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Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic: Bringing Help and Hope to Uganda

Jackson Neurosurgery  Clinic’s Dr. Adam Lewis recently completed a transcontinental medical missionary trip with Onbelay Medical to the central African nation of Uganda in which he brought world-class expertise in neurosurgical skill and training to a region with limited...

Viscosupplementation May Provide Relief Without Surgery to Painful Knees.

What is Viscosupplementation? Viscosupplementation is a non-surgical medical treatment for degenerative or osteoarthritis of the knees. It involves using a small needle to inject medication into the knee joints to lubricate the degenerative joint. The medication injected into the...

Surgeon General Discusses Nation’s Opioid Epidemic

In this video, former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy who served under Pres. Obama discusses America's opioid epidemic.  Dr. Murthy states that opiate medications are addictive and are generally not a good solution for chronic pain.

Opioid Myths – Examining the Evidence

There are several myths surrounding opiates for chronic pain management. Many of these myths deal with both the efficacy and safety of chronic opiates. This short video explains and exposes several of these myths and helps viewers to understand why it is important to use the...

Spinal Cord Stimulation for Post-Shingles Pain

Recent Study Using Spinal Cord Stimulation to Treat Post Herpetic Neuralgia China Medical University’s Department of Pain Medicine recently published a study entitled ‘Efficacy of Short-Term Spinal Cord Stimulation in Acute/Sub-acute Zoster-Related Pain’ in July 2017. They put...

Knee Painful? What are some possible causes and treatments?

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Knee Pain: Causes There are many possible causes of knee pain. You rely on your knees to support your weight and absorb the force and shock of movement throughout the day. The knee joint is a complex structure consisting of several supporting ligaments, shock absorbing cartilage,...

Scoliosis: Answers to 18 of the Most Common Questions

People who have or know someone with scoliosis of the spine often have many questions.  Below are some of the most common questions, brief answers, and links to more in depth resources.  What is Scoliosis of the Spine? Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that occurs...

Finally! Here’s What’s New in Relieving Sacroiliac Joint Pain

What are the sacroiliac joints? The sacroiliac joints, also known as the "SI joint" are the two joints on each side of the pelvis that are formed where the sacrum and each one of the iliac bones meets. The sacrum is often called the "tailbone" and the iliac bones are commonly...