Paramus Daily Voice—September 13, 2016
According to Dr. Rawlins, "When the pain is severe and ongoing though, and nonsurgical treatments fail to provide relief, patients may decide to see a spine surgeon. The first step is to determine the precise cause of the pain, and this is critical for a good result. Patients should be prepared to provide a thorough medical history and a detailed description of the type of pain they are experiencing. X-rays and high quality MRIs provide more specific information and help pinpoint the cause of the pain."
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