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  • Canadian Spine Society – Newsletter – 2001 – Volume 2, Issue Number 1
    12 Number 1 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 4 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 1 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 4 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 3 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 2 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 1 Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 4 Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 3 Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 2 Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 1 Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 4 Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 2 Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 1 Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 3 Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 2 Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 1 Newsletter 2006 Volume 6 Number 3 Newsletter 2006 Volume 6 Number 2 Newsletter 2006 Volume 6 Number 1 Newsletter 2005 Volume 5 Number 1 Newsletter 2004 Volume 4 Number 1 Newsletter 2003 Volume 3 Issue Number 1 Newsletter 2002 Volume 2 Issue Number 1 Newsletter 2000 Volume 1 Issue Number 1 Recent Posts Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 2 Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 1 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 4 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Categories Newsletter 29 Uncategorized 1 About

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Newsletter – 2000 – Volume 1, Issue Number 1
    12 Number 1 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 4 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 1 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 4 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 3 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 2 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 1 Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 4 Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 3 Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 2 Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 1 Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 4 Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 2 Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 1 Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 3 Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 2 Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 1 Newsletter 2006 Volume 6 Number 3 Newsletter 2006 Volume 6 Number 2 Newsletter 2006 Volume 6 Number 1 Newsletter 2005 Volume 5 Number 1 Newsletter 2004 Volume 4 Number 1 Newsletter 2003 Volume 3 Issue Number 1 Newsletter 2002 Volume 2 Issue Number 1 Newsletter 2001 Volume 2 Issue Number 1 Recent Posts Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 2 Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 1 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 4 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Categories Newsletter 29 Uncategorized 1 About

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  • Canadian Spine Society – admin
    Number 4 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 4 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 4 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 3 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 3 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 2 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 2 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 1 Newsletter 2010 Volume 10 Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More 1 2 3 Next Recent Posts Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 2 Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 1 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 4 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Categories Newsletter 29 Uncategorized 1 About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Newsletter
    Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 1 Newsletter 2009 Volume 9 Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 4 Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 4 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 2 Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 2 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 1 Newsletter 2008 Volume 8 Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 3 Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 3 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 2 Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 2 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 1 Newsletter 2007 Volume 7 Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Previous 1 2 3 Next Recent Posts Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 2 Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 1 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 4 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Categories Newsletter 29 Uncategorized 1 About the

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Newsletter
    2006 Volume 6 Number 1 Newsletter 2006 Volume 6 Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2005 Volume 5 Number 1 Newsletter 2005 Volume 5 Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2004 Volume 4 Number 1 Newsletter 2004 Volume 4 Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2003 Volume 3 Issue Number 1 Newsletter 2003 Volume 3 Issue Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2002 Volume 2 Issue Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2001 Volume 2 Issue Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Newsletter 2000 Volume 1 Issue Number 1 Newsletter 2000 Volume 1 Issue Number 1 Read Now By admin Newsletter 0 Comments Read More Previous 1 2 3 Recent Posts Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 2 Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 1 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 4 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Categories Newsletter 29 Uncategorized 1 About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Newsletter – 2008 – Volume 8, Number 3
    Reddit Tumblr Tumblr Google 1 Google 1 Email Email Recent Posts Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 2 Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 1 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 4 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Categories Newsletter 29 Uncategorized 1 About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with a primary

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Patient Resources
    Contact Patient Resources Home Patient Resources Many who experience back pain are searching for answers and solutions While the information on this site will not cure you it will provide you with valuable insight into your pain the current procedures and what is happening in the field The Canadian Spine Society strives to answer your important questions and put your mind at ease We have got links to our partner sites where you can find information on a variety of back pain ailments and treatment options With our vast network of top Canadian medical leaders at our disposal we have the knowledge and education to get you on the right path to complete spine and back health Patient Questions Answers Resource Links Home Patient Resources Questions and Answers Resource Links Give to The Canadian Spine Research and Education Foundation About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with a primary interest in advancing excellence in spine patient care research and education Learn More Canadian Spine Society About The Canadian Spine Society Our Vision and Values President s Message CSS Executive Contact the Canadian Spine Society Professional Resources

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Questions and Answers
    for the legs Stenosis means constriction and if the tunnel in the low back is narrowed usually by an overgrowth of bone that accompanies aging the normal blood supply to the nerves heading to the legs is reduced This produces a condition called neurogenic claudication typified by an aching pain in the legs brought on by walking and relieved by sitting down Do I need to change my lifestyle to keep my back healthy In general your back is as healthy as you are As you age so does your back and most back pain is simply the result of the wear and tear of normal living All of us grow old at our own rate some are old before their time and some seem to be ageless The same is true for the spine You can t stop it from getting older but you can certainly keep it strong and healthy and largely pain free Smoking for example increases the risk of back pain Like all joints backs like to stay flexible and need support from the surrounding muscles so regular exercise and fitness are important Overloading the worn areas will make them hurt so good posture can greatly reduce back pain Keeping the natural balance between the curves in the neck mid back and low back should be part of everyone s lifestyle If I have surgery how long will it take for my back to heal That depends on exactly what is done One common operation for acute sciatica simply removes pressure on a nerve from a protruding disc This is often done as day surgery in a minimally invasive fashion without admitting the patient to hospital You will be up and moving the same day and depending on your job back at work the next Another operation more frequently performed in older patients enlarges the size of the spinal canal by removing boney growths that compress the nerves This can also be done through very small incisions but the surgery is more extensive and the recovery can take a few weeks Bigger operations such as correcting a serious spinal deformity may mean days or weeks in hospital wearing a back brace and a convalescence that can last for months Why does it take so long to see a spine surgeon Eight out of ten Canadians will have significant back pain Although only a small proportion of people with back problems need surgery there are still more patients needing an operation then the system can handle Health care systems across the country are trying to find better ways to direct patients to appropriate care and make better use a limited and very expensive resource There are real limitations on the number of spine surgeons and on the amount of available operating time Shortening wait times is a national priority Do I need surgery and what are the risks Very few back pain sufferers need surgery Most estimates put the number at about five in a hundred or

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