"I couldn't lie down or sit up — I couldn't do anything. Dr. McLaughlin was my doctor. When I woke up, I literally jumped from the table. I had no pain. It sounds unbelievable, I know, but that's the God's honest truth. They are so gracious in that practice, so professional and caring. It's just a very nice environment where you feel like you're the only patient." — Loretta McMenamin
What is a compression fracture?
A compression fracture occurs when the bones in the spine collapse. One of the most common causes of compression fractures is a loss of bone density. Osteoporosis causes more than 750,000 vertebral compression fractures per year.