Spine Procedures, Practices and News
November 13, 2012
More military veterans are now reporting back pain than in the past, among both front-line troops as well as other deployed personnel, according to a report published in the Journal Sentinel.
Published in Pain Management
October 24, 2012
The September issue of The Spine Journal is devoted to the casualties of war and reveals facts about the psychological and physical effects of war.
July 01, 2011
Richard A. Kaul, MD, founder of New Jersey Spine and Rehabilitation in Pomptom Lakes, recently launched a program called Project Backbone, which provides free consultation, pain management intervention and minimally invasive spine surgery to veterans of the recent military action in Iraq and Afghanistan. He discusses five points on treating military veterans.
June 23, 2011
Richard A. Kaul, MD, of New Jersey Spine and Rehabilitation, has begun Project Backbone, an initiative that will provide no cost back and spine care for veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a surgery center news release.