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  • Elite Athletes Return to Play 85% of Time after Lumbar Microdiscectomy Spine Surgery
    initial literature search resulted in 547 articles of which 14 were determined relevant on abstract review Overall nine studies provided data for 558 patients that underwent a lumbar microdiscectomy The pooled clinical success rate was 83 5 CI 79 7 88 0 which was statistically significant p 0 0001 The studies demonstrated minimal heterogeneity Q value of 7 41 and I2 value of 5 53 Four studies included operative and non operative cohorts The odds ratio of return to play with a symptomatic lumbar disc herniation was 1 13 CI 0 37 5 90 There was no statistical difference in return to play between the two groups p 0 59 Conclusions Elite athletes return to competition 83 5 of the time after undergoing a single level lumbar microdiscectomy There was no difference in RTP rates following microdiscectomy versus conservative treatment for elite athletes with a Lumbar HNP Additionally when comparing lumbar microdiscectomy to non operative treatment there is no difference in RTP rates suggesting that a more aggressive approach to managing a symptomatic HNP in this population with earlier surgical intervention may be employed judiciously if timing necessitates for the athlete s benefit Return to Play in Elite Athletes after Lumbar Microdiscectomy A Meta Analysis Overley Samuel C MD McAnany Steven J MD Andelman Steve MD Patterson Diana C MD Cho Samuel K MD Qureshi Sheeraz A MBA MD Hsu Wellington K MD Hecht Andrew C MD Spine Dec3 2015 Topics Spine Surgery Real Spine Surgery On the forefront of spinal surgery Dr Kenneth K Hansraj is a spinal and orthopedic surgeon specializing in cervical thoracic and lumbar procedures for example laminectomies and spinal fusions Dr Hansraj believes in tailoring the operation to the patient using the latest spine technologies stem cell usage in spine surgery bloodless spine surgery minimally

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  • Return to Play In An Elite Athlete: 1 Level Cervical Spine Surgery
    irritated nerve in the spine that can cause pain numbness tingling or weakness along the course of the nerve Return to contact sports play typically occurs when the athlete has no complaints or symptoms Spinal surgeons at their discretion may return an athlete with minimal numbness or minimal weakness elite athletes return to play 85 of time after lumbar microdiscectomy spine surgery Range of Motion Assessment of the cervical spine typically involves assessment in the flexion extension lateral bends and rotation planes It is usually recommened to have full painless range of motion for return to contact sports The spinal surgeon makes the call for return to sports based upon the usual range of motion for the athlete and factors such as position and play Motor Power Each muscle has specific spinal nerve innervation The triceps muscle shown has C7 innervation The spinal surgeon will test to make sure that the power of the nerves is intact before return to sport X Rays X Rays are taken to check the bony integrity of the spine Pre existing conditions such as spondylolisthesis may be ok so long as the athlete is pain free with good range of motion MRI Scans MRI scans tell about the condition of the spinal cord nerve roots and disc spaces Cervical Stabilization Cervical stabilization consists of a series of incremental exercises that starts in good posture emphasizes range of motion in good posture and strengthening in good posture Athletes getting ready to return to contact sports typically show strength range of motion and balance using advances cervical stabilization techniques return to play in an elite athlete neck strain or disc injury return to play in an elite athlete 1 level cervical spine surgery return to play elite athlete 1 level posterior cervical decompression return to play

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  • Return to Play Elite Athlete: 1 Level Posterior Cervical Decompression
    the spine that can cause pain numbness tingling or weakness along the course of the nerve Return to contact sports play typically occurs when the athlete has no complaints or symptoms Spinal surgeons at their discretion may return an athlete with minimal numbness or minimal weakness elite athletes return to play 85 of time after lumbar microdiscectomy spine surgery Range of Motion Assessment of the cervical spine typically involves assessment in the flexion extension lateral bends and rotation planes It is usually recommened to have full painless range of motion for return to contact sports The spinal surgeon makes the call for return to sports based upon the usual range of motion for the athlete and factors such as position and play Motor Power Each muscle has specific spinal nerve innervation The deltoid muscle shown has C5 innervation The spinal surgeon will test to make sure that the power of the nerves is intact before return to sport X Rays X Rays are taken to check the bony integrity of the spine Pre existing conditions such as spondylolisthesis may be ok so long as the athlete is pain free with good range of motion MRI Scans MRI scans tell about the condition of the spinal cord nerve roots and disc spaces Cervical Stabilization Cervical stabilization consists of a series of incremental exercises that starts in good posture emphasizes range of motion in good posture and strengthening in good posture Athletes getting ready to return to contact sports typically show strength range of motion and balance using advances cervical stabilization techniques return to play in an elite athlete neck strain or disc injury return to play in an elite athlete 1 level cervical spine surgery return to play elite athlete 1 level posterior cervical decompression return to play in an elite

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  • Return to Play In An Elite Athlete: 2 Levels Cervical Spine Fusion
    or irritated nerve in the spine that can cause pain numbness tingling or weakness along the course of the nerve Return to contact sports play typically occurs when the athlete has no complaints or symptoms Spinal surgeons at their discretion may return an athlete with minimal numbness or minimal weakness elite athletes return to play 85 of time after lumbar microdiscectomy spine surgery Range of Motion Assessment of the cervical spine typically involves assessment in the flexion extension lateral bends and rotation planes It is usually recommened to have full painless range of motion for return to contact sports The spinal surgeon makes the call for return to sports based upon the usual range of motion for the athlete and factors such as position and play Motor Power Each muscle has specific spinal nerve innervation The triceps muscle shown has C7 innervation The spinal surgeon will test to make sure that the power of the nerves is intact before return to sport X Rays X Rays are taken to check the bony integrity of the spine Pre existing conditions such as spondylolisthesis may be ok so long as the athlete is pain free with good range of motion MRI Scans MRI scans tell about the condition of the spinal cord nerve roots and disc spaces Cervical Stabilization Cervical stabilization consists of a series of incremental exercises that starts in good posture emphasizes range of motion in good posture and strengthening in good posture Athletes getting ready to return to contact sports typically show strength range of motion and balance using advances cervical stabilization techniques return to play in an elite athlete neck strain or disc injury return to play in an elite athlete 1 level cervical spine surgery return to play elite athlete 1 level posterior cervical decompression return to

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  • Return to Play In An Elite Athlete: 3 Levels Cervical Spine Fusion
    radiculopathy a condition due to a compressed or irritated nerve in the spine that can cause pain numbness tingling or weakness along the course of the nerve Return to contact sports play typically occurs when the athlete has no complaints or symptoms Spinal surgeons at their discretion may return an athlete with minimal numbness or minimal weakness elite athletes return to play 85 of time after lumbar microdiscectomy spine surgery Range of Motion Assessment of the cervical spine typically involves assessment in the flexion extension lateral bends and rotation planes It is usually recommened to have full painless range of motion for return to contact sports The spinal surgeon makes the call for return to sports based upon the usual range of motion for the athlete and factors such as position and play Motor Power Each muscle has specific spinal nerve innervation The triceps muscle shown has C7 innervation The spinal surgeon will test to make sure that the power of the nerves is intact before return to sport X Rays X Rays are taken to check the bony integrity of the spine Pre existing conditions such as spondylolisthesis may be ok so long as the athlete is pain free with good range of motion MRI Scans MRI scans tell about the condition of the spinal cord nerve roots and disc spaces Cervical Stabilization Cervical stabilization consists of a series of incremental exercises that starts in good posture emphasizes range of motion in good posture and strengthening in good posture Athletes getting ready to return to contact sports typically show strength range of motion and balance using advances cervical stabilization techniques return to play in an elite athlete neck strain or disc injury return to play in an elite athlete 1 level cervical spine surgery return to play elite athlete

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  • Blog: Dr. Ken Spinal Surgeon
    15 Billion US Dollars Spine Problem Turkey Has a 3 6 Billion US Dollars Spine Problem Jordan Has a 130 260 Million US Dollars Spine Problem Israel Has a 1 2 Billion US Dollars Spine Problem India Has a 7 5 15 Billion USD Spine Health Problem 5 Arts of Bloodless Spine Surgery Important for Jehovah s Witnesses Spinal Surgery Costs of Blood Transfusion World Renowned Spine Health Specialist Dr Ken Hansraj Receives the 3rd G O D Awards Lifetime Achievement for Global Spine Health at the UN 100 Years Old Lady With Osteoporosis Walks Again How Bone Morphogenic Protein BMP Forms Bone In Spine Fusions TextNeck How texting can be harmful to your health Business The Spine Importance of Posture Get The Runway Look How To Walk Like A Model With Perfect Posture Part 3 Get The Runway Look How To Walk Like A Model With Perfect Posture Part 2 Get The Runway Look How To Walk Like A Model With Perfect Posture Part 1 Zen commute can take you to a better place Meta Analysis A Real Danger For Patients Who Need Spinal Injections OMG You re Texting Your Way To Back Pain Muscles Strength Beauty Aging The Spine Skiing Snowboarding The Spine Back Pain 7 Ways To Strengthen Your Spine One Simple Thing A small way to save your back while commuting Text Neck Versus Blackberry Neck Surgery Better for Herniated Discs According to 8 Year Study Exercise Is Medicine The New York Times 7 Minutes Prescription DOLOR CRÓNICO DE LA COLUMNA EN TODOS LOS TIEMPOS DE ALTA CREANDO COSTOSA CRISIS GLOBAL International Bestseller Secrets Of The Cervical Spine Te Duele La Espalda 7 Consejos Para Fortalecer Tu Columna Minding Your Spine As Featured in BellaNYC Yoginis had significantly less degenerative disc disease SLEEP WITHOUT STIFFNESS NewYou

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  • Blog: Dr. Ken Spinal Surgeon | Beauty
    1 by kim west senior beauty editor Read Part 2 Here get the runway look how to walk like a model with perfect posture part 2 Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Beauty Posture Get The Runway Look How To Walk Like A Model With Perfect Posture Part 2 Posted by Kim West on Sep 18 2015 7 51 30 AM Tweet BEAUTY WORLD NEWS http www beautyworldnews com articles 11778 20140908 get the runway look how to walk like a model with perfect posture part 2 back pain slip herniated disc slouch couture pose new york fashion week runway walk catwalk best worst red carpet htm Ready to walk like a professional model It all starts with having perfect posture Seeing the pros do it throughout fashion week we decided to chat with a certified posture expert to learn what it takes to sit up stright with the best of them Read Part 1 Here get the runway look how to walk like a model with perfect posture part 1 by kim west senior beauty editor Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Beauty Posture Get The Runway Look How To Walk Like A Model With Perfect Posture Part 1 Posted by Kim West on Sep 16 2015 8 49 12 AM Tweet BEAUTY WORLD NEWS http www beautyworldnews com articles 11735 20140907 get the runway look how to walk like a model with perfect posture part 1 back pain exercises relief chronic chiropractor slipped herniated disc how to look taller runway walk top model htm Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Beauty Posture All posts Real Spine Surgery On the forefront of spinal surgery Dr Kenneth K Hansraj is a spinal and orthopedic surgeon

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  • Blog: Dr. Ken Spinal Surgeon | Bloodless Spine Surgery
    pulposus exits through a hole caused by damage to the annulus fibrosis Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Bloodless Spine Surgery Spinal Stenosis Herniated Disc Spine Surgery Revision Spine Surgery Spinal Decompression Spinal Health Closed Loop Bloodless Technique For Some of Jehovah s Witnesses Posted by Dr Ken Hansraj on Aug 15 2015 12 32 05 AM Tweet A machine commonly known as a cell saver is used to recover red blood cells lost during spinal surgery and return them to circulation in the patient s body This cell saver machine was developed during the Vietnam war and used extensively in the field Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Bloodless Spine Surgery Spinal Stenosis Herniated Disc Spine Surgery Revision Spine Surgery Spinal Decompression FYI Bloodless Spine Surgery For Jehovah s Witnesses Posted by Dr Ken Hansraj on Aug 15 2015 12 00 28 AM Tweet When preparing a patient for safe bloodless spine surgery a comprehensive evaluation is recommended This ensures no surprises in the operating room Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Bloodless Spine Surgery Spinal Stenosis Herniated Disc Spine Surgery Revision Spine Surgery Spinal Decompression All posts Real Spine Surgery On the forefront of spinal surgery Dr Kenneth K Hansraj is a spinal and orthopedic surgeon specializing in cervical thoracic and lumbar procedures for example laminectomies and spinal fusions Dr Hansraj believes in tailoring the operation to the patient using the latest spine technologies stem cell usage in spine surgery bloodless spine surgery minimally invasive approaches advanced bone grafting techniques spinal navigation to assess instrumentation placement modern operating tables nerve monitoring during spine surgery Subscribe to Email Updates Recent Posts Saudi Arabia Has a 3 5 USD Billion Spine Problem Spain Has a

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