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Why Surgery Shouldn't Be Scary
Wednesday, 27 May 2015 13:51
Surgery is usually not a choice people make quickly or are excited to make.  We have all heard that despite high success rates for a surgery that there is still a chance it doesn't work for us or something goes wrong.  There are also a host of horror stories lurking on the internet and in news media about operations gone wrong. ...
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Spine Conditions: SCA Offers Complimentary Consulting for Auto Accident Victims
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 16:31
Spine Conditions: SCA Offers Complimentary Consulting for Auto Accident Victims

Obtaining effective spine treatment for chronic back pain can be challenging for many auto accident victims. 
At Spine Centers of America, in addition to traditional surgical procedures, we offer other minimally-invasive treatment options, such as Cervical...
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Spine Injury May End Football Career for Devon Walker
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 15:23
On September 8, Devon Walker, the senior safety for the Tulane Green Wave football team, suffered a serious spine injury on the field when he collided head-on with a fellow teammate. Players, coaches and spectators watched in silence, as Walker lay motionless on the field, apparently not breathing. Medics from both teams rushed to his aid, and...
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Endoscopic Spine Surgery Workshop Led by Dr. Bryan Massoud in NJ
Thursday, 27 September 2012 13:48
Dr. Massoud Hones Skills in Germany with World’s Top Spine Surgeons

Fair Lawn, NJ -- Bryan J. Massoud, M.D., Spine Centers of America chief surgeon, will host an Endoscopic Spine Surgery workshop, with live endoscopic surgery observation, sponsored by Richard Wolf Medical Instruments Corp., September 28-29, 2012, in Union N.J.  Dr...
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Chronic Back Pain after an Auto Accident: 5 Most Common Causes
Tuesday, 25 September 2012 14:25
For many auto accident victims, finding an effective spine treatment for chronic back pain can be challenging. Back pain doesn't always require spine surgery from an orthopedic surgeon, but patients may not realize that they have other options. A patient advocate such as Spine Centers of America can help you explore all possible solutions for...
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Back Surgery Patients Regain Full Mobility
Friday, 21 September 2012 17:32
Individuals who contemplate back surgery for chronic lower back pain, sciatica or herniated discs are often concerned about the impact that the intervention may have on their post-operative mobility and quality of life. While some believe that it is impossible to regain the full level of physical activity, a medical study suggests that this may...
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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Study Evaluates Lower Back Surgery Techniques
Sunday, 13 November 2011 22:27
The narrowing of the spinal canal that is referred to as spinal stenosis can affect either the cervical or lumbar areas of the spine. This condition is typically most prevalent in patients 50 years of age or older, and lumbar spinal stenosis is an extremely common reason for lower back surgery in those who are more than 65 years old.
Lumbar...
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Spinal Injury Causes Green Bay Player Out of Remaining NFL Season
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 03:37
Nick Collins, a safety for the Green Bay Packers, had a spinal injury during a game on September 18, 2011 and will not be playing for the remainder of the season. This continues the recent trend of National Football League (NFL) players being sidelined by spinal injuries, most recently exemplified by Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts and...
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A Herniated Disc is the Cause of Pain Suffering for Yankees Pitcher
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 03:30
Herniated discs are fairly common - and sometimes, quite serious - spinal condition that can lead to back pain. They are typically caused by subjecting the upper or lower back to strain on a regular basis, or as the result of a sudden injury.

Depending on its level of severity, a herniated disc may be simple to treat and only minimally affect a...
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New Jersey Spine Center Adds Amy Brofman to Business Dev. Team
Thursday, 13 October 2011 14:26
FAIR LAWN, NJ - October 3, 2011 - Amy Brofman has joined the Spine Centers of America team and will head its New Jersey business development efforts and support the continuing growth of the practice.

Spine Centers of America specializes in minimally invasive spine surgery using advanced endoscopic spine surgery techniques for the treatment of a...
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