The human spine is extraordinarily complex, and spine problems affect the majority of us as we age. Check out my blog to learn more about spine conditions and how we treat them.

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Recent Posts

Cervical Disk Disease

In-between the bony vertebrae in your neck, there are cervical disks.  These disks are made of connective tissue, and function to allow your neck to have motion in combination with the ligaments and joints of the spine.  As we age, there is a normal wear-and-tear process where the disks…

Cervical Stenosis

Cervical stenosis is a term that refers to narrowing of the canal where the spinal cord resides in the neck.  It can be a result of different conditions, including cervical disk disease and herniations, overgrowth of the ligaments and bones in the neck (arthritis and bone spurs).  Some people…