Back Issues – Ying Chen, D.O., F.A.C.O.S.

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There are many things that can lead to back issues. There could be just normal wear and tear of people that are athletic and very active.

Patients come in because of trauma, you know, the things that they do and they get involved in accidents and things.

But from a degenerative condition, it usually progresses over time. And so it’s more of a chronic problem that patients walk themselves into a spine surgeons clinic.

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