Safety measures during Covid-19: at Instituto Clavel, we take care of each other

From the beginning of the pandemic, at Instituto Clavel we have been implementing the necessary safety measures to offer our services in a safe environment, protecting both our team and patients. Find out more.

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Foraminal stenosis: what it is, types, symptoms, and exercises

Generally, foraminal stenosis is a pathology that appears in adulthood, and in most cases the main cause is osteoarthritis of the spine and the intervertebral discs. We invite you to read this article to find out more about this condition. 

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What are the risks of a C6-C7 cervical hernia operation?

To discuss the risks that cervical hernia surgery may entail, it is necessary to take into account the technique to be used by surgeon and the circumstances of the specific patient. We’ve prepared the following article to answer any questions you may have about it.

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What is degenerative scoliosis and how can it be treated?

This type of deformity of the spine, also known as new onset scoliosis, is defined as a deviation of the spine resulting from the progressive degeneration of the spinal elements, and it usually appears in adulthood. We invite you to read this article to learn more about this condition.

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Neck pain: Types, treatments, and exercises to relieve it

Neck pain can be either acute or chronic, and the recommended treatment will depend on the kind you have. In the following article we offer more information and a simple guide to exercises that you can do at home to relieve neck pain.

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Josefita Noemí Mazariegos de Corzo after her surgeries: "I regained my freedom"

A fall can injure your spine and cause you discomfort sooner or later. This is precisely what happened to Noemí Corzo, a 73-year-old patient from Guatemala who came to Instituto Clavel after suffering a fall, in the hope of improving her condition and regaining her ability to move freely. Read her story below. 

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Symptoms and types of scoliosis in people over 50

Adults with scoliosis usually have no symptoms for most of their lives. When symptoms finally appear, it is because the curvature has increased or the adult suffers problems such as degeneration of the spinal discs. In this article, Instituto Clavel provides information about this condition in people over 50 years of age.

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