Video and Animation Directory

How to Keep a Healthy Back: Bridge Exercise Video

Video shows you how to do a bridge exercise for your low back.

How to Keep a Healthy Back: Hamstring Stretch Exercise Video

If you want to keep your back healthy, you should do hamstring stretches every day. Watch this video to learn how and why it’s important to back pain prevention.

How to Keep a Healthy Back: Knee to Chest Exercise Video

Doing knee to chest exercises every day can help you keep your back healthy. Make this stretch part of your daily routine, and you can keep your spine strong. This exercise may help prevent back pain.

How to Keep a Healthy Back: Lower Trunk Rotation Exercise Video

Learn how to increase the flexibility and mobility of your low back (lumbar spine) and hips by watching the instructions in this brief video.

How to Keep a Healthy Back: Pelvic Tilt Exercise Video

To keep your back healthy and strong, you should do the pelvic tilt exercise every day.  Watch how to do a pelvic tilt in this short video, and then get going on your back pain prevention plan.

Intervertebral Disc Explanation | Video

Video: A spine surgeon explains what the intervertebral disc is in this short segment. Helpful if you want to understand what's causing your disc-related back pain.

Low Back Pain Animation

Watch this animation to learn more about low back pain: what are the different types of low back pain? Which type do you have? What kind of back pain treatments will you need?

Lumbar Fusion Animation

This animation clearly illustrates how a lumbar spinal fusion is done by a spine surgeon.

Lumbar Laminectomy Animation

Watch this short video on lumbar laminectomy to better understand your spine surgery.

Lumbar Surgery Animation

Surgery of the lower spine can be intimidating. This video animation will help the patient to understand different types of lumbar surgery.

MRI Animation

A video animation that illustrates how MRIs work and why your surgeon may request this type of examination.

Myelography Animation

The doctor has ordered a myelogram to help diagnose your back pain: find out what that is in this detailed video animation from SpineUniverse.

Neck Pain Animation

This video animation explains that the most common cause of neck pain is due to a muscle strain or other soft tissue sprain of the neck structures.

Neck Pain Exercise Video: Chin Tucks

To help relieve neck pain caused be cervical degenerative disc disease or whiplash, your doctor may recommend this exercise: chin tucks. Watch this video to learn the best way to do them and how often you should do this neck exercise.

Neck Pain Exercise Video: Side Bending

For neck conditions, such as whiplash or degenerative disc disease, you may need to do some exercises to strengthen your neck muscles. The side bending stretch featured in this video may help relieve your neck pain.
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