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Dr. Greg Phillips will be speaking on spinal cord stimulators, and the latest technology. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP is required.Find out more »
Movement Therapy Modalities: Therapeutic Applications of Tai Chi, Qigong and Yoga Wednesday, June 8, 2016 Seminar is offered free of charge for patients of NeuroSpine This is a special seminar focusing on the use of therapeutic movement to address concerns for balance and stability, increased range of movement, and chronic pain management. The seminar will combine an overview of scientific research findings with a hands-on experience to provide a greater awareness and understanding of NeuroSpine’s complementary patient services. Patients attending should wear suitable,…Find out more »
Join us on Wednesday, June 8th for Mix 94.5's Walk It Off Wednesday! Liz & Reilly will broadcast live during the Super Hero-themed event. We'll have NeuroSpine goody bags for everyone, prizes and lots of FUN! Bring your family and friends, and enjoy walking trails at Alton Baker Park.Find out more »
Come learn about Spinal Cord Stimulation as a treatment option for Pain Management. Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) & the Boston Scientific Difference. SCS therapy can help manage chronic pain — even when other therapies have failed. SCS therapy has helped hundreds of thousands of people and is: Proven safe and effective FDA-approved for adults with chronic pain of the trunk and/or lower limbs Offers proven pain management Covered by most insurance plans, including Medicare and most workers' compensation programs For information about the Spinal Cord Stimulator…Find out more »
Learn About the healing potential of Stem Cell and Platelet Rich Plasma therapies. What is Regenerative Medicine? It is a non-invasive, natural treatment alternative that uses your body’s own organic healing mechanisms to promote rapid healing and reduced pain. How Does it Work? The body’s first response to soft tissue injury is to deliver platelet cells – a component found in the blood. Packed with bio-active healing proteins known as cytokines. Platelets are vital cells that initiate repair and…Find out more »