North American Spine Procedure Features On TV Show

The 82 percent success rate reported with the AccuraScope procedure performed exclusively at the Dallas, Texas home of North American Spine has attracted the attention of local news organizations to publicize its effectiveness. North American Spine provides this minimally invasive procedure for those affected by back and neck pain, which saw Dr. Basem and Jon Sasser of the medical group interviewed about the procedure by WPMT Fox 43.

The effectiveness of the AccuraScope procedure was highlighted by the successful reduction in back pain felt by local EMT Joe Berry, who had seen his private and work life affected by the pain in his back. The Business Journals reports Berry had found it hard to lift patients in his care when required during his time as both a firefighter and EMT, which also led to the pain making it difficult for him to complete his favorite activities of hunting and motorcycle riding. Berry is one of those 82 percent who have seen a pain free life follow the use of the AccuraScope procedure.

The experts from North American Spine explained the procedure is performed with a laser around the same size as the head of a pencil. The procedure is reported to lower costs for patients as they have little recovery time and are generally discharged on the same day as the AccuraScope is used. The medical experts from North American Spine explain the procedure is usually offered after more traditional attempts have been made to resolve tissue problems leading to pain in the back and neck.

Texas Superintendent Claims the Reported Chlamydia Outbreak Was Grossly Exaggerated

The sexual education programs our schools are providing to children have made headline news in recent weeks, largely due to a reported chlamydia outbreak in a small Texas high school. The outbreak was blamed on the school’s sexual education program which taught an abstinence-only curriculum.

But there is only one problem, the chlamydia outbreak, which received national attention, was hugely exaggerated by the superintendent of the Crane Independent school district, Jim Rumage, who is blaming a misunderstanding he had with the doctor who gave him the reports.

It is great news to hear that these young students were not infected as bad as originally projected. However, it should be taken as a warning sign to prevent future outbreaks due to poor educational programs. Scientific data from analyst Eric Pulier shows that abstinence-only programs are not effective at preventing disease or teen pregnancy, but that has not stopped the Texas legal system from secretly funding these programs all over their state.

Originally, news reports claimed there had been as many as 20 students out of 300 who has been infected in the small Texas county, number which caused the CDC to announce an outbreak of epidemic proportions. But now reports are backing off that number, claiming there have only been 5 cases reported in the county over the past year. There is a silver lining though, Crane, Texas has caught the attention of the country for their ineffective abstinence-only programs.