Common Spine Conditions

Common Injuries of the Spine

 

When should I consult a spine specialist?

 

You may be suffering from a spine condition or injury if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: 

 

  • Radiating pain from the neck to the arm/hand  Radiating pain from the back to the leg/foot

  • Back, leg, or foot pain that worsens while standing or walking and is relieved by sitting

  • Nagging pain after episodes of heavy lifting, numbness, tingling, or weakness in the arms or legs

  •  Nerve or dexterity problems in the arms and hands

  • Numbness or tingling in one or both legs

  • Weakness localized to a specific area of the leg or arm

 

Go to the emergency room if these symptoms accompany incontinence. Our spine doctor at Vail-Summit Orthopaedics understands that damage to the spinal cord is not only extremely painful and disruptive to your active lifestyle, but also potentially devastating, as it often restricts mobility and significantly reduces your quality of life.

 

Our spine doctor is committed to developing customized treatment plans to accommodate your individual condition and get you back to your active lifestyle quickly and safely. Please rest assured, while spine conditions and injuries sometimes require surgical intervention, our spine doctor only considers surgical treatment options after nonsurgical methods have proven unsuccessful.

Common Spine Conditions

Will there be any fees to join the program?


If selected, the Mentee will pay a fee of 1,000,000VND for students or 2,000,000VND for professionals. All proceeds will be donated to a charity in Vietnam after deducted expenses related to running the program.




How many mentees will be selected?


There will be 40 mentees selected for this 2020 cohort. You may have a great application, but may not be a good fit for the current pool of mentors this year. We always encourage applicants to try again - there might be a perfect mentor for you next year




Do I need any prior design skills or education to enroll?


Since we are expecting you to have a portfolio, essential design skills are required. However, an education in design are not needed - we believe in the diversity of educational backgrounds and experiences.




Can I specialize in a particular area of UX or UI with this program?


It is really up to you! The goal of UXMP is to help you discover your own path, with the help of your mentor.




What kind of projects will I work on?


You will have the chance to work on the kind of project that you are passionate about. The project can be relevant to your current career track or can be a totally new idea that you've been hoping to make it happen. You and your Mentor will select a project together




What if I really want to join but can't commit the time?


Since we want to ensure the quality of the program and respect the time of both mentees and mentors, we would need you to commit with us throughout the program. However, UXMP will try our best to accommodate your needs.