Your cervical spine is made up of the seven bones, called cervical vertebrae, stacked on top of each other in your neck area. The cervical disks are the cushions that lie between the cervical vertebrae and act as shock absorbers to allow your neck to move freely.
Do you sometimes wonder if you or a loved one might be experiencing the symptoms of Alzheimer’s? These 10 tips will help you recognize what’s typical as we age compared to the symptoms of Alzheimer’s – a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills.
New 3-D Printed Tritanium® Device for Spine Surgery Debuts at the Silver Spine & Neurological Center
There’s good news for patients facing surgery to relieve back pain due to degenerative disc disease—back pain originating in the disc with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history and radiographic studies.
On May 26th 2016, 66-year old female was the first to receive a Tritanium TLIF cage in the Dallas-Fort Worth region at Baylor & Scott White Hospital of McKinney, Texas, by Dr. M. Viktor Silver – Double Board Certified Neurosurgeon and Fellowship-trained Spine Surgeon
Traumatic brain injuries are injuries that come from the brain being struck by an outside force. These injuries have a cataclysmic effect on the rest of the body, causing muscle groups to weaken or shut down. The rehab from a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is quite extensive and difficult. But aquatic therapy has turned into an invaluable tool for rehabilitating victims of traumatic brain injuries.