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Staying Connected While Maintaining Social Distance

he length of time that social distance is recommended for becomes longer and longer, it’s natural to begin feeling disconnected, lonely, and maybe even anxious. Without your usual support systems and routines, you can lose your bearings and begin to feel a bit helpless, especially in the face of all this information regarding coronavirus. Finding ways to stay occupied and stay connected with friends and family can help a great deal in easing these feelings and adding some normalcy to an unprecedented time. Fortunately, you have a number of options for staying connected.

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All You Need To Know About The Coronavirus

Facts About Coronavirus In any situation of a serious health concern, it’s important to separate facts from sensationalism. It’s incredibly easy for misinformation to spread and to be considered fact, so we wanted to take a moment to discuss the facts about coronavirus, how you can protect yourself, and what we can all do to protect others. What is Coronavirus? Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is a new coronavirus with symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath. It is being called COVID-19 because the official name for the disease is coronavirus disease 2019, with “CO” standing for corona, “VI” for virus,

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Dr. Pauza Featured in Spotlight Q&A for Becker’s Spine Review

Dr. Pauza Featured in Spotlight Q&A for Becker’s Spine Review Dr. Kevin Pauza was recently interviewed by Alan Condon of Becker’s Spine Review on the latest advancements in spine medicine and what treatments he believes are the future of the field.  In the interview, Dr. Pauza discusses his thoughts and experience with biologics for the spine, why he believes patients and payers are gravitating toward regenerative medicine rather than surgery, and his evaluation of new regenerative technologies. Dr. Pauza also describes his current research into other manners of using fibrin in the treatment of degenerated and herniated discs, as well

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A LESSON LEARNED FROM THE LATE DR. DEBAKEY: THE GREATEST INNOVATORS SHOULD EXPECT THE MOST RIDICULE.

By Carrie Aurelius Wright/September 18,2019 As you probably know, the “renegade” Physician, pioneer, and father of open-heart surgery was the late Dr. Michael DeBakey. His innovations saved many lives, and his legacy should motivate us wanting to help others, and wanting to cause real disruption to improve the “Standard of Care.” Along his pathway, DeBakey encountered naysayers, both Physicians and bureaucrats, who found comfort in the old “Standard of Care.” DeBakey’s pathway teaches us that innovators making the greatest “disruptions” should also expect the greatest roadblocks and ridicule. Something ironic: DeBakey’s naysayers included competing Physicians and bureaucrats, as expected, yet

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Staying Connected While Maintaining Social Distance

he length of time that social distance is recommended for becomes longer and longer, it’s natural to begin feeling disconnected, lonely, and maybe even anxious. Without your usual support systems and routines, you can lose your bearings and begin to feel a bit helpless, especially in the face of all this information regarding coronavirus. Finding ways to stay occupied and stay connected with friends and family can help a great deal in easing these feelings and adding some normalcy to an unprecedented time. Fortunately, you have a number of options for staying connected.

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