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Treatment Options to Relieve Your Sciatica Pain

If you are having trouble performing basic physical functions because of a sharp pain radiating from your lower back, through the buttock, and down your lower leg, you may be suffering from sciatica. Many people confuse sciatica with back pain. Sciatica is differentiated from back pain because it is the term given to the discomfort […]


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Diagnosing a Neck Sprain Caused by Whiplash

If you have severe pain in your neck, you may have suffered a sprain. A neck sprain occurs when there is a tearing of ligaments holding the neck bones together. A neck sprain requires prompt attention by a physician having the experience and skills to diagnose and treat this serious condition. Neck Sprain Caused by […]


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More About Spinal Stenosis

In April’s first springy blog we covered a couple basics of a condition that causes many patients to come see us at DFW Center for Spinal Disorders — spinal stenosis. This narrowing of the spinal canal and the foramen cramps the space of the spinal cord and the nerve roots exiting the spinal cord, and […]


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Spring and Spinal Stenosis

Spring has sprung here in Fort Worth, but if you’re suffering the effects of spinal stenosis, it may not be much cause for joy. That’s because spinal stenosis and the compression it places on spinal nerves can be compressing the activities you can continue to do, no matter the season. In April’s two DFW Center […]


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More About that Chronic Back Pain of Yours

In March’s first blog we got into that aching back of yours. Not the time when you strained a muscle moving the refrigerator and torqued your back. This was about chronic ongoing pain that lasts longer than six weeks. We talked numbers and symptoms, and we detailed the first of the five most common causes […]


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What’s Behind Your Chronic Back Pain?

Back pain. Sooner or later, everybody has some. It may be a dull ache. I may be sharp or stabbing pain. When a person has chronic back pain, it can seem as if you’re constantly in some degree of pain. People often assume their back pain is due to an incident. They slipped during a […]


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How’s Your Mattress, Sleeping Beauty, Part Deux

In February’s first blog we discussed some reasons you should skip the new ski boat and maybe invest instead in a new mattress, one that could properly support your aching back. We mentioned a study that found the average mattress age of the participants’ mattresses was 9.5 years. That’s a lot of sagginess you’re sleeping […]


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How’s Your Mattress, Sleeping Beauty?

Back pain is common; over 80 percent of Americans will have some bout of back pain in their lives. If you’re one of those in that 20 percent, consider yourself incredibly lucky! Many people wake up most mornings with back pain, and it’s not necessarily anything you did. It can be what your mattress is […]


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Dealing with Spinal Osteoarthritis

Just about all of us over the age of 45 or 50 have arthritis. You read that right, but it’s not the type you think of where a person’s joints become so painful it’s hard to function. The immune system mistakenly starts attacking your own joints. That’s rheumatoid arthritis. No, for most all of us […]


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New Year. Same Old Osteoarthritis.

Since we just turned the calendar to 2022, most of us make resolutions to change aspects of our life. Lose weight. Read more books. Get off Facebook. And take better care of our back. One of the main culprits in the ongoing back pain is osteoarthritis. This is “wear and tear” arthritis, and its effects […]



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