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Microscopic versus endoscopic discectomy: a review

Microscopic versus endoscopic discectomy: a review Since the advent of minimally invasive techniques, endoscopic spinal surgery has shown significant promise. Ramsey Chammaa and Bob Chatterjee discuss whether endoscopic discectomy can

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KARL STORZ Endoscopy

KARL STORZ Endoscopy KARL STORZ Endoscopy is an innovator in the field of surgical endoscopy, clearly demonstrated by the new range of endoscopic spinal surgery instrumentation and the new SPIES™

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Early physical therapy for low back pain reduces costs and resources

Early physical therapy for low back pain reduces costs and resources A study in the scientific journal BMC Health Services Research has shown that early and guideline adherent physical therapy

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Morton’s neuroma: Healing the effects of high heels

Morton’s neuroma: Healing the effects of high heels High heels are responsible for more than the pain of Morton’s neuroma Doctors have issued a warning to women about the dangers

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Electrical nerve stimulation can reverse spinal cord injury nerve damage in patients

Electrical nerve stimulation can reverse spinal cord injury nerve damage in patients Peripheral nerve stimulation therapy can reverse spinal cord injury-associated nerve deterioration, potentially improving the benefits of current and

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Right on target: new software helps improve surgical safety

Right on target: new software helps improve surgical safety Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have developed a new software programme that works seamlessly with current procedures to assist spinal surgeons’

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Safe Orthopaedics rolls out new range of fenestrated screws for spine surgery

Safe Orthopaedics rolls out new range of fenestrated screws for spine surgery An innovative spinal implant that increases safety, simplifies the operational procedure and limits the cost of surgery for

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Movement sensors give significant reduction in back pain in clinical trials

Movement sensors give significant reduction in back pain in clinical trials New data from clinical trials have demonstrated that back pain patients monitored and treated using wearable movement sensors have

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08 – RCS Education Bursary

RCS Education is awarding four awards of up to £1,000 each for surgical trainees to attend an RCS Education course held at the Royal College of Surgeons The RCS Education