Sleeping with sciatica is possible. Find out why you have sciatica pain, and then you can settle into a sleeping position that works for you.
Millions of people deal with numbness, weakness or pain from spinal stenosis. Here are five ways to feel better and get back to your life without surgery.
Don’t assume pain in the lower back, cramping in the legs and that “pins and needles” feeling are the result of a problem with your spine. Symptoms of artery disease, arthritis and neuropathy often masquerade as spinal pain.
If you have spinal stenosis or spinal instability, spine fusion may be a good option. Our orthopaedic surgeon explains.
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As your spine ages, you may start feeling some aches and pains. Degenerative changes in discs and joints, spinal and spondylolisthesis are the three most common reasons. Learn about these conditions and the best treatments for them.