Revolutionizing Spine Care…Changing Lives

Dr. Kayanja

August 19, 2019 | Phillip Slaughter

Uganda Spine Surgery Mission 2019 – Day 6

Divide and Conquer! August 14, 2019 Day 6   Morning came way too soon for us this morning. As for my roommate Sherron and I, who slept straight through the alarm, the getting ready process was especially rushed! We were all downstairs by 7:00am for a quick but hearty breakfast…

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August 21, 2019 | Phillip Slaughter

Uganda Spine Surgery Mission 2019 – Day 7

Slow and Steady Wins the Race? August 15, 2019 Day 7   We are all starting to feel the long days and late nights catching up to us. Each day people wake up a tiny bit later, get ready a tiny bit quicker, eat a tiny bit faster. All to…

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August 22, 2019 | Phillip Slaughter

Uganda Spine Surgery Misison 2019 – Day 8

Wishful Thinking August 16, 2019 Day 8   Everyone needed an extra cup of coffee or tea (or both) this morning to get over our surgery-hangover from the night before. Unfortunately, little did we know, we probably should’ve had another one. Today was another doosey. We started the day as…

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September 3, 2020 | Phillip Slaughter

When Does Spine Deformity Require Surgery?

When Does Spine Deformity Require Surgery? Dr. Mark Kayanja, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute answers the question “When Does My Spinal Deformity Require a Surgeon?” Spinal deformity is an abnormal curvature of the spine. This can occur in the all regions of the spine, which include the cervical…

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