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Spinal Discs 101

It doesn’t matter how you do it — whether a bad fall while up skiing at Mad River or if you helped your brother move a sofa and bent just the wrong way — a herniated disc can create pain moving forward that can be hard to calm down. Our expert team at Coastal Spine […]


About that Standing Desk You’re Lobbying For

Although this was quite a year for the office, whether that office was in New Jersey or New Zealand, it’s probably safe to assume most of the offices around the world will be returning to normal occupancy in the coming year. After all, how would all of those middle managers out there make a living […]


Good and Bad Exercises for Back Pain

If you have a spine and you’re standing upright on two feet all day, you’re going to have back pain at some point in your life. That’s about as guaranteed as the sun coming up every day, or some lunkhead cutting you off on the Turnpike. So, what should you do about it? Rest, of […]


What is a Laminectomy?

The lamina is the back part of a vertebra that covers your spinal canal. When a person has osteoarthritis, the persistent inflammation in the facet joints can create bone spurs on the lamina. These then press on the spinal cord or nerve roots exiting the spinal cord. At Coastal Spine, our three board-certified spine surgeons, […]


That Line of Thinking Could be Hurting Your Back

When it comes to human health, back pain is just about universal — sooner or later over 80 percent of us will have back pain. Who said becoming homo sapiens and getting up off our arms and onto two feet was a good idea? At our four Coastal Spine locations, we see all sorts of […]


Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

At Coastal Spine we’re using more and more minimally invasive spine surgery for our patients. This method of surgery involves smaller incisions, which reduces the tissue damage beneath the skin, without reducing the quality of the end result in any way. What is minimally invasive spine surgery? In minimally invasive surgery, our team typically uses […]


What is a Microdiscectomy?

When a patient has a herniated disc that is pressing on a nearby nerve root, the pain can be chronic and radiate down into the legs. If the disc herniation has continued for some time, the patient may even have numbness, weakness, or other neurological symptoms in the leg and foot. At Coastal Spine, our […]


Can You Really Pinch a Nerve?

We’ve all heard a friend or co-worker talk about sleeping wrong and “pinching” a nerve in their neck. Can you really do this, or is it something else? You can pinch a nerve. The human body has nerves extending from the brain and spinal cord outward. Those beyond the brain and spinal cord are known […]


What is Spinal Osteoarthritis?

Just about all of us over the age of 45 or 50 have arthritis. You read that right, but it’s not the type you think of where a person’s joints become so painful it’s hard to function. The immune system mistakenly starts attacking your own joints. That’s rheumatoid arthritis. No, for most all of us […]


How’s Your Neck Feel?

After one of our famed New Jersey ice storms, at Coastal Spine we often see a rash of neck injuries as people slip and fall on the sidewalk or get in accidents on roads that have morphed into ice rinks. The most well-known neck injury is whiplash, which takes its name from the whip. The […]


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