When should we see a spine specialist for back pain or spine related aliments?

– Please do see a spine specialist if you have one of the following – pain which wakes you up from sleep, Bowel/Bladder Dysfunction (like unable to pass urine, dribbling of urine or loss of control over passing urine or defecation), unexplained Weight Loss with back pain, recent episodes of fever related to low back pain, history of trauma, continuous pain more than 6 weeks, pain radiating to arms and legs    & weakness in arms and legs.

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  • By spineexpert / February 4, 2019

    When should we see a spine specialist for back pain or spine related aliments?

    – Please do see a spine specialist if you have one of the following – pain which wakes you up from...

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    How successful is spine surgery and is it safe?

    –  Spine surgeries are usually very successful and also if done by a spine specialist. The key to success if...

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    Can children have back related problems?

    – Yes the children can also have back related issues. Most common is back pain of muscular origin that is...

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