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Through the Looking Glass

October 22, 2018 | Back Pain
Through the Looking Glass

I was asked to be an expert in a case against two pain specialists in Alabama. The facts revealed a level of depravity I have never seen in medicine...

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Quick Facts About Lumbar Radiculopathy

September 17, 2018 | Back Pain
Quick Facts About Lumbar Radiculopathy

Most adults experience back pain now and again. Nerve pain, however, is slightly different than other types of back pain, and if you’re experiencing recurrent nerve pain, it’s a good idea to see a doctor at NewSouth NeuroSpine.

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Not All Bodies Are Created Equal

July 16, 2018 | Neurological Issues
Not All Bodies Are Created Equal

The brain is made up of a series of complicated folds, neurons, tissues, and various regions that are all responsible for different functions. So when you begin to experience adverse symptoms related to sight, headaches, nausea, speech, or motor skills, it could be a benign tumor called a meningioma.

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Is it Weakness or Fatigue?

May 17, 2018 | Neurological Issues
Is it Weakness or Fatigue?

Your muscles are sore, your energy is waning, and you’re just tired. But what if it’s more than fatigue? What if your muscles are weak as a result of a deeper issue? Find out what signs point to muscular weakness and what you can do about it.

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Say No to Sciatica

Say No to Sciatica

A sharp, shooting pain moves across your back and down into your leg. Or you feel a consistent, dull ache that causes the sensation of numbness to move through your thigh and into your calf. This is not a normal backache.

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Comprehending Neuropathy

May 7, 2018 | Neurological Issues
Comprehending Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy, often just referred to as “neuropathy,” affects 20,000,000 people in America. That’s 1 in 15 people. Those suffering from this disease are constantly aware of their pain. So this week—National Neuropathy Awareness Week—it’s time for us to become more aware.

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