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  • Psychological evaluations before spine surgery are becoming more common. Dr. Andrew Block, clinical health psychologist at Texas Back Institute, discusses why they are important for patients and surgeons.

  • BMI and Complications in Spine Surgery
    November 9, 2018 | Articles

    Can excess weight result in worse outcomes following spine surgery? A study published in The Spine Journal in July 2018 points to "yes."

  • In a study, 20% of patients showed signs of PTSD one year after spinal fusion surgery. Can talking to your doctor before surgery help, or is there a better way?

  • Treating Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
    May 8, 2018 | Articles

    Despite the name, failed back surgery syndrome is not so much a syndrome but is a general term that refers to an unsuccessful back surgery that brings along chronic back pain instead of relief.

  • What You Can Expect: Bone Density Scan
    November 25, 2017 | Articles

    A bone mineral density scan presents a way for your physician to measure the amount of mineral content of your bones usually in preparation for an operation such as artificial disc replacement (ADR). So if your doctor or specialist request a bone density scan, this is what you need to know.

  
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