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San Diego Spine Institute Spine Surgeons
Walking is good exercise and one of the most important things you can do for the health of your back and spine. It’s recommended that people over the age of 18 get at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each week to maintain health and reduce the risk of chronic health conditions...
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San Diego Spine Institute Spine Surgeons
Patient Stories Patient of Dr. Ramin Raiszadeh  As a patient of Dr. Raiszadeh having undergone spinal surgery to replace two disks, I have to commend  Dr. Raiszadeh and all his staff as I experienced almost no pain of the neck immediately after surgery and literally on my feet moving around, walking my dog and going...
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San Diego Spine Institute Spine Surgeons
AlloSource Announces First Patients Implanted With AlloWrap Amniotic Membrane In Clinical Study For Two-Level Anterior Cervical Discectomy And Fusion Procedures. Doctors Ramin Raiszadeh and Paul D. Kim are both participating in this study. There are an estimated 300,000 ACDF procedures performed annually in the United States.  Despite the overall positive outcomes of these procedures, one...
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San Diego Spine Institute Spine Surgeons
Patient Stories Patient of Dr. Paul D. Kim I am an active seventy-one-year young gal whose passions are gardening, walking, and cooking.
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How To Prevent Lower Back Pain While Gardening
It’s estimated that 120 million American homeowners gardened in 2020 with 50 percent hitting the soil for the first time in the past 12 months. While gardening is a relaxing hobby, a great workout, and a way to learn to grow your food, it’s also one of the top causes of back pain in people...
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Spine Care At Its BestRead the PDF At the Spine Institute of San Diego, advanced techniques in disc replacement surgery provide lasting relief and mobility for those suffering from neck and back pain. Some studies show that two out of three Americans may experience neck pain at least once during their life-time. Patient education, pain...
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It’s been advised to always have something fun on the books to look forward to.A vacation, a holiday – or, say, a new Sharp Hospital for Brain and Spine, which was overwhelmingly supported yesterday by Sharp’s Strategic Capital Committee. We held off on our CEO message last week to deliver the news once it was...
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Runners-Prevent-Lower-Back-Pain
Running is great exercise. It burns calories, keeps you fit, and releases endorphins to improve your focus and mood. When your back is healthy, running is enjoyable, but when you suffer from lower back pain, your ability to run is compromised and that can affect your mood and health. Common Causes of Lower Back Pain...
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