The latest spine news from Spine Vue and Dr. Jones-Quaidoo.

Dr. Sean M. Jones-Quaidoo is a board certified and fellowship trained orthopaedic spine surgeon that specializes in degenerative spinal disorders. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland in Biological Resources Engineering. He completed his medical degree at the University of California, Los Angeles. There he found a passion for orthopaedics and attended the University of Virginia for residency. He was then accepted into fellowship in spine surgery at the prestigious Norton Leatherman Spine Center in Louisville, Kentucky.

Is your computer mouse causing you upper back pain?

The hidden dangers of the office When most people think of repetitive stress injuries (RSI), they tend to think of injuries caused by high-impact activities or highly physical jobs. But contrary to that popular belief, office workers are at major risk for RSI due to the — you guessed it — the small repetitive motions…

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When it might be time for back surgery for degenerative disc disease

By the age of 40, pretty much everyone will have some degree of degeneration of the discs between their vertebrae. It’s a very common condition, and for many people, it does not cause pain or affect their day-to-day lives. However, for some people this degeneration will develop into degenerative disc disease which can cause pain…

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Cooler weather and chronic back pain

How the changing seasons could effect your chronic back pain Changing seasons or changes in weather is a frustrating topic when it comes to chronic pain. Chances are you’ve searched on the internet for articles or studies that back up your certainty that shifts in weather patterns affect your back pain or other types of…

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Unconventional tips for back surgery recovery

We understand how daunting it is to prepare for back surgery. After all, we’ve helped guide countless patients through everything from the most minimally invasive surgical procedures to major traditional back surgeries. Back surgery often means giving a patient a new lease on life, restoring mobility and improving quality of life. But that doesn’t mean…

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Dr. Jones-Quaidoo brings exceptional spine care to North Dallas servicing Collin County Communities of McKinney, Frisco, and Allen, TX.

Compassionate and Comprehensive Spine Care Dr. Sean M. Jones-Quaidoo has been providing care to back pain patients in the greater Dallas area for the last few years, and with the opening of his new office in Allen, TX he and his team at Spine Vue are bringing his trademark compassionate and…

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Preventing juvenile back pain in Allen, TX

Back to school might mean back to juvenile back pain for some children and adolescents in north Dallas As leading back and spine health specialists in north Dallas, Allen TX and Collin County, the team at Spine Vue hates to think of children suffering from any form of back pain. However, with back to school…

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Understanding different types of back pain

Not all back pain is created equal. However, while back pain varies widely from person to person, there are three general types of back pain. The type of back pain a person is dealing with can greatly inform the treatment process, so it’s important to know the differences. Here’s a rundown on the three different…

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Stretching to Relieve Back Pain: A Practical Guide

At this very moment, there are tens of millions of people wishing there were a magical cure for back pain. After all, back pain is the single leading cause of disability in the world, with experts estimating that upwards of 80% of the population will at one time or another experience back pain. Further, Americans…

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Four tips for preventing back pain

They say the best defense is a good offense, and that just so happens to be a good analogy for many things in life, including preventing back pain. Lower back pain is such a startlingly common occurrence that it’s a good idea for anyone – regardless of their history with or without back pain –…

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Sciatica: what to do when you think you have it

When you’re experiencing low back pain and leg pain any number of well-meaning friends, acquaintances or even internet searches may tell you the problem sounds like sciatica. And since sciatica is a condition characterized by pain that originates in the lower back and travels over the sciatic nerve and down the buttocks into the legs,…

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