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We are proud to announce The Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders, a formalized joint practice including The Center for Spinal Disorders, The Center for Hand Disorders and The Center for Pain Management. In addition, the practice has celebrated the grand opening of their new state-of-the-art facility located...

In January, 23-year-old Austrian ski jumper Lukas Mueller crashed during a test run before the World Championships in Vienna, leaving him partially paralyzed. Although he underwent surgery on his lower spine hours after crashing, and he has improved movement in his legs, his was a very serious spine injury with what was officially called, “unforeseeable consequences.” This dramatic example may not apply to the average winter sports enthusiast, but one need not be ski jumping or training for a world championship competition to incur a back or spine injury. In fact, beginners taking it easy can be at risk, without doing anything especially dramatic or risky.

 The community recently gathered to celebrate the grand opening of The Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders' new state-of-the-art facility located at 177 N. Dean Street. Distinguished members throughout the Bergen county community appeared for the ribbon cutting ceremony, enjoying fabulous hors d’oeuvres and desserts while showing their support...

Travel is a potential risk for back pain, yet pain-free travel is vital to a safe and enjoyable journey. Here are some simple tips and enlightening information for taking care of your back, whether you travel by air or road. According to the Occupational Safety and...