Today we were delighted to see Dr. Basem Abdelfattah and his patient, Alton Maiden, sit down with Carrie McClure on Good Morning Texas, the morning talk show watched by tens of thousands of Texans every weekday.
North American Spine was featured on WFAA TV talking about the benefits of its quick-recovery spine procedure. See how it helped one man get his life and career back on track, and how it can help you.
WFAA-TV Channel 8’s Good Morning Texas, a popular weekday morning show in Dallas-Fort Worth, featured a segment on their minimally invasive procedure on February 6, 2013. The ABC affiliate interviewed a patient of North American Spine, who talked about his personal experience with this “life-changing” procedure.
Canadians are flocking to the U.S. for treatment of their back pain, and they’re turning to North American Spine for help.
It’s a phenomenon that was showcased in Metro News, the largest newspaper in Canada. See why it’s become such a popular trend.
Daily activities such as vacuuming, cooking and yard work had become incredibly painful for Amy Pigeon. Her neck pain was constant. When anti-inflammatory medications and pain injections were no longer working to help manage the pain, invasive traditional neck surgery seemed to be the only option. Fortunately, the minimally-invasive procedure performed by Dr. Louis Saeger, North American Spine partner physician, provided the pain relief Amy sought for years. Minneapolis’ CTN News Channel 5 shared her story on June 11, 2014.
The minimally-invasive procedure to treat a patient’s chronic back pain is luring Canadians to Phoenix, Arizona for pain relief. In Canada, there are no procedures as minimally invasive as the procedure, so Canadians often turn to physicians in the States for help. In an interview with KPHO Channel 5 CBS News Phoenix on June 14, 2014, North American Spine partner physician Dr. Abram Burgher of the Freedom Pain Hospital in Scottsdale, Arizona discussed the procedure and what sets it apart from traditional open back surgery. Canadian patient Basil Haydon was also interviewed.
The research was encouraging: replacing classroom chairs with exercise balls helps improve students’ attention spans, improving grades along with posture. Bransford Elementary School teachers in Colleyville, Texas, a Fort Worth suburb, realized the impact “new” chairs could make, and pursued grant funding to purchase stability balls for their second graders. When their efforts were unsuccessful, North American Spine stepped in to donate 25 stability balls. This progressive approach to learning was featured in a story in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram on May 28, 2014.
Kelly K. enjoyed dancing, kick boxing and climbing rock walls until a serious accident changed everything. Her back and neck injuries left her unable to get out of bed or even dress herself without help. Today “I have my life back,” Kelly said, sharing her story on the Discovery Channel’s Profile Series in August 2012. She discussed how the minimally-invasive procedure helped her regain her mobility and confidence.
North American Spine partner physician Dr. Damon Noto discussed the minimally-invasive procedure to treat back pain in November 2012 on News 12 New Jersey’s To Your Health daytime television show. He described the procedure, and Sam B., a patient seeking relief from pain caused by a herniated disc, recounted how the North American Spine procedure successfully resolved his pain. Dr. Noto is treating patients at the Hackensack Surgery Center.
The nationally syndicated TV show “The Doctors” highlighted the procedure in December 2013, interviewing North American Spine partner physician Dr. Kelly Will. The segment aired in several cities in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Canada, and featured a young mother who battled chronic back pain for years.
In honor of Yoga Recess Day, North American Spine donated 50 yoga mats to a Dallas elementary school. The goal was to teach young children the health benefits of yoga in hopes of them avoiding back problems later in life.