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South Palm Orthospine Institute: World Renowned Spine Specialist and Medical Author, Dr. Stewart G. Eidelson Announces New Additions, Blogs & Twitter !
Date:8/24/2009



DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Aug. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- South Floridians are still celebrating the success of the long awaited and much needed South Palm Orthospine Institute.

South Palm Orthospine is pleased to announce the addition of Neurologist, Dr. Hildegarde Geisse, fellowship trained in Neurophysiology and specializing in nerve studies and Jacqueline Uriostegui, Founder/President of Uglow Medical specializing in Wellness.

Open now more then two years, The South Palm Orthospine Institute is a state of the art, all inclusive facility specializing in world class patient care in treating spinal stenosis.

Walking into the Delray Beach Office (additional locations in Boca Raton and Boynton Beach), you can't help but to feel the breath of fresh air this facility has to offer. Beautifully decorated large waiting area, Helpful staff members, all obviously trained in their field, various other physicians each with their own role in encompassing every area in the treatment of spinal stenosis.

Flat screen HD Televisions are provided in every room throughout the facility where patients find comfort in watching interviews of staff members and various physicians describing who they are and their specific role at this facility. Dr. Stewart Eidelson delivers a welcoming message describing in detail what South Palm Orthospine Institute has to offer and what to expect during a visit.
Local patients can also be seen discussing various treatments they have received and how they are coming along.

Spinal Stenosis affects nearly 50% of the population by age 60. The percentages increase with age. By the time people reach their 70's and 80's, and they are experiencing back pain, Spinal Stenosis is likely to be the culprit. Because of the concentration of the elderly in South Florida, the statistics are staggering.

The South Palm Orthospine Institute goes to great lengths to educate the public in Spinal Stenosis and the numer
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