’s causing your allergic symptoms so you can minimize your exposure and therefore your symptoms as time goes on. Here are the basics you should know about getting an allergy skin test done: The Initial Consultation You can expect to sit down with your allergy test doctor one-on-one and discuss your medical history as well as the allergy symptoms that you tend to experience throughout the year. Read More»