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What is Multiple Sclerosis? Jul 21st, 2021

Multiple sclerosis: what is it, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment?   Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a brain and spinal cord immune-mediated, inflammatory, neurodegenerative disease in which the immune system attacks the myelin that coats nerve fibers in the central nervous system. MS is the most frequent demyelinating disorder and a key...

THE IMPORTANCE OF SPINAL HEALTH Jun 30th, 2021

THE IMPORTANCE OF SPINAL HEALTH Most people are interested in preserving a healthy body free of diseases because it ensures them a comfortable, pain-free life. Because of the importance of the backbone and its impact on human life, it is important to keep it intact. The most important functions of...

Can Back Pain Cause Insomnia? May 28th, 2021

Can Back Pain Cause Insomnia? The spine is a crucial component of human wellbeing. Any condition or illness affecting the back has a significant impact on a person's everyday life. Chronic low back pain is associated with many aspects of a poor quality of life. In this article, we'll address...

IS YOUR COMPUTER CAUSING BACK PROBLEMS? May 11th, 2021

IS YOUR COMPUTER CAUSING BACK PROBLEMS?   Computers have become an important part of our everyday lives as a result of technological advances. We've become so reliant on this machine that we can't imagine our lives without it. Despite its many benefits, sitting glued to a screen has numerous drawbacks,...

FIVE THINGS YOU MAY NOT HAVE KNOWN ABOUT SPINAL SURGERY RECOVERY Apr 30th, 2021

Recovery means that you will have to find another way to do your daily activities until your doctor gives you the green light to go ahead and resume your normal routine. After spinal surgery, there are some tips the doctor recommends trying to reduce complications and symptoms after surgery, as...

Weightlifting and Your Back Apr 12th, 2021

Weightlifting and Your Back   Weightlifting is a common type of exercises that improves strength and size of the skeletal muscles, your back one of them. Although bodybuilding has many potential health benefits for the spine, it also has potential to create or aggravate back injuries. In this article, we...

When is Spine Surgery the Next Right Step? Mar 24th, 2021

When is Spine Surgery the Next Right Step?   Spinal problems are one of the most frequent diseases that affect people all over the world. For example, back pain occurs at least once in approximately 85% of people. Although most of these diseases are treated conservatively, in some cases we...

What is Chronic Pain? Nov 25th, 2020

Pain is your body’s way of alerting you to an ongoing injury somewhere in your body. Sudden onset pain comes in the stead of an acute injury. Chronic pain is, however, another story altogether. This article talks in detail about chronic pain. Read on!So what is chronic pain?Chronic pain is...

Treating a Pinched Nerve Oct 28th, 2020

Ever felt as if a part of your body like your arm, leg, fingers or toes etc.is “tingling” or has simply “fallen asleep”? Well, you might have fallen victim to a “pinched nerve” or a compressed nerve. Let’s talk in detail about what a pinched nerve is and how to...

Osteopenia: When you have weak bones, but not Osteoporosis Sep 24th, 2020

Although it sounds the same as osteoporosis, the two are not the same. This article will talk in-depth about osteopenia and how it is different from osteoporosis. Osteopenia: When you have weak bones, but not Osteoporosis So what is the difference between Osteopenia and Osteoporosis?Both osteopenia and osteoporosis refer to...

4 Common Symptoms of a Herniated Disk Sep 17th, 2020

A herniated disc refers to the slippage of the disc that cushions the adjacent bones of the spine. It is a very common problem worldwide. It usually affects people in their third to fifth decade of life More males than females suffer the debilitating symptom of a herniated disc1. Let’s...

Back pain myths Sep 4th, 2020

“If I go to a neurosurgeon for my back pain, he will recommend nothing but surgery.” This is nothing but a myth. “If I have back pain, I should rest my back as much as I can.” Again, a myth. There are plenty of myths floating around that tarnish our...

7 Great Foods for Improved Brain Health Aug 20th, 2020

Attaining super brain powers is a myth. There is no single pill that can enhance your brain power. However, Nature has bestowed different food substances with the ability to keep your brain sharp and prevent cognitive decline as you age. Let’s talk about 7 simple foods that you can easily...

How to Know When It’s Time for Spine Surgery Aug 13th, 2020

Spine problems can severely affect the quality of life. Most people opt for conservative treatment options to avoid going under the knife. Fear factor plays a pivotal role in why people avoid surgery.In some cases, however, despite utilizing every known medication and remedial measure, the signs and symptoms persist. Surgery...

5 Exercises for Back Pain Aug 5th, 2020

With your back all stiff and aching, you might want to crawl into your bed and never leave its comfort again. Dragging yourself out of the bed and exercising will be the last thing on your mind if you are afflicted with back pain due to any reason.We assure you...

Dr. Baig featured in reviewit Magazine May 7th, 2018

Dr. Baig was just featured in reviewit Magazine, below is the featured story! Positive OutcomesCreating comprehensive personalized treatment regimes for pain. Over the course of our lives, almost 80% of Americans will be affected by back-related pain. The common misconception that there is no good solution to chronic back and...

Potential Contribution of DR2a to Multiple Sclerosis May 6th, 2018

Our objective was to assess the potential contribution of DR2a to disease etiology in MS using a humanized model of autoimmunity. Myelin Basic Protein-Specific TCR/HLA-DRB5*01:01 Transgenic Mice Support the Etiologic Role of DRB5*01:01 in Multiple Sclerosis Jacqueline A. Quandt *, 1, Jaebong Huh *, Mirza Baig *, Karen Yao *, Naoko Ito †, Mark Bryant ‡, Kazuyuki...