Cervical Lordosis Treatment

CERVICAL LORDOSIS TREATMENT   What is Cervical Lordosis? Cervical lordosis refers to the natural curve of the spine in the neck, known as the cervical spine. From top to bottom, a healthy spine forms an “S” shape, with a healthy cervical spine forming a gentle...

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Mild Scoliosis

Mild Scoliosis  In general, scoliosis cases fall into one of three categories: mild, moderate, and severe. Mild scoliosis is by far the most common form of the condition, affecting as much as 50% of the population. This form of the condition often occurs in young,...

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Degenerative Disc Disease Treatment

Degenerative Disc Disease Degenerative disc disease is a condition in which the soft discs between vertebrae (which act like cushions) begin to dry out and shrink, leading to increased wear and tear on the vertebrae and the discs themselves. It can lead to arthritis,...

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Spondylolysis Treatment

Spondylolysis Definition Spondylolysis, also known as a Pars Defect, occurs when a small, thin portion of bone that connects two vertebrae (known as the Pars Interarticularis) cracks or fractures. This can weaken the bones of the spine and lead to instability, which...

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Scoliosis Pain Management

Scoliosis Pain Management  A majority of the population experiences back pain in one form or another.  It is a very common problem and those with Scoliosis are often the recipients of back pain.  Some people with scoliosis don’t have pain or it is not a major issue....

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Southwest Scoliosis Institute Revision Surgery

Southwest Scoliosis Institute Revision Surgery Shawn Coker had multiple spine fusion surgeries, and while he says they accomplished what they were supposed to do at the time, his condition continued to deteriorate – causing him pain and forcing him to lean forward...

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Bulging or Herniated Disc?

Bulging or Herniated Disc? Your spine is made up of 24 vertebrae with soft discs between them that act as cushions, or shock absorbers. The discs themselves are made up of two parts: a tough outer layer that holds the disc together, and a gel-like interior that helps...

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Cervical Stenosis

CERVICAL STENOSIS Cervical spinal stenosis is a common spine condition affecting patients over 50, but while it may be a common problem, it can go undiagnosed or get misdiagnosed as just another part of getting older. However, depending on the cause, cervical spinal...

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Scoliosis Surgery

Scoliosis Surgery - Performed by Doctor Hostin Deborah Butter, Scoliosis Patient Scoliosis Surgery to Remove Pain Deborah Butter couldn’t remember a single day in her life without pain. That all changed when Dr. Hostin performed Scoliosis Surgery at the Southwest...

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Low Dose Radiological Imaging

Utilizing low dose radiological imaging (X-ray) to improve patient care and convenience At Southwest Scoliosis Institute, we believe in providing our patients with the best care and services with convenience, which is why we’re proud to offer in-house Low Dose...

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