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Spinal Care / Treatment

Spine conditions may be treated with both surgical and nonsurgical methods. Dr. Gleiber discusses common treatments and surgical procedures for spinal conditions and sets the record straight on common misconceptions about spinal care and treatment.

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Recent Posts

Does Cryotherapy Really Work?

Cryotherapy has been used by athletes for years, but lately it has been increasing in popularity for non-athletes, as well. Non-athletes can now do cryotherapy in some doctors’ offices, gyms, and spas. There are even businesses popping up all over the country that specialize in cryotherapy. During a cryotherapy treatment, the body is exposed to…

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Dr. Michael A. Gleiber

Traditionally, spine surgery has been an open procedure–the surgeon makes a long incision and moves the back muscles to the side to access the spine. Moving or retracting the back muscles can cause additional back pain after surgery, and the recovery time can be rather lengthy. Advances in surgical techniques have paved the way for…