Various patients and colleagues have shared their experiences with Dr. Regan, highlighting the care Dr. John Regan provides to patients throughout the country.
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Sandy sufferred from scoliosis related back and leg pain. Thanks to John Regan and Spine Group Beverly Hills, Sandy is pain free and back to his favorite activities.
Miami doctor back to active lifestyle after unique minimally invasive spine surgery
Dr. Mitchell Brooks, an orthopedic surgeon in Plano, Texas talks about his experience with Dr. John Regan.
Denver executive back to yoga after complex spine surgery
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Patrick - Successful Harvard graduate & MBA back to life with surgery to correct his spinal curve
Click here to read about Patrick's successful return to active lifestyle after Dr. John Regan performed a less invasive scoliosis surgery to correct his spinal curve.
Today, Bill is back to running. Dr. Regan performed a cervical artificial disc replacement surgery to relieve pain & allow him to retain neck mobility.
Click here to read about John's successful return to active lifestyle without pain after Dr. John Regan performed the Mobi-C artificial disc replacement.
John - Retired auction house exec back in action after surgery for spine tumors
Click here to read about John's successful recovery from complex spine surgery to remove spinal tumors performed by Dr. John Regan.
Alex - Miami doctor back to active lifestyle after unique minimally invasive spine surgery
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Carylyn - Denver executive back to yoga after complex spine surgery
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LOS ANGELES (Ivanhoe Newswire) — Degenerative disc disease is a painful and debilitating condition. The discs in the spinal column begin to erode. Fusion is one option but that leaves patients with less mobility. Now, a new procedure offers a better way, and it is entirely artificial.
Karl Nusch's life as a triathlete came to an abrupt halt two years ago. It happened during training for a triathlon. He says, "I started feeling the pain in my lower back going down into my buttocks and into my left leg." Nusch had degenerative disc disease. The lower part of his spinal cord was decaying. Spinal fusion was an option, but...
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Russ Rice's back pain was so intense he could hardly walk. Two surgeries had failed to offer lasting help for his damaged spinal disc, and only large doses of painkillers got him through each day.
Then, as part of a study, doctors implanted an artificial disc in Rice's back. Just four days later, the California man returned to work, pain-free for the first time in over a year.
More about Rice's story is available to view online at the CBS News website. Click here to view the article in its entirety.