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Is Spinal Fusion bad?

Simply put, a spine fusion is where the body attempts to grow new bone in an area that had no prior bone. Surgeons typically perform fusion surgery for instability of the spine, fractures, tumors, infections, painful discs. Cages (spacers), screws, … Continue reading

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Spinal Fusion Surgery – Imperfect, But Often Necessary

Paul Saiz, MD, owns Las Cruces Orthopedic Associates in New Mexico. In addition to his roles as board member and treasurer for the medical practice, Paul Saiz, MD, treats patients as a surgeon specializing in spinal operations and fusion procedures. … Continue reading

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Paul Saiz, MD: Spine Surgery

A board-certified orthopaedic spine surgeon; Paul Saiz, MD, has more than decade of surgical experience. His specialties include diseases, disorders, and trauma of the neck and spine. Dr. Saiz currently practices at Las Cruces Orthopaedic Associates in Las Cruces, New … Continue reading

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