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What You Need To Know About Bloodless Spine Surgery

By on November 14th, 2017 in Uncategorized

While it’s not the most practiced, bloodless surgery is certainly growing in popularity for the non-invasive design when it comes to blood transfusions. It’s becoming more popular among non-religious communities as well. Doctors are also exhibiting interest in performing bloodless spine surgery NYC based or otherwise for the numerous benefits it has. Increased Survival Rate […]

Advantages of Bloodless Spine Surgery NYC

By on October 31st, 2017 in Uncategorized

It’s a term that few hear, and strikes many as an odd way to approach surgery. When you need spine surgery NYC surgeons have the perfect solution—bloodless spine surgery. The term refers to any surgical procedure that doesn’t predominately invasive means. It’s not plausible to expect a surgery to commence 100% without any blood loss, […]

Top 3 Post Surgery Tips From Your Spine Surgeons In New York

By on October 15th, 2017 in Uncategorized

Invasive or bloodless, spine surgery takes its toll on you. As the column on which we all lean, our spine can’t seem to get a break, even when we’re relaxing in post-op conditions. You’re always using it, so you should take the absolute best care possible to ensure you don’t undo any of the positive […]

How a Top New York Spinal Surgeon Can Help Diagnose a Spinal Fracture & Help You Heal

By on October 4th, 2017 in Uncategorized

Spinal fractures are serious, and should never be left untreated or unattended. Utilizing top-grade x-ray machinery and methods, Dr. Brisson will determine your specific type of fracture, and suggest a course of action. Different diagnostic tools will be used for different types of fractures, such as: Spinal X-Ray: This will determine if a vertebra has […]

Tips for Treating a Herniated Disc from an Expert Manhattan Spinal Surgeon

By on August 23rd, 2017 in blog

A herniated disc, sometimes known as a slipped disc or a ruptured disc, occurs when one of the cushioning pads between the vertebrae slips out of place and presses on nerves surrounding the area. While this sounds extremely serious, herniated discs are actually a relatively common spine condition and are usually caused by overuse or […]