Most people experience pain in their legs at some point in their lives, whether it’s caused by an injury or wear and tear on the muscles and tendons. Usually, the pain goes away as the underlying issue heals or improves over time—but sometimes, spine surgery may be necessary to alleviate the pain in your legs.…

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An ACL is a common injury in athletes and non-athletes alike. ACL tears are commonly seen in people who play contact sports such as football, basketball, and soccer. They can also occur in everyday activities like squatting or simply jumping up from the ground.

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Hip bursitis occurs when a fluid-filled sac in the hip joint becomes inflamed, often due to arthritis, overuse, or injury. While hip bursitis can typically be managed with non-invasive remedies, there are also some surgical options for treatment.

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Arthroscopic hip surgery is an option for patients seeking minimally invasive surgery to restore hip function. An arthroscopic surgeon uses a small camera to view the hip joint, as well as instruments to remove bone fragments and correct any loose or worn parts.

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Degenerative disc disease occurs when the discs that cushion the spine begin to dry and wear out, causing pain and reducing mobility. There are some surgeries that can provide pain relief and help you return to normal function. What is Degenerative Disc Disease? Degenerative disc disease is a spine condition in which intervertebral discs—discs between…

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