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Dr. Jonathan Lewin recently presented a detailed lecture entitled, Understanding the Difference: X-Ray, CT, and MRI. The presentation was held on March 11, 2015 at/for Spreemo, a company that reshapes how payers select providers, enables better care, lowers cost and improves efficiencies. Following the talks, there were numerous...

The Center for Pain Management (CPM) hosted an informative lecture dinner with local internists, attorneys and chiropractors in Teaneck, New Jersey on March 26th. Dr. Steven Horowitz discussed how to address and correct spinal surgeries and procedures that have previously failed with the latest options...

police-ad-web[1] Law enforcement officers have arguably the most taxing job of all of our civil servants. Because of the nature of their profession, things such as extended sitting, extended standing, late night hours, duty belts, apprehension of criminal suspects, and the overall stress of the heroic work they do can lead to significant strains on the back.

Many miles separated a marathon runner/extreme athlete in Nevada from a healthcare professional in Alaska. Unfortunately, the cliché “joined at the hip” would be trite and inaccurate. What they shared was a constant, dull pain in the lower back and a diagnosis of degenerative disc...

Chronic pain is generally discomfort that lasts for a month or more beyond what is considered to be the usual recovery period for an injury or illness. It can continue unabated for months or years. Usually, the pain is not constant but the onset of...

Millions of Americans experience excruciating and possibly debilitating back pain every day, which makes the condition one of the most prevalent and vexing. If your back aches, no one realizes or suffers like you do. People may look fine, but inside they are hurting, and...

Check out our ad in New Jersey Cops magazine: teacher-ad-web[1] Teachers have one of the most important, albeit demanding, jobs. They have to manage educating young people, while simultaneously managing a variety of classroom stressors and distractions. This chronic stress, especially when associated with overpopulated classrooms and high student-to-teacher ratios, can cause neck and back pain.