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Posted on March 29, 2016

For more than a year, Donna Barron’s back hurt, the kind of pain that keeps you up at night. Dr. Joel Norman diagnosed her with stenosis, a narrowing of the spaces in the spine because of arthritis and wear and tear on the disks. Using minimally invasive instruments and only five small incisions, Norman replaced Barron’s disk and secured the two surrounding vertebrae with bars, fusing them together so they can’t move.

Read the full story of how Dr. Joel Norman treated Donna Barron with minimally invasive surgery.

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