In the United States, 80% of us will experience some form of back pain during our lifetime. While some cases of back pain are unavoidable, Dr. Kevin Bernard, physiatrist at the NEBH Spine Center, explains some ways to help protect your back and prevent back pain.
Whether you are a super fan of a professional sports team, or the number one fan of your child or grandchild, traveling to games and sitting through the sometimes long duration sporting events can be a challenge if you suffer from back pain. NEBH physical therapists offer the following advice for any fan with plans to cheer on their favorite team.
Managing chronic back pain can be a challenge for the millions of Americans who suffer from the condition. Physical therapists play an important role in helping patients to manage their back pain, as they work alongside primary care physicians, orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, neurologists, pain management specialists and physiatrists in order to determine your individual plan of care.
80% of Americans will experience some form of back pain during their lifetime. While back pain is a common occurrence, myths about back pain are even more so. Dr. Kevin Bernard shares five of the most common myths about back pain and sets the record straight.
NEBH spine surgeon Eric Carkner, MD, shares the top three questions you should ask your spine surgeon before surgery. By playing an active role in your own healthcare and asking questions, you can improve outcomes and feel better prepared for surgery.