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Considering Spine Surgery? Ask These Questions First

While looking through my email, I came upon an article title “40 questions to ask your surgeon before you have spine surgery” and often get asked many of the same questions.

I encourage patients to ask and seek out as much information before any type of surgery whether it be spine surgery, joint replacement surgery, hand surgery, etc. so that they are aware of everything going on from start to finish.

Although this article highlights 40 Questions to ask your surgeon, it ultimately will benefit your current medical condition and outcomes for the procedure. Just remember to “Do Your Due Diligence”

40 Questions To Ask Your Surgeon Before Your Back Surgery

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