F YMonth: June 21, 2018

4 Questions to Ask If You’ve Been Diagnosed with Tarlov Cysts

Tarlov cysts were first discovered and named in 1938. Approximately 5 – 9 percent of our US population is diagnosed with Tarlov cysts by MRI imaging of the spine. Tarlov (meningeal) cysts may or may not cause symptoms right away. Whether you have physical symptoms or not, you may want to become more informed by […]

Low Back Pain? It Might Be Tarlov Cysts!

Symptomatic Tarlov cysts (sacral meningeal cysts) are a rare cause of low back pain. However, it is possible. In the US, there is a small percentage of patients with low back pain whose MRI imaging study results showed the presence of Tarlov cysts in the sacral nerve roots. So, What Are Tarlov Cysts? Tarlov cysts […]

Tarlov Cyst Disease: What are Tarlov Cysts & What are Tarlov Cyst Treatments?

Tarlov cysts, also referred to as perineural or sacral nerve root cysts, are cerebrospinal-fluid filled sacs that occur as dilatations of nerve root sheaths at the dorsal root ganglion. They commonly occur at the sacral spine especially around S1, S3. However, they can occur at any level of the spine. In fact, approximately 11% of […]

How to Combat Allergies in Dallas

Did you know that more than 50 million Americans suffer from nasal allergies? Allergies are a common condition. They are triggered by allergens that invade the mucosal surfaces in our noses. Our bodies then mount immune responses that result in characteristically uncomfortable symptoms of itchiness and sneezing. Most people associate allergies with spring and summer. […]

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