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Shocking Causes of Back Pain and Simple Tips for Relief

The fast-paced American lifestyle is filled with heavy workloads, tight deadlines, and accident-prone dispositions. The National Institutes of Health reports that eight in ten people will suffer from a back injury or back pain at some point in their lives. For many, these accidents or pain symptoms will be the result of something totally […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Physical Activity, Spine Treatment|0 Comments

Scheuermann’s Kyphosis

Kyphosis refers to the profound outward curve of the thoracic spine. The spine has a normal “C” curve to its shape, and becomes manipulated when a person has bad posture and a hunched back. If the thoracic spine becomes more than a 40-40 degree curve, it is considered deformed. Slouching and poor posture can […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Spine Treatment|0 Comments

Sailing Simulator for Spinal Cord Injury Patients

The Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland announced in November that the results of their study showed that a sailing simulator improved the results of patients with spinal cord injuries. The researchers theorized that because of the study’s success, that this therapeutic stimulation could be used to help people with brain injuries or lost […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Spine Treatment|0 Comments

Research on Brain Freeze Could Lead to Chronic Headache Relief

The nearing of the ice cream truck jingle is ever more present as summer closes in on the spring season. Children and adults across the nation are giving in to those sugary temptations. That first cone of the summer can hardly all fit in your mouth at once but your ice cream desire doesn’t […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Brain Surgery|0 Comments

Relieving The Pain Of Cervical Spinal Stenosis

According to a recent report, over nine million Americans suffer from neck pain due to the spinal cord being compressed by the narrowing of the space surrounding it. With that many people suffering from this condition, the surgeons at One Brain and Spine Center in Newport Beach, California are dedicated to helping those who […]

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Rehab For Spinal Cord Injury

One common misconception about a spinal cord injury is that there is no coming back from it. While some injuries may leave a person paralyzed for the rest of their life, other injuries can improve after specialized rehabilitation. You’d be surprised to see how much fight people have in them after such a severe […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Minimally Invasive Surgery, Spine Treatment|0 Comments

Regular Physical Activity Can Reduce Risk of Stroke

A new study suggests that regular physical activity may reduce the risk of stroke. According to research from the American Heart Association, approximately 9,000 of the 27,000 study’s participants were inactive (exercising once a week or less) and 20 percent more likely to experience a stroke.

At ONE Brain and Spine Center, our experienced medical […]

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Regional Nerve Blocks

Before the introduction of local anesthesia surgeries were seldom performed, and when they were, they were extremely painful. Fortunately, medical improvements have advanced over decades and local anesthesia now provides a reversible loss of sensation to a specific region to the body. This process reduces pain and greater facilitates surgical interventions. A regional nerve […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Minimally Invasive Surgery|0 Comments

Predictions For the Future of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries

Minimally invasive surgeries have been available for years now, but the trend in this surgical intervention has really seemed to become more popular these past couple of years. Some surgeons believe in sticking with traditional open surgeries, but more and more spine surgeons are seeking to incorporate minimally invasive techniques into their practices.

One of […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Minimally Invasive Surgery, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Postoperative Physical Therapy

ONE Brain & Spine Center not only targets patient recovery within office walls, but in the comforts of their patients’ home as well. Physical therapy is almost always required after surgery, and the same goes for joint replacements as well. By following instructions and guidelines provided by Dr. Burak Ozgur or Dr. Todd Peters, […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Physical Activity|0 Comments