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Back and Neck Pain: When Non-Surgical Treatment Doesn’t Work For You

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Back and neck pain can impact your ability to perform everyday tasks. If you have not gained pain relief after trying non-surgical options such as medication, cortisone shots, or physical therapy, listen to our spine surgeons Drs. Nicholas Theodore and Khaled Kebaish, to hear about options that can help you find a solution. 
 

Seasonal Running and Injury Prevention

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Every year, about half of all runners will experience an injury. Overuse is one common cause, but other injuries can be traced to form or to “pushing limits” when in pain. Watch as James Ficke, M.D., chief of orthopedic surgery, and physical therapist Ken Johnson, who specializes in running, explain smart preventive measures to take to avoid the most common running injuries.

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Treatment of Soft tissue and Bone Sarcomas

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Johns Hopkins surgeons Nita Ahuja and Carol Morris discuss the management of sarcomas, a rare type of cancer that develops from certain tissues, like bone or muscle, and occurs in both children and adults. When treating sarcomas, it is important that patients and their families have access to specialized, multidisciplinary teams with experience in these cancers. 

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Dance Injuries: Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention

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Johns Hopkins orthopedist Raj Deu, M.D. and physical therapists Andrea Lasner and Amanda Greene discuss dancing injuries, treatments and the preventative measures dancers can take to stay at the top of their performance.

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Treatments for Scoliosis and Spinal Deformity

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Johns Hopkins spine orthopedist Brian Neuman, M.D. discusses the adolescent nature of scoliosis along with the progression of adult spinal deformity.

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In for the Long Run? Medical Considerations for a Lifetime of Running

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Join Dr. Sameer Dixit, sports medicine expert in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, as he discusses the most common running injuries, how they can be prevented and how they are treated in this online webinar.

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