At Nebraska Spine Hospital, we focus on many factors to ensure we are providing the very best in spine patient care. We are proud to have earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Disease Specific Care for Spine Surgery Certification. This is an internationally known recognition showing that our facility and team meet The Joint Commission’s rigorous performance standards in delivering quality,
Spinal stenosis is a common condition that often affects those over the age of 50. This condition occurs when the spinal canal begins to narrow. While most don’t feel the canal begin to narrow, they later experience symptoms such as radiating pain, numbness, or weakness. These symptoms begin to arise as the nerves in your spine and your spinal cord become compressed.
Here at Nebraska Spine Hospital, we focus only on the spine to offer our patients unmatched expertise. From our surgeons to our nurses, everyone specializes in treating spine surgery patients.
Honing in on one specialty allows our team to provide a quality of care that simply can’t be found anywhere else in the area.
Osteoporosis is incredibly common with an estimated 10 million Americans living with the condition. Osteoporosis is a condition marked by low bone mass, which often leads to the weakening of your bones and an increased risk of fractures. Since it is considered a degenerative condition, it primarily affects people over the age of 50.
2020 has been a weird year, especially for travel. With COVID-19, many Americans have found their daily lives significantly impacted. After being cooped up at home, many are opting to take road trips this summer since air travel is riskier. According to the Expedia 2020 Summer Travel Report, about 85% of Americans plan to take a road trip this summer.
Did you know? Nebraska Spine Hospital is celebrating its 10th birthday this year! August 16, 2020 is exactly 10 years since the first surgery at Nebraska Spine Hospital. Since we’re unable to have an in-person celebration, we decided that sharing what our staff and patients have to say about Nebraska Spine Hospital is the next best way to celebrate.
If you have sciatica, your posture may be to blame for exacerbating the condition. Sciatica and your posture, especially while walking, are linked due to the alignment of the rest of your body and your sciatic nerve. Depending on your posture, various areas of your body can place stress on the nerve, causing pain.
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There’s never a better time than the present to improve your spine health. Regardless of your age, it’s never too late to begin preventative measures to keep your spine happy and healthy. Don’t fret, you don’t have to change your entire daily routine. Start by trying to incorporate one of the following tips. Once you’ve successfully made the tip into a habit,
We’re celebrating our nine year anniversary this month at Nebraska Spine Hospital. As many of you may know, the hospital was founded in 2010 by an incredible team of surgeons.
Every aspect of the hospital was carefully designed to focus exclusively on the diagnosis, treatment, and recovery of patients with conditions of the spine.
While the most common type of scoliosis occurs in adolescents, the risk of scoliosis doesn’t completely go away. Degenerative scoliosis occurs when there is significant degeneration of the facet joints and intervertebral discs in your spine. This degeneration happens over time and can begin as young as 40 but is most common in adults 65 and older.