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Sit-Stand Desks…are they really better?

Sit-Stand Desks Good for the Mind. What About the Body? “Sit-stand” desks can get office workers on their feet more often — and improve their well-being along the way, a new study suggests. Researchers found that when they swapped out [...]

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Deborah Martinez

  Deborah Martinez was simply going about her day at work in the Graduate Department at UGA when she began having a stroke while talking with a colleague. She shares her story of how our own Dr. Woodall used an innovative [...]

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Exercise and the Blues

Abandoning Your Workouts May Bring on the Blues Before you give up on your exercise program, know that new research suggests the decision may put more than your fitness at risk. It might also make you vulnerable to depression, according [...]

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Chores and Exercise

Turn Chores Into a Fitness Routine Is the “e” word — exercise — a downer for you? If so, you need look no further than everyday chores to find new ways to ramp up your workout level and burn more calories. Remember, [...]

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First Mechanical Thrombectomy Performed in Athens

On March 13, Dr. Neil Woodall of Georgia Neurological Surgery and Comprehensive Spine performed the first mechanical thrombectomy to ever be performed in Athens. Mechanical thrombectomy is a rapid, minimally invasive treatment for patients suffering from stroke. Up to 1/3 [...]

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Welcome Dr. Woodall

Georgia Neurological Surgery and Comprehensive Spine welcomes home Dr. Neil Woodall, UGA alum and neurosurgeon. Learn more about what brought him back to Athens. [...]

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Spinal Surgery and Your Career

Spine surgery can be daunting. But more often than not, patients can walk out of the surgery center or the hospital already feeling relief. And the relief continues to grow, meaning a full recovery and return to work are possible. [...]

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Getting Back to You

Having back surgery is a lot like being pregnant – everyone wants to tell you about the experience.  From horror stories to life-changing results, anyone who has been through a neurological procedure wants to tell you about it. So what’s [...]

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Summer’s Back-Take Care of Yours

With summer in full swing, there’s plenty of time to enjoy the outdoors. Of course, you’ll want your yard in top shape, but not at the expense of your back. Gardening and yardwork don’t have to be painful. Follow these [...]

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