6 Questions to Ask During Open Enrollment

Every year during open enrollment, people have the opportunity to review and alter their health insurance. Here are 6 questions that can help you make the right decision for the coming year.

Who Should Treat Your Back Pain?

You may wonder which type of doctor is best for treating your back pain. The answer isn't simple; but here are some guidelines to help you make your decision.

3 Tips on How to Find a Great Spine Surgeon

Finding the right surgeon to perform your surgery is critical. To find a great surgeon, check out the many resources and articles we've written on the subject.

Get Your Back Pain Diagnosis from a Physiatrist

Physiatrists who specialize in treating back pain can offer a wide array of treatment options, and many of them can help you coordinate your care among physical therapists, spine surgeons, and other spine professionals.

5 Ways to Help your Surgeon Help you

Anyone who has experienced chronic low back pain knows how frustrating it can be to find a doctor to help. I often see patients who have seen multiple other doctors and physical therapists and have not had relief of their pain. (After all, if non-surgical treatment was working they wouldn't be coming to me to get a surgical opinion in the first place.)

Spine-health Congratulates Top-Ranking Orthopedic and Neurology Hospitals

Spine-health congratulates the top-ranked orthopedic, neurology, and neurosurgery hospitals in America and our members who are affiliated with them.

Nine Reasons You Should Run from Your Surgeon

Not everyone has the luxury to shop around for a surgeon, but is the cost of ignoring these warning signs worth it? You owe it to yourself to make sure you get the best surgical outcome possible.
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