You can try to relieve your neck pain by doing the side-to-die head rotation exercise. In this video, you’ll see how to stretch your neck, and you’ll learn how it helps you deal with pain from degenerative disc disease or whiplash.
In this video, you’ll quickly get basic information about neck pain from Dr. Dan Riew, an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in cervical spine surgery.
You should do chin tucks every day if you want to prevent neck pain. They’re a quick exercise you can do sitting at your desk or at the kitchen table. See how to do chin tucks in this exercise video.
As you try to prevent neck pain, it’s a good idea to do the side bending stretch every day. Watch this video to learn how to do it and how it helps you avoid neck pain.
Doing the side-to-side head rotation exercise every day can help you prevent neck pain. In this video, you’ll learn how it increases mobility in your cervical spine.
A spine expert, Dr. K. Daniel Riew, explains everything you need to know about neck. He reviews the symptoms, causes, and treatments for various types of neck pain in this engaging video series.
Dr. Richard Fessler reviews your non-surgical treatment options for degenerative disc disease in this short (but very informative) video. Listen to one of the top neurosurgeons explain what you can try before surgery.
Dr. Dan Riew reviews your non-surgical treatment options for neck pain in this short (but very informative) video.
Dr. Jeffrey Wang reviews your non-surgical treatment options for spinal stenosis in this short (but very informative) video. Listen to the Chief of the UCLA Spine Service explain what you can try before surgery.
This video animation will help you learn more about spinal osteoarthritis, or spondylosis, a degenerative joint disease which can result in bone damage and a host of painful joint symptoms.
What does osteoporosis do to your bones, especially your vertebrae? See in this animation, as well as learn about osteoporosis prevention and treatment.
Video animation of ruptured or herniated discs. Trauma or injury to the back can cause the cushioning discs to rupture or to protrude (herniate) from the spinal column.
Lower back pain and hip pain? It could be sacroiliac joint (SI joint) pain: watch this short animation to learn more.
In this video, you’ll quickly get basic information about sciatica from Dr. Alex Vaccaro, an orthopaedic surgeon and professor at Thomas Jefferson University.
One of the most common surgeries to relieve sciatica caused by a herniated disc is a discectomy. Dr. Vaccaro explains that this can be done with a minimally invasive procedure.