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Myelopathy Destroys Your Body’s MVP

May 1, 2018 | Back Pain, Neck Pain
Myelopathy Destroys Your Body’s MVP

If you gave the MVP award to a part of your body, what would it be? Would you choose your heart or your brain? Your eyes or your limbs? Would you consider nominating your spinal cord as the MVP? The spinal cord is an extremely crucial part of our body that often gets overlooked.

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It Might Be More Than Just A Pain In The Back

April 11, 2018 | Spinal Intervention, Back Pain
It Might Be More Than Just A Pain In The Back

There is a big difference between the unwelcome pain that comes from an old sports injury or picking up a heavy box, in comparison to a condition involving the nerves. The bones, muscles, and nerves in your back are a complex system that support your entire body, and it’s always possible that they may become compromised and lead to a condition called lumbar radiculopathy.

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The Complexities of the Brain

April 3, 2018 | Neurological Issues
The Complexities of the Brain

Weighing about three pounds, the human brain serves as the command center for our nervous system. Every second, the neurons in our brain are making 500 trillion connections allowing us to have mental processes that affect our thinking, reasoning, perception, emotions, sensations, learning, and memory. 

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When Nerve Pain Strikes

March 22, 2018 | Neurological Issues
When Nerve Pain Strikes

The average person doesn’t spend much time after high school graduation considering the remarkable system that is responsible for every thought, every movement, and every activity within the body. That is, until they experience pain, and then that is all they can think about. The specialists at NewSouth NeuroSpine treat conditions that involve the nervous system.

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Stress Might Be Seriously Stressing Your Body

March 15, 2018 | Spinal Intervention
Stress Might Be Seriously Stressing Your Body

It’s fairly well known that large amounts of stress can cause a variety of health problems. Stress can affect your weight, sleep, eating habits, and ability to concentrate. Another lesser known risk of stress is that it can bring about intense physical pain, known as myofascial pain syndrome.

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What’s This Tingling Sensation In My Wrist?

March 6, 2018 | Physical Therapy, Surgery
What’s This Tingling Sensation In My Wrist?

You hear people talking a lot about carpal tunnel syndrome in relation to those who play certain sports, work on some sort of assembly line, use a computer consistently for work, or play the piano. One might assume that the condition is caused by these activities, but it’s actually caused by the squeezing of a particular nerve that runs through your hand and forearm. While it can be a pretty simple task to identify the actual condition, identifying the exact cause of it can often be a challenge.

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Is Your Smartphone Hurting Your Neck?

February 23, 2018 | Spinal Intervention, Neck Pain
Is Your Smartphone Hurting Your Neck?

Technology has greatly increased the scope of our world. We can connect with friends and family regardless of location, watch movies on our phone, and store thousands of books on one small device. Unfortunately, overuse of technology also can be hard on your friendships, your social life, and your body.

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