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The kind of things I used to like to do prior to my back injury included fishing, golfing, boating. Essentially anything outdoors that involved a manual or physical labor. My initial injury was way back in my college days. I played Division I soccer for Boston College. I injured my back initially in around 77/78. It was a chronic nagging injury with, essentially, numbness at times of my legs. Approximately six months ago, I was working on my golf cart, changing the batteries. I was kind of dumb because I was lifting up 70 pounds batteries in a weird position. And I felt something pop. And right in there, I knew I had really done something major to my back. The pain was actually excruciating. It kept me actually from sleeping in my bed. I was basically up all night walking the floor. I tried multiple over-the-counter medications without any success. And the worst part was my inability to use my legs properly. Well, I've had a long standing relationship with Dr. Bono. I actually was able to make a phone call to him and explain my symptoms to him. And he suggested I come in to see him after I had an MRI done. Because I'm a doctor, I knew the condition, and the symptoms, and the potential outcomes. And I knew my only option at this point was to have a surgical intervention. Otherwise, I'd be in a wheelchair the rest of my life.

The surgical experience itself was amazing because I went into the hospital on a Thursday morning, and I was discharged on the next Friday morning. And I went from unable to walk distances and unable to walk up steps properly to the point where my legs were back. And I could actually lift my legs up properly and walk up and down the hallways. And the numbness was starting to recede. It changed my life in the fact that I'm now able to do the things that I never was accustomed to doing in the past. I can start golfing now. I can start fishing, boating. And I can start doing the things that I'm normally able to do at this point. More importantly, it's actually made it easier for me to see my patients because my legs aren't buckling while I'm walking down my hallway anymore.

My name is Dr. John Batista, I took my back back.
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I'm JP Peterson. I'm a sportscaster here in Tampa Bay. I love sports, watch sports, play sports. It's pretty much my life. I had this knot in my back. It was like somebody was sticking a knife right in my back. And it was 24/7. I had numbness down my arm. I couldn't sleep. It was hard to work. And I couldn't do any of the activities that I love, golf, tennis, basketball. My life almost came to a complete stop. It was horrible. Like a lot of people, oh man, I tried everything, acupuncture, chiropractic. I hung from the ceiling. I hung off the balcony. I would do anything to get rid of this pain. And nothing worked. I could never get rid of that pain. I went to BioSpine because I got a recommendation from somebody else I worked with. And they told me they got 100% relief. And I'm like, sure, OK, whatever. If I get 50%, I'll be happy. And the thing that was really attractive to me was it was a minimally invasive procedure, an outpatient procedures because I don't have time to be laying up in a hospital room for months and months, like I saw my mom go through. And that's one of the reasons I was hesitant to get it. I saw my mom go through these surgeries. And it was horrible. So I woke up in the morning, went to the surgery center. And it was so easy. They welcome you in. The staff there was just amazing. And you're in such a comfortable environment. You go under the anesthetic. The next thing you know, you wake up, and you have no pain. And I mean, that was the greatest feeling I've ever experienced in my life. No pain after just the excruciating months of going through it. And I walked out of there. I was home in my own bed that night. Called my boss the next day and said, I feel great. I can come to work. And I was back at work in two days. I mean, two days, very little downtime. One of the things about BioSpine is you feel so good so quickly. I felt like I could play golf the next week. I think within a month, I was resuming all my normal activities. To feel that good so fast and not have this major rehab, painful rehab, that was the most incredible part of the whole experience. I know with a lot of surgeries, that the pain eventually comes back. But it lasts. I mean, it's been a few years now since my surgery and I have no pain. I have no numbness in my arm. Now, it feels like I'd never had neck surgery. And even my range of motion with my neck is not really affected. So that's been a really, really pleasing thing. Of course, I've shared my story with a lot of my colleagues. And they've gone to BioSpine as well. And they've gotten tremendous results. And that's gratifying for me as well to see people getting the same results as I to get your life back. I didn't have to worry about the insurance part because they're in network with my insurance company and most major insurance companies. And they have that personal concierge, which is awesome. You make one call, they take care of all that stuff. It's amazing. They are brilliant surgeons. And the technology is off the charts. So you feel so confident going in there that it's going to get done right.
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[MUSIC PLAYING] I used to do everything before I hurt my back-- boating, gardening, a lot of outdoor activities, enjoying my life in the beach. I hurt my back. I remember at that day I was helping one of my friends on the top step of a ladder. And when I came off the ladder, I felt severe pain in my back. Knowing that this could be a muscle spasm, I took some analgesics and I thought it will go away. It didn't go away and I started suffering since that day. And this was in November of 2011. I had the pain was a different package-- back pain, severe pain, numbness, tingling. Was so severe at times affecting my relationship with my patients. I was in a bad mood at times. And it took me to the level of I bought a stool to sit on when I was shaving my face every day in the morning. Pain was so severe at times. I had some injections of the steroids in the back and it was helping at times. And then I decided to have another MRI and reviewed with Dr. Bono because I thought that my pain is not improving so I have to do something else. Because I am a doctor, I thought that there is no improvement here with the medications and with the injections. And seeing some of my patients who have improvements and they got their freedom back with improvement in their physical condition, I decided to check with Dr. Bono and see if he can help me. My surgery experience was two days in the hospital. I had the surgery on Saturday, went home. And on Monday, I was back in my office. After the surgery, I feel that I'm back to my usual way before the surgery. I feel that I can do a lot of things which I was not doing before, even my mood changed to the better. [MUSIC PLAYING] My name is Dr. Adel Bishay. And I took my back back. [MUSIC PLAYING]
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Well, my favorite things were working on antique cars, working on a sailboat, taking care of my property at my home, and pretty much physical things outside. I'm not one to sit around. Well, I got injured one early morning. I took my chainsaw on a 10 foot ladder, and I went out to cut an 8 inch limb off a tree. So I did everything actually wrong. I was all alone. I climbed to the top of the 10 foot ladder. And of course, you're not supposed to climb to the top. You're supposed to be a few steps down. Well, I was on the top. And chainsaw in hand, I was busily cutting away that limb. Everything was going good till the chainsaw got stuck. And then it came back, the tree swung back around, knocked me down to the ground. The chainsaw went flying. And I hit the ground. Next, the ladder fell on me, and then the tree fell on me. So it knocked the wind right out of me. So I finally got out from underneath the tree and the blood was squirting out of my leg. And I went inside and told her I had a little problem. And she said, what happened? I told her, I said I got knocked down by the tree limb, I was cutting it. And I need to bandage up my leg, so I can go back out and finish cutting the tree, which I did. That Monday morning, I flew out to California and I noticed I was having problems with my legs. It felt like they were like going to sleep, but not really going to sleep. And I had the back pain, of course, from I thought it was just a bruise. Well, I went 3,000 miles, and I worked out in California, and the pain was getting worse. And then I flew out to New York. When I got to New York, I told my wife, I said, Diane, things are not right. I came over and I met Dr. Alonso, and he looked things over. I went over and got my x-ray or whatever they do. And came back from my visit, and then he said, look, you got a problem. I go, what's wrong? He said, you broke your back. He said, look, your two vertebraes are crushed. I said, so how do we fix it? He said, well, you're lucky. There is a way to fix this. And he showed me this device. He said, we can put this in which will spread your disks apart. And all we do is drill four little holes, and it's mounted with screws, and it goes back together, and you'll be as good as new. And we went into surgery, came out. And it took me a number of months to heal with the little walker, which I didn't like, but I had to follow the directions. And finally, I was able to get back to normal. And it's been a few years, and it works great. I have to tell you, I can do everything I did before. The only thing I can't do is bend all the way over as far as I could. But I got to tell you, no pain and the best thing, best miracle. I've got to tell you, Dr. Alonso was my hero. [SLOW MUSIC] My name is Daryl Rademacher and I took my back back. [SLOW MUSIC]
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Before for my back injury, I like to dance. And I have a cleaning business. So I like to do the cleaning, which made it difficult before the surgery. Well, the pain I experienced. First, my neck hurt. And then, two days later, my hands were tingling really bad. And within a week, I had no use of my hands whatsoever. I couldn't drink. I couldn't bathe. I couldn't do anything. I always needed help to do everything. Dr. Bono was awesome. I came in after an MRI. And I was told the MRI looked good. But when I came to his office, he looked at the MRI and said, something was definitely wrong. They looked at my fingernails. And he said, yes, you need therapy. Let's see if that will give you some relief. And I did therapy for about a month and a half. And the tingling never went away. And that's when he decided I was going to need surgery. After surgery, I got my hands back. I had no more headaches. I could do pretty much anything I was doing before I had the car accident. I have a girlfriend that was in the car accident with me. And she needed surgery. And well, she didn't know she needed surgery. But I told her to go to Dr. Bono, because her neck still hurt and everything. He had to do the therapy too. And again, it didn't work. So she wound up having the surgery too. And she seems to be doing very good. And another friend of mine had a fall at home. And she wanted to know of a good doctor. And I sent her here. And Dr. Ronzo did her surgery for her. And she seems to be doing very good.

My name is Teresa Kesock and I took my back back.
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Before I was injured, I wanted to enjoy the birth of my first grandson. Be able to pick him up and take him places and be outside with him. What I did with him is we went places. So I was able to pick him up and I was able to push him in the cart and be with him 24/7 if I need be. I got injured by walking my dog and falling off a curb into the street. After the injury, I was in so much pain. I could not sleep at night, I could not do any functional things in the home, I could not take care of the grandson, I could not do anything, but just walk around with some and taking pain pills. The pain was unbearable. It was down my arms. It was to my hands. My hands went numb, so I couldn't pick things up. When I had all this pain, I went to my general doctor. And he told me that he could not do anything more for me than I either had to find myself a pain management or I had to come to Dr. Ronzo. I came to Dr. Ronzo and he looked at my X-rays. And he told me right away that I needed surgery and that he could take care of me and he scheduled my appointment. When I was facing surgery, I had no idea what was going to happen, how long it would take, exactly where I would be or if they could get rid of the pain. The reality was unbelievable. I went into surgery and he told me when I woke up, I would have no pain. And when I woke up, I had no pain. Since surgery, I had tremendous aftercare. They provided me with everything I needed and I am now back to doing 100% everything I want to do. I do not have one ounce of pain. It's just been perfect. Since the surgery, I have been able to give back my life 100%. I do have a mentally challenged son that I must care for on a daily basis. I'm able to handle him. I'm able to play with my grandson, who is now six years old. I'm able to ride a bicycle with him and it's just my life has just gotten back to where it was at the very beginning. [MUSIC PLAYING]

My name is Joan Soderquist, and I took my back back. [MUSIC PLAYING]
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Before my injury, my favorite activities were to walk, ride the bicycle, lots of exercise, and being very, very active. I'm a type I. The injury occurred over a period of time. And I think that sometimes we don't think of our back, that we should really take special care. And you lift and push, and do all these things, and having children takes a toll. My back injury prevented me from doing many things that I enjoyed because I'm a very active person and I don't like to sit around. And I was becoming more limited, and taking many medications which I did not enjoy doing either.

The pain was dull, nagging all the time.

I heard about Dr. Renzo from a girl that worked at my husband's office. And I had been to other back surgeons. And it really scared me. But I thought, well, this man sounds good. I went to his office. And I was very pleased because he did X-rays and told me he could help me. After he explained everything to me, the reality was I told Dr. Renzo, I'm ready for surgery. So then he scheduled me to go in. And I went into the hospital. And I will say, I had my surgery. And the worst part of the whole thing was, I went back to my room. And I had a roommate. And she had the television blaring the whole time. And I thought, oh, my word. And I felt pretty good. In fact, I got up and walked to the bathroom. And I only spend one night there. And I was so happy to get home. My recovery was I went home the next day and I had a brace. And I wore that brace exactly like he told me. And I have to get up several times in the night. And I even left it just loosely laced. But then I would get up. I never went without that. And I had physical therapy. And the first week, I walked up and down the driveway. And then I started walking around the block, which is quite a ways where we live. And always remembering what Dr. Renzo told me. And therefore, I mean, I just felt like I was a new woman because right away, I didn't have that pain. He gave me a prescription for pain medication. I didn't even have to take that. And I felt like I had freedom. And it was absolutely wonderful. OK, the activities that I enjoy now are walking every day, sometimes twice a day. And I even tried the Zumba, the exercise. And that was fun. And I do yoga and different exercises. And let's see, I enjoy life. And it's a gift.

My name is Marilyn Siegel. And I took my back back.
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Before I hurt my back, my husband and I would enjoy walking every morning and every evening. We'd do a minimum of two miles and thoroughly enjoyed it. I can remember leaning over the bathtub and I was washing Venetian blinds, the most ridiculous thing to be doing. But I did and, all of a sudden, I felt something pull. And I knew something was drastically wrong. After I found that I had an injury to my back, I went to a different spine institute.

After I got there, I experienced surgery, which was extremely painful. The pain did not go away. The pain just stayed with me, constantly. The doctor advised me that it would just take time and I would be back to my normal self again in no time at all, but I was put back into the operating room and received a second surgery in the same day. After that surgery, the pain was still there. It was horrifying. I went back to the room with a special team of nurses who did their utmost to relieve the pain I was able to get into the bed. But during the night, the pain came back. The pain came back. My husband dragged me to the bathroom so I could go to the bathroom.

We eventually put me into a chair and tried to calm me down with Tylenol, whatever we had. And then again, I went through MRIs and the X-rays, and more doctors I spoke to. And then I was told to go back to the hotel. And the next day, being Wednesday, I would have more surgery. [MUSIC PLAYING]

And we found Dr. Bono. I can't believe what this man did for me. It was totally unreal. He listened to me. He heard everything I said. He absorbed everything I said. And he looked at me and he said, I can help you. It was unbelievable how I felt when I heard those words. I had to believe them. And I did because I knew he was being honest with me. He was telling me the truth. What was my experience with Dr. Bono? God sent him to me. I know He did. I mean, that's the only way I can describe it.

He was just so patient and kind and I just knew that this was it. I was going to be well again. I was confident. To treat me, Dr. Bono had X-rays taken. And then he sent me to have MRIs. As soon as he looked at the X-rays and the MRIs, he knew that I had to have surgery immediately. He put me through the surgery. And he was there when I woke up, holding my hand. And he said, I got the greatest news for you. You're going to be just fine. I felt so relieved. It was really unbelievable. I didn't-- I believed him. I knew I was going to get better. I knew I was better. But because of the time length and all the experiences I've had, it seemed so unreal. It seemed impossible. But it was possible, and here I am today.

This surgery was so wonderful that today I'm able to walk two miles every morning and we try to do two miles every night. But if we've had a full day, we just rest. But every morning, we try to walk two miles. And I'm able to do it, no pain, no strain, nothing. I'm just free. I'm just myself again. [MUSIC PLAYING]

My name is Jean Hockenberry and I took my back back. [MUSIC PLAYING]
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[MUSIC PLAYING] Before my injury, I was roller skating. I did a lot of dancing. And I was very happy. And then just one day it just like, I don't know where this pain came and I had no idea where it was coming from. The pain was so severe. I could not even walk on my right leg. I was dragging it, I didn't have control, I couldn't drive, I was in terrible, terrible pain. A friend of mine told me about Dr. Ronzo. His wife had come here and had neck surgery. So I said OK, I'm going to go and see Dr. Ronzo. Went all the tests, came in, told me what he had to do. I was a little apprehensive, but let me tell you Dr. Ronzo new name for me is that to feel good. He took the pain away. His staff is fantastic. The hospital stay was overnight. Got up out of bed and maybe an hour after surgery and I said, all right, I'm ready to go home. And I haven't had pain in the last two years. And I'm very happy. Since I had the surgery I can go back to my gardening, I can walk my puppies, I can drive, I don't need to independently have someone come to my house, lift me in the car to go shopping. Hi, my name is Lorraine Cornell and I took my back back. [LAUGHTER] [MUSIC PLAYING]
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Before my injury, I was an active golfer. I was almost a scratch golfer. And I was a bicyclist. I used to walk quite a bit. Over the past years, I couldn't do these things anymore. And it was breaking my heart that I couldn't play golf anymore. I was injured at a fire in Brooklyn, New York. I had a car-- I was in a collapse. And I hurt my back. And I was rushed to the hospital. And there was no permanent injury. But they told me that, maybe, I had a bad sciatica. And that went along with me for 30 years before I found anybody who would do the surgery on me. The pain was unbelievable. As a matter of fact, through the years, when I got the pain, and I was sitting down, I could find a spot where we relieve the pain. But the last time, which made me go to the hospital was I was on the floor for 4 hours because I couldn't get rid of the pain. And my wife wasn't home. And when she got home, she called the paramedics because I couldn't get up. And they came and they took me to the hospital. And that's when we scheduled the surgery with Dr. Bono. Well, he came in. And he looked at my X-ray. And he says, your disks are pretty well shot. He says, but I'm going to make you better. And you're going to be able to play golf again. The surgery, I don't remember too much about the surgery. But I remember going in. And then, when I came out and I was in a recovery room, and Dr. Bono and the PA came in to visit me, see how I was. And I was still in a lot of pain. And I said to Dr. Bono, I said, you sure that this operation was a success? And he says to me-- he says, Mr. Iannone, he says, my surgery was perfect. Unlike you, you are not a perfect patient. After the surgery, I went home and I did everything Dr. Bono told me what to do. And I behaved myself. And the pain was gone. I was able to walk around, get back on my bike. And within a few months, I was back playing golf. All my favorite thing. And I'm back to playing golf four days a week. I'm riding my bike five miles a day. And I can walk one mile a day. And I can go visit my grandchildren up in New York without paying. My name is John Iannone and I took my back back. [MUSIC PLAYING]
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I was suffering from the damage of the pinched nerve, actually both of my hands would tire out on me because I sort of beat all day and would have pain shooting down into my hands, which was all stimulated from all of this. I had actually wound up in the hospital thinking I was having a heart attack. It wasn't. They checked my heart out. It was solely the pain from my neck that was tensing up and going down. I had gone to another physician who did a nerve conduction study on me and also just no x-rays, just MRI. And then I heard that BioSpine would read those MRIs if you needed a second opinion. And I felt like I did because he told me just to go do exercise. And when they got here, they stopped me on the exercise, they said that it would make it worse. And so I came in and met these wonderful people at every stop I made in the office. People were so awesome. I would highly recommend them for any type spinal surgery that you need. Everybody's been great. My pain level is 0 and it was 0 by the second day of my surgery. And I love this place.

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I came to BioSpine after being turned down from the [INAUDIBLE] Institute. I had a scheduled appointment with them. The day of surgery, I was rejected by them due to a blood-work error that, I guess, they didn't catch. And on the way out, just miraculously, I seen the BioSpine sign. I made some phone calls. And I'm projecting my life to change from there. I had about over 10 years of back pain. I had a herniated disk, which ended up becoming three herniated disks. And my everyday life just got just too much to bear. This is the day after my procedure. And I can honestly say, I could do everything that I couldn't do two to three weeks ago going back to six, eight months ago. I'm walking normally. I don't have a limp. And I just can't wait for another month to go by to see the progress that I'm going to make. 100%, I would recommend BioSpine. I can't believe how great they've been over this whole process. It's unbelievable. From the minute I walked in, I could feel the whole family atmosphere from BioSpine-- from the minute I got off the elevator, dealing with the medical staff, talking to the doctor, all the way through the procedure, even right here, right now, just the familyness that I feel from BioSpine staff.
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I injured my back lifting a heavy object. And after two years of going through pain management and physical therapy, they told me there was nothing more they could do for me. And so I decided to come and get a second opinion here. My brother-in-law recommended Dr. Ronzo. And that's why I came here. I couldn't play with my grandchildren. I lost-- I couldn't do anything anymore. I couldn't drive. I couldn't-- no sex, either. After my procedure with Dr. Ronzo and BioSpine, I feel like I have my life back. Definitely, I would recommend BioSpine. The staff and the doctor, everybody was so friendly, so helpful.

They were so compassionate.
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I came to Biospine because I've been suffering for a very long time with back pain and radiating down my legs. The challenge that I suffered in my everyday life was, gosh, by the end with the pain and the muscle spasms, I couldn't even brush my own hair or put on my own shoes. It is unbelievable. The doctor said, you're going to walk out of here. And I literally walked out of here with no pain. And I even said to the doc, look at me, doc, I'm walking out of here. Absolutely, I would recommend Biospine to anybody who has back pain because it has relieved me. And I have suffered for so long of back pain. And everyone here has just been wonderful. Favorite part of the experience was that everyone was so friendly. And Dr. Bono's pretty cool. He did an excellent job.
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I came into Biospine Institute after I was in a car accident earlier this year. My main challenge was I couldn't walk. I couldn't work anymore. And I just couldn't do anything without being in severe pain. After my procedure, there was an immediate relief of the pain. There was no burning sensation. There was no pain whatsoever. I came into surgery. I went into surgery at 11:00. And I was home by 4:00 walking, sitting, doing everything that I normally do. I would recommend Biospine 100%. I have already recommended it to my significant other and my sister. They sent me in first to see how I would come in. I come out of surgery. I feel great. I recommend it to anyone and everyone. We're actually looking into my sister coming in sometime soon in the near future. My best experience was I was pain-free. The staff was wonderful. They made you feel like you were family. Everybody was so sure of themselves. Everybody was really nice. They were there for anything you needed. They asked if I had any questions. I said, Dr. Bono looks so sure of himself that I have no questions whatsoever. If he thinks he knows what he did or what he's doing, then I have the best answer.
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[MUSIC PLAYING] What do you [INAUDIBLE] [MUSIC PLAYING] I came to BioSpine because I had fallen down a flight of stairs and herniated four disks in my neck and injured my low back. I didn't have an everyday life, it was constant pain shooting down my arm, numbness in two of my five fingers on my right side. If I did anything around the house after a couple of hours, I would basically be in bed for a day or two because it would hurt so bad that I just could not do anything. I mean, my neck procedure when I got done the first thing that I said when I woke up was the pain was gone. It was a lifesaver. After my back surgery just a couple of weeks ago, they did tell me it would hurt more than my neck and it did. But it's not anywhere close to the same amount of pain that I had before. And today, I feel great. I'm able to walk, I'm able to do things with my kids. Lightly, I can't bend or twist anything right now but I can already tell it's a significant improvement. Numbness in my feet have come back, so it's a gigantic improvement. I would absolutely recommend BioSpine and I have-- I would recommend BioSpine because of the professionalism Dr. Ronzo specifically, I don't know what I would do without him. He's very personable, he makes me feel comfortable. The bedside manner is there. It is-- you feel like you're part of his family instead of just a patient. [MUSIC PLAYING]
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After many years of pain, of like 20 years of pain, and searching for chiropractors, and acupuncture, and several different sources, we decided to take a look and come to BioSpine and visit with Dr. Bono. I felt very comfortable with what he had suggested to fix the problem. I was getting to the point where I couldn't pick up our grandchildren, go play golf with friends, didn't do anything that had any weight to it. It was hampering my lifestyle. And at that point, I decided to look and see and come visit BioSpine, Dr. Bono and see if he could fix my problem. After 10 days after the operation procedure, I feel no pain. I'm moving around OK [INAUDIBLE] and I'm feeling pretty good about it. I feel like I can maybe get back to life as normal. I would recommend BioSpine [INAUDIBLE] who has pain. [INAUDIBLE] to eliminate the pain and be able to live the lifestyle and the way that they would like and not be hampered by pain and aggravation in the things they can't do. Well, the biggest part is that all of the people are friendly. They're nice, and everything moves at a good pace. There's no sitting around waiting for hours. BioSpine people are all professional. But I just remember going into the surgery room and the procedure. And I looked up. And everything looked so modern and so new. And it just seemed like it was [INAUDIBLE] more up to date with what I needed done.
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Vine a BioSpine cuando ya había visto 2 doctores. Uno de dolor, y me dijo que ya no había nada que podían hacer por mí. Yo vine aquí a agarrar la segunda opinión. No podía jugar con mis hijos. Con mis nietos no podía manejar. Toda mi vida se había caído. Después de que me operaron, ahora me siento como que agarré mi vida pa' atrás. Yo me recomendiera BioSpine todos. En el BioSpine a toda la gente, los enfermeros, los de la aseguranza, el doctor, todos son muy buenas gentes y con compasionados.
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What brought you to BioSpine? I had several accidents that really impeded my job and my way of living to where I couldn't stand the pain anymore. So I had to have somebody help me take care of my pain. I was a driver. I've been a driver for 20 years. And I couldn't do my job. I couldn't lift. I couldn't bend over without excruciating pain down my lower back, down to my legs. And I know that I needed to take this, handle this pain as soon as possible. Actually, I feel great. I mean, I don't have pain. It's like night and day. I would recommend this for anyone that has lower back pain upper back pain for that problem [INAUDIBLE]. It's terrific not having any pain. [INAUDIBLE] My favorite thing and my favorite part about BioSpine is all the staff is atttentive to what you're going through. They're not just trying to rush you through and trying to give you their way of trying to do something unless they listen to you first to see what's really wrong, so they can properly treat you. And that's what I really like. And everybody's got smiles.
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What brought me to Biospine was due to the fact of me being in a car accident. I was in a car accident. My car piled up. And I went to therapy for a couple of weeks. And there was no relief. So it was time to do the next step. The challenges I had every day before the procedure was being able to not get up in the morning to go to work. Having a hard time sleeping. And not being able to do the task that my job requires me to do. After my procedure, I am feeling 100% better. It has brought me physically 100%. I am doing so much better in everything that I'm trying to do. I do not have any pain. And I'm moving forward in my life. I would recommend Biospine 100%. The staff here is wonderful. Dr. Bono is awesome. He helped me in so many ways to get through my pain and the suffering that I was having. My favorite part about being here at Biospine was being able to be treated as a family. The staff is great. They helped me understand everything that Dr. Bono was going to do to me. And he also went over a lot of things. And it made me feel comfortable on doing the procedure and going forward to make the decision of having the surgery done.
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Back pain brought me to BioSpine and looking for a solution. Before the surgery I was struggling with daily pain that was escalated by any little bit of activity that I did. I was living on painkillers, and my life was really being limited and impacted by the pain. So it's only been 11 days since my procedure, and I can tell a substantial improvement has already occurred in taking less painkillers than before the surgery. So I know I'm on my way and I'm really excited to get my life back. I would absolutely recommend BioSpine. We did have consultation from another company or another provider. And with the comparison made the decision to go ahead with BioSpine and we don't regret it at all. The doctors met with us personally before and after. And all the staff were very friendly and helpful. It's been a positive experience. Knowing that I'm going to be getting my life back and returning to normal it's surreal, but I'm excited. [MUSIC PLAYING]
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We're sorry to interrupt, but we know a fear of surgery can hold some people back. 70% of the patients who come to BioSpine are sucessfully treated without surgery. The first step is understanding what is casuing your pain - take that step and schedule a consultation. It's that easy.
We're sorry to interrupt, but we know a fear of surgery can hold some people back. 70% of the patients who come to BioSpine are sucessfully treated without surgery. The first step is understanding what is casuing your pain - take that step and schedule a consultation. It's that easy.
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