Dr. Max Cohen wrote an article to debunk athlete spine injury myths. Some myths addressed are: Rest is always best Spine injuries always require surgery Equipment is the most important thing to prevent spine injuries
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Most people might feel a soreness in their neck or a shooting pain and just assume they slept on it wrong. Overtime, you may get used to that pain and not think anything of it, but you could be overlooking … Continue reading
Do you ever wonder what the pain radiating down your spine to your buttocks might be? It’s possible that it’s sciatica. Sciatica can cause some people severe pain and can even be debilitating. For others, sciatica might be irritating and … Continue reading
Dr. Cohen speaks about the repercussions of osteoporosis and how the Spine & Scoliosis Specialists of Greensboro, NC can treat it with minimally invasive Balloon Kyphoplasty procedure.
Whiplash is a neck injury that occurs when the head goes through a rapid movement from side to side or back and forth. This sudden movement can injure bones in the spine as well as discs, muscles and neck tissues. … Continue reading
Dr. Max W. Cohen of Spine & Scoliosis Specialists presents important information on exercising with back pain. Following his advice can help reduce back pain while maintaining your workout routine. Contact Spine & Scoliosis Specialists at (336) 333-6306. PDF Version
Minimally invasive surgery refers to a method of procedure that uses small incisions to access a specific part of the body, rather than large, open surgery incisions. This can lead to many benefits for the procedure and the post-op recovery.
Dr. Ruben Torrealba is a back pain specialist here at Spine & Scoliosis Specialists in Greensboro, NC. He will be giving a talk on back pain treatment options at the Millis Regional Health Education Center. The details for the presentation are … Continue reading
A pinched nerve occurs when something is pressing on the nerve, such as a herniated disc or bone spur. When that happens, the nerve is irritated and can cause numbness, tingling, and pain. Knowing the causes of pinched nerves can … Continue reading
Sending a text might seem like a quick, easy task with no ramifications to your health, but our physicians believe that texting can actually negatively affect your spine. The average head weighs about 10 to 12 pounds. According to a … Continue reading