By Emilia Paluszek For many, your 40s are a time of feeling more comfortable and established, as you become more secure professionally and personally. But it's no time to become complacent about your health, an all-too-frequent occurrence in this decade. Your 40s are a time when...

By Alan Condon, Becker's Spine Review The Joint Commission has awarded Englewood (N.J.) Health its Gold Seal of Approval for spinal fusion for the fourth time since 2012. To earn the certification, the hospital had to comply with national care standards, use evidence-based guidelines and have an organized approach...

People across the country suffer from lower back pain everyday caused by poor sleeping habits. Many times the mattress they sleep on each night is part of the problem. A mattress that does not have proper support, can strain a back muscle or throw the spine out of alignment....

Living with back pain can become a struggle for anyone.  Whether you tweaked it during a physical activity or suffer from a degenerative condition, it can sometimes be life altering and other times it is just a minor inconvenience.  Here are some effective ways to...

In a stunning development, doctors in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) have discovered a new way to conduct spine surgery on patients suffering from congenital anomaly of the vertebral column. This condition mainly affects individuals between the ages of 20 and 30...

A recent discovery by a group of Neurosurgeons has the potential to combat the deadliest form of brain cancer, glioblastoma. In a study published in Nature Materials, the doctors developed special nanofibers, made out of polycaprolactone (PCL) polymer. They were meant to mimic the blood vessels and...

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