Putting their backs into it

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Tim Woodall (from left), Dr. Todd Cable, Dr. Greg Oetting, Dr. Robert Abramson and Dr. Marc Guitton break ground for the new spine center at Stevens Creek Road and River Watch Parkway. The 18,400-square-foot complex, developed by Neurological Associates of Augusta, will focus on nonsurgical treatments of neck and back ailments. Neurological Associates, primarily a neurosurgery practice, already has started to change its name and split up into two divisions, called Augusta Neuroscience and Augusta Back, to reflect the more comprehensive services it will offer at the new spine center.  Michael Holahan/Staff
Michael Holahan/Staff
Tim Woodall (from left), Dr. Todd Cable, Dr. Greg Oetting, Dr. Robert Abramson and Dr. Marc Guitton break ground for the new spine center at Stevens Creek Road and River Watch Parkway. The 18,400-square-foot complex, developed by Neurological Associates of Augusta, will focus on nonsurgical treatments of neck and back ailments. Neurological Associates, primarily a neurosurgery practice, already has started to change its name and split up into two divisions, called Augusta Neuroscience and Augusta Back, to reflect the more comprehensive services it will offer at the new spine center.

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