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Warlick Family YMCA Trick or Trail Run

Join Dr. William Hunter and staff for the Warlick Family YMCA Trick or Trail Run on Saturday, October 23rd. 

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Cancer Benefit and Community Health Fair

Join Dr. Hunter and staff as they participate in the Gaston County Walk for Wellness at Gaston Christian School on the 26th of June. Learn more.

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Should I see a Spine Specialist for Back Pain?

If you're suffering from chronic back or neck pain, you should visit NSSC Spine Clinic to get an accurate diagnosis of your condition so that you can procure the ideal treatment for your needs.

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Daily Stretches For Back Pain

There are many different causes for debilitating back pain - muscle spasms, muscle strains, and back injuries. Regardless of the cause of back pain, lower back pain relief is often just a few simple back stretches away.

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Dr. Hunter, Neurosurgeon, Celebrates 20 Years at NSSC Spine Clinic

Dr. Hunter celebrated his 20th year of practice at NSSC Spine Clinic this past June.

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Spondylolisthesis

Spondylolisthesis occurs when a vertebrae slips out of place, often causing pain. Learn about the different types of spondylolisthesis, and how they can be prevented & treated.

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Preventing Neck & Back Pain Due To Texting and Computer Time

Spending hours looking down at your phone or computer can can back and neck pain. Here are tips to prevent pain from interferring with your work.

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NSSC's Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers about becoming a new patient, insurance, referrals, and much more.

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NSSC Spine Clinic Begins Using Virtual Office Visits

Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Neuroscience and Spine Center will begin offering Virtual (Telemedicine) Visits via Skype or FaceTime.  Please contact our office at (704) 864-5550 if you are interested.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice: Preparedness & Response

NSSC Spine Clinic is still open. We are are committed to providing care to our patients, while taking necessary precautions to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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