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Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction FAQ – Part III

Mark W. McFarland, DO       This is part three of a three-part FAQ providing detailed information on sacroiliac joint dysfunction which answers frequently asked questions about this condition, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, available treatment options and what you

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Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction FAQ – Part II

Mark W. McFarland, DO This is part two of a three-part FAQ providing detailed information on sacroiliac joint dysfunction which answers frequently asked questions about this condition, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis and available treatments. What are the symptoms of Sacroiliac

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Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction FAQ

Mark W. McFarland, DO This three-part FAQ will provide detailed information on sacroiliac joint dysfunction and answer frequently asked questions about this condition, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis and available treatments. Where are the Sacroiliac joints? If you look at the

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The Stages of Bone Healing After a Fracture

  Mark W. McFarland, DO Bone fractures are a common form of skeletal injury that affect individuals of all ages which undergo a complex and coordinated process of healing. This article provides a comprehensive review of the stages of human

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Lumbar Laminectomy

Mark W. McFarland, DO A big part of my job as a Spine Surgeon is discerning how much surgery is needed to achieve the goal of pain relief and decompression of spinal nerves from structural spinal issues. The nerve compression

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Kyphosis FAQs

Mark W. McFarland, DO Doesn’t everyone have curves in their spine? Absolutely.  A normal spine has several shallow alternating curves, which helps it to balance the weight of the head, and evenly distribute the weight of the body in alignment from

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