December 2017 Edition. Volume XVII

The goal of attempting to re-establishing more physiologic spine function as opposed to symptomatic therapy alone, should be a paramount consideration for every form of spine care.  Restorative spine services refers to those therapies designed to restore function based on the principle that "it is needless to more when less will suffice.”  The concept of "restorative" also relates to therapies which do not create more problems than they solve. Few are aware today that a restorative renaissance in thinking has been underway for many decades but, has not yet achieved a high level of visibility.

RESTORATIVE SPINE CARE EMBRACES THREE SEPARATE AREAS OF SPINE CARE

Non-Invasive Restorative Spine Care

Minimally Invasive Spine Care

Restorative Spine Surgery

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