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... site called spine universe. go to Web MD, John Hopkins and just read. I can't advise, I know you are in a lot of pain. ... (9 replies)
... open up another internet explorer window and to the spine universe address which is provided in a post at the top of these threads by BionicWitch. Use the main web by searching for the term artificial.disc and even the name of your disc. You may also want to search for clinical. ... (15 replies)
... or even the AMA. Doc's don't list with all of them, so we have check various sites, but if you checked your own state's medical licensing board on your state's web site, then that one should be fairly complete. ... (7 replies)

... which I hope can help you use the web to check out credentials and perhaps save you some visits. ... (5 replies)
... ou can also do web searches for the terms the other poster listed, as well as one for terms such as spine universe, spine health, etc and find a number of spinal web sites, some which even show animated clips of what happens when there is a herniation or stenosis, etc. ... (4 replies)
... First, go to your state's web site, and if doctor's licensing isn't a separate department, look into the health dept for your state. ... (25 replies)
... ee" post and check out the AMA site, places you will find by doing searches for "best.doctors and maybe even certified.doctors" and even by going to your state's web site and checking licensing information. There's so much more info on all those sites, especially bio info on the doc, the fellowships they've completed, etc. ... (7 replies)
... Second thought. You might check the web for some of the medial or assist living device sites. They may carry such a thing. ... (7 replies)
Who should I see?
May 16, 2005
... First, go to your state's web site, and if doctor's licensing isn't a separate department, look into the health dept for the state. ... (20 replies)
... It is a must that you get hold of the regulation and if it isn't readily available at work, go to the various government web sites. You will be able to access any regulation on the web, although it can take a bit of searching sometimes. ... (5 replies)
... Wise move. Sorry I don't have any recommendations in that area, but wanted to suggest that you visit your state's web site. Usually you can search for doc's by speciality in the licensing by the state. ... (6 replies)
... Thanxs Quietcook, for all your support but hey I live in TN.thats really neat that you live here also.... :wave: (11 replies)
A pain in the butt
Dec 12, 2004
... I really think you would prosper from the info in this book but I hesitate to go into much detail. Dr. Sarno and Dr. Sopher have web sites and have many testimonals on the site. It may give you some incentive to read some if you are a bit skeptical. ... (13 replies)
... Network security, or Web design and management. ... (9 replies)
... Hi All again can any one give me any outcome advise on 360 fusions Im due to have a l5 s1 plif aproch 360 fusion in 2 weeks this web sites great for us back pain sufferes but not meny of my fellow brits Has any one on the site had any work doen in the uk , my surg is a mr striling from Birmingham ( UK) the best Im told !!! (5 replies)
Thuracic surgery
Aug 16, 2004
... i thank you for the web address. there was more on that web sight than i could find. thanks again. colleen b its hard for me to explain. i feel like i have a knife in the spine about where the heart is. ... (3 replies)
... d versions of the procedure. If you don't have a high speed connection you may want some one else to download them or view them. Two are downloadable, one on the web site, the videos are quite large. I for one am glad that they went thru the front instead of the back. Staying away from the spinal cord. ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to the Healthboards. I also have Bursitis but in both my hips. I was just doing a little research on the web the other night and I had come across an article similar to your symptoms. ... (7 replies)
... n answers to my pelvic instabiltity when I ran across this procedure. I found out that only about 500 doctors in the US do this. I found one in my area through a web search. ... (4 replies)
... so quickly. I think since your scar tissue has attached itself to the nerve this is why you have been diagnosed with FBSS and I am truly sorry. If you search the web their is much information about this. ... (14 replies)

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