As a professional golfer, I understand the importance of staying physically healthy—especially when it comes to your back. I also know that sometimes, your back just begins to ache for no apparent reason. That’s what happened to me, but Laser Spine Institute helped me find relief from my back pain. Continue reading
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One of my favorite things about golfing is the opportunity to connect with my fans. When I started having back pain at the age of 18, I never imagined that it would allow me to better identify with my fans. I understand how chronic neck or back pain can drastically derail your life. And if it wasn’t for Laser Spine Institute, there’s a good chance I would be retired and unable to golf today. Continue reading
A crew of 26 Laser Spine Institute employees arrived in the Dominican Republic with 28 pieces of luggage in tow. Those bags were brimming with nearly 1,400 pounds of clothing and shoes given by Laser Spine Institute’s ONE TEAM. The group’s mission was simple: to help as many people as possible during the six-day venture. Continue reading
Who doesn’t want extra energy? This is why most of us grab an afternoon cup of coffee just to make it through our days. The good news is that you don’t need caffeine to supercharge your energy levels. Here, Dr. Anthony Gross, DC, of Laser Spine Institute explains how a vitamin-rich diet can naturally increase your energy levels and give you that extra boost to accomplish more every day. Continue reading
The American Academy of Pain reports that 26 million Americans live with chronic back pain, with many suffering from a condition known as sciatica. Twenty-eight percent of those dealing with low back pain find it difficult to move freely. Sciatica is one of the most common symptoms of low back pain and makes it extremely difficult for some to participate in basic tasks such as sitting, standing or even walking.
Why is your sciatica such a pain?
Sciatica is officially described as a pain that affects the lower back, hips and legs and is caused by the sciatic nerve being pinched. The sciatic nerve begins at the base of the spine and extends down each leg. Continue reading