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Revolutionary Degenerative Disc Disease Treatment in Texas Offered by Renowned Neurosurgeon

(MENAFN- MarketersMEDIA) In one of Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas' latest articles, Head Neurosurgeon Dr. Scott Kutz discussed in-depth the benefits of MIS procedures for degenerative disc disease treatment.
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Plano, United States - January 23, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ — Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas, one of the leading providers of minimally invasive surgery in Texas, recently published an article that is designed to help inform back surgery patients about the benefits of MIS procedures.

The article can be viewed here .

The article started off by acknowledging the possibility of preventing degenerative disc diseases before even needing surgery.

According to the article:
'As you grow older, your bones become brittle. Your spinal discs will become thinner and weaker as well. There's nothing you can do to stop these. However, you can prevent the early onset of degenerative disc diseases.'

It goes on to list age, obesity, and improper lifting posture as the main culprits behind degenerative disc diseases.

The company released the statement, 'By living a healthy lifestyle and avoiding needless effort when working, back pain due to degenerative disc disease can be avoided.'

Information about the signs and symptoms of degenerative disc disease was also noted. Most of these symptoms are common throughout other back pain problems, so thorough examination is advised.

Under the subheading 'Signs and Symptoms', the management noted:
'Backache is a common symptom of disc disease. In many cases, the pain is isolated or intensified on the lower back. The neck area is also prone to disc-related pain. The discomfort could extend to your legs as well. After all, your lower limbs will carry more weight as your back can't provide proper support.

It's also possible that you'll experience numbness on your back. This is one of the symptoms of spinal stenosis. The said condition is characterized by having narrower spaces between the discs.'

After listing several other remedies for degenerative disc disease, the article ultimately ends by promoting minimally invasive procedures that have higher success rates.

Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) is a form of treatment that removes the need for long incisions that can otherwise damage muscle tissue leading to long recovery times.

Head Neurosurgeon of Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas, Dr. Scott Kutz, has been providing quality MIS treatments to patients in the Dallas area.

For more information about his services and his team, contact Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas at (972) 244-3491 or visit their website at MinimallyInvasiveNeurosurgeryTexas.Com.

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Name: Dr. Scott C. Kutz
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Organization: Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas
Address: 5425 W Spring Creek Pkwy Suite 133, Plano, TX 75024
Phone: (972) 244-3491

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