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Tips for Reducing Sciatica Pain
Feb 26, 2021 by Twin Cities Spine Center
Have you had pain that's radiating into your leg? You may be experiencing sciatica. There are multiple causes for sciatica but typically it's a result of a pinched nerve in the lower back. Given some time, often your sciatica can...
Working Safely from Home
Jan 29, 2021 by Twin Cities Spine Center
It has almost been one year since the pandemic turned our lives upside down. Many people were forced to trade in their commute, work attire and office for a stroll to the kitchen counter in pajamas with a laptop in tow. And if the kitchen...
Walking Safely on Ice
Jan 21, 2021 by Twin Cities Spine Center
Winter is now in full force here in Minnesota and with a season that seems to dominate much of our yearly calendar, it does offer many outdoor activities. Many of these activities include sledding, skiing, ice fishing, and outdoor hockey....
Spinal Robotics at Twin Cities Spine Center
Jan 15, 2021 by Twin Cities Spine Center
Dr. Eiman Shafa, a spine surgeon with Twin Cities Spine Center and Director of Spine Robotics at Abbott Northwestern Hospital, successfully performed the first minimally invasive TLIF, which is a type of less invasive spinal fusion, using...
Get Your Spine Ready for Skiing!
Jan 08, 2021 by Twin Cities Spine Center
Physician Assistant Martha Magnuson provides some helpful information for staying safe out on the slopes! Snow is finally here and we want to get out there and enjoy it. Get in shape so you can stay out skiing all day by working on...
Taking Care of Mental Health During COVID
Dec 22, 2020 by Twin Cities Spine Center
Leslie Weide, MSW, LICSW, an experienced social worker with Twin Cities Spine Center, shares some thoughtful suggestions on how to best care for your mental heath during these challenging and sometimes difficult times: As we approach the...
Protecting Your Back While Decorating for the Holidays
Dec 09, 2020 by Twin Cities Spine Center
Does the thought of decorating for the holidays make your back start to ache? You are not being dramatic – the heavy lifting, twisting and bending can be very hard on your back! In addition to that, thousands of people are treated...
Scoliosis: What parents should know
Nov 09, 2020 by Twin Cities Spine Center
When your child is diagnosed with scoliosis, it can be a very scary and unsettling time. The good news is that most kids with scoliosis grow up to lead active, normal lives. Dr. Eduardo Beauchamp, a spine surgeon at Twin Cities Spine...
When to use hot or cold for your neck or back pain
Nov 02, 2020 by Twin Cities Spine Center
USE COLD PACK ON ACUTE INJURIES Acute injuries are sudden, sharp, traumatic injuries that occur immediately (or within hours) and cause pain. Most often, acute injuries result from some sort of obvious impact or trauma such as: fall ...
Osteoporosis: 5 keys to a healthy lifestyle
Oct 26, 2020 by Twin Cities Spine Center
Osteoporosis is a condition that causes your bone strength to weaken and leave you more susceptible to fractures. Although osteoporosis might be weakening your bones, there are plenty...

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