Preserving Your Spines Motion

Pain from spinal stenosis is common; motion preservation surgery is helping overcome its effects.

Your spine has the often-overlooked ability to multitask. Made up of 26 bone segments called vertebrae, the spine not only allows you to stand and bend, it also serves as the key protector against injury to the spinal cord.
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