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Lower Back Surgery

There are many types of back surgery technics, but they aren’t equally effective for everyone. Spinal fusion is the most common surgery for back pain. Benefits of back surgeries are increased activity, better physical fitness, and ability to go back to work. There are several types of back surgery. Some, like a discectomy, can help people who have severe symptoms. A comprehensive rehabilitation program is very important after most back surgery. As you regain flexibility, recondition your back and stomach muscles, and increase your endurance for activity, you increase your chances of treatment success. There are a wide variety of possible exercises to achieve the desired results, and it is important to choose exercises that are safe and well tolerated by the patient so that they will be done on a regular basis.

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