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Herniated Disc

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Randal Betz MD

Randal Betz MD
Specialist in Pediatric Spine

M. Darryl Antonacci MD, FACS

M. Darryl Antonacci MD, FACS
Chief Spine Surgeon & Director
Specialist in Pediatric & Adult Spine

The intention of my letter today is to deeply and sincerely express my gratitude for the many, many ways you and your staff have assisted, cared, and supported me and my family with my spinal cord injury…

…On behalf of my husband, Stephen, my sons, Brendan and Gregory, and myself, we sincerely thank you for giving us a chance at a “restored quality of life.” It means the world to our family. You are truly a “lifesaver.”Charon K – Age: 40

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Cervical Disc Herniation

A common cause of neck, shoulder and arm pain is a herniated disc; a herniation occurs when the outer band of the disc breaks or cracks and the gel-like substance from the inside of the disc leaks out, placing pressure on the spinal canal or nerve roots. Symptoms, treatments, and the use of physical therapy [read more]


Lumbar Disc Herniation

The descriptive terms “slipped disc”, “ruptured disc” and “disc popped out” – while misleading – actually refer to disc herniation. Discussion of causes, symptoms (e.g., sciatica), treatments, and the use of physical therapy exercises for pain relief of lumbar disc herniation follow. How Do Discs Herniate? Discs, which act as shock absorbers for the spine, [read more]


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