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Spine & Back

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Low Back Pain vs. Sciatica: What’s the Difference?

It can be easy to confuse the two conditions because they share many of the same symptoms.

A woman experiences pain in her knee when she gets out of her car

Is Joint Pain Worse in Cold Weather?

People often blame cold weather or an impending storm for their increased joint pain. Are the two connected? And if so, what’s really causing the pain?

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Treatment Options for Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is a problem for almost everyone at some point in their life. Learn how to manage it at home and when you should be evaluated by a doctor.

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Managing Chronic Pain: It Takes a Village

Chronic pain is pain that persists after the initial injury or disease has been resolved. Learn how a team approach to treatment can restore quality of life.

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8 Surgeries You Can Have and Go Home the Same Day

Newer, minimally invasive procedures have shortened recovery times and a growing number skip the hospital stay.

Man waking up with back pain

Sciatica Pain in the Back or Legs Has Many Possible Causes

Sciatica refers to pain in the lower back and legs caused by irritation to the sciatic nerve. Learn more about what causes sciatica and the treatment options available.

man sitting at desk with hand on his back as if in pain

When Back Pain Is Serious: How To Tell, What To Do

Typically, back pain is muscular in nature and short-term, often caused by strain from lifting heavy objects or sudden movement. More serious back and spine problems may be caused by nerves, joints and discs.

Trey Clark as an infant with his NICU nurse and today with Lynn Woo, MD.

This 8-Year-Old Doesn't Allow His Diagnosis To Define Him

William “Trey” Clark had more intense medical procedures in his first week of life than many do in a lifetime, so this fun-loving 8-year-old doesn’t sweat the small stuff.

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