Throughout the month of June we have been supporting Scoliosis Awareness Month by featuring videos of Dr. Woodward and Dr. Fuller discussing different information about scoliosis. The videos are posted here and on our Youtube page.
The College World Series means a lot of things like Zesto’s, tailgating, home runs, and back pain from hours spent sitting in the bleachers. The awkward position of stadium seating with no back support and the knees above the hips can lead to a case of painful Bleacher Back.
If the school nurse or your child’s healthcare provider notices signs of scoliosis here are five things a parent should know about scoliosis:
Nebraska Spine Hospital is proud to support National Scoliosis Awareness Month. Now in its third year, National Scoliosis Awareness Month is observed in June to disseminate information about scoliosis and highlight the growing need for education, early detection and public awareness of the physical, emotional, and economic impact of the condition, and provide support and hope to all people affected by scoliosis.
The final surgeon in our video series is Dr. H. Randal Woodward. Dr. Woodward is the Chairman of the Nebraska Spine Hospital Board and a board certified and fellowship train orthopaedic spine surgeon.
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For sufferers of low back or neck pain, yoga may be one of the best medicines that can be prescribed. Studies show that people who practice yoga twice a week for 8 weeks make significant gains in strength, flexibility, and endurance.
Nebraska Spine Hospital is proud to announce the nomination of Robin Carlson, RN, Quality and Compliance Officer for the Nursing Achievement Award from the Alegent Creighton Health Center for Nursing. The award recognizes one nurse in the Alegent Creighton Health system that has made an outstanding contribution to the nursing profession.
Robin has had a positive impact on the practice of nursing over the course of her extensive career in bedside care,
In honor of Nurses Week we created this video where our surgeons recognize the excellent care our specialized nurses provide at Nebraska Spine Hospital.
Amanda Shelden Receives Positive Image of Nursing Award
We would like to congratulate Amanda Shelden, MSN MHA RN, for being named the Positive Image of Nursing Award recipient for Nebraska Spine Hospital. Amanda is the Team Lead for Consolidated Nursing at Nebraska Spine Hospital.
The Positive Image of Nursing Award is a recognition and award program facilitated by the Nebraska Nurses Association to commemorate National Nurses Week.
Nebraska Spine Hospital is proud to be recognized for a sustained commitment to reducing Healthcare Associated Infections by three healthcare quality organizations in Nebraska. The recognizing organizations are the Nebraska Association of Healthcare Associated Infection Prevention, the Quality Improvement Organization CMS, and CIMRO of Nebraska.
For the past three years NSH has voluntarily participated in this publicly reported program under the leadership of Jamie Eickman,