When faced with disorders of the brain or spine that might require surgical intervention, a multitude of concerns and feelings arise.
"What exactly is the problem?" is the first question that always needs a thoughtful answer. Will surgery resolve the problem? Will the surgery leave me better or worse? How do I know which surgeon to trust with my well being?
These are all common and highly appropriate questions.
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