Scoliosis Pain Management

Scoliosis Pain

Scoliosis is a relatively common musculoskeletal condition affecting the lower back, that is usually diagnosed in childhood. More than three million people are diagnosed with scoliosis in the United States each year, and the large majority of these are children. However, people of all ages may have or develop scoliosis. Scoliosis treatment is usually something that is prescribed or determined by a physician, a chiropractor, a physical therapist, or another health professional, or oftentimes all of these in combination. Having a supportive health care team is the single most important…

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Two Main Types of Cataract Surgery

CATARACT SURGERY

A cataract is when the lens of your eye has become cloudy. If you have a cataract, you may notice your vision has become blurry or hazy, you might have double vision, or colors may appear faded or slightly yellowed. Cataracts commonly occur once you reach 65 or older. By the age of 75 around half of Americans will have had cataracts. The risk factors for early cataracts include:     A family history of cataracts Diabetes Smoking Sun damage and increased exposure to UV rays Eye injury or surgery,…

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