Shingles Nerve Pain
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healthtap.com — “The nucleus pulposus is the middle soft part of the disc in the spine that normally acts like a cushion. It looks and feels like a thick jelly material. Sometimes, it can leak out if there is a tear in the outside part of the disc (called the annulus fibrosus). When it leaks out, it can pinch a nerve and cause pain that radiates into the extremities.” View full resource at healthtap.com
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Jonathan Hyde, MD is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in Spinal Surgery. Dr. Hyde's expertise is in both open and minimally invasive surgical techniques. Besides performing surgical interventions, Dr. Hyde performs diagnostic and therapeutic injections for varying spinal disorders as part of conservative non-operative spinal care. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
He is a national and international teacher of the Kyphoplasty, eXtreme Lateral Interbody Fusion (XLIF), and AxiaLIF techniques. He was one of the three designers for the dbrII minimally invasive pedicle screw system, a FDA approved system utilized routinely around the US. He contributed the chapter on Degenerative Disc Disease in the first textbook written for XLIF surgery, published in 2008.
Dr Hyde earned his undergraduate degree in biological sciences from Cornell University. His degree in medicine was from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. At Stony Brook, he received the honor of graduating with Distinction in Research, where he worked under Dr. Clint Rubin, a nationally recognized osteoporosis researcher. He trained in Orthopaedics at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. His first fellowship in Spinal Surgery was at the renowned Texas Back Institute where he trained with Drs. Hochschuler, Rashbaum, Guyer, Regan, Blumenthal, Zigler, and Fulp. He was selected to represent the Texas Back Institute in a 5 month traveling fellowship at the University of Nottingham, England at the AO/ASIF sponsored Centre for Spinal Surgery. There, he spent time working with the unit headed by the distinguished Mr. John Webb.