If you’re dealing with back pain during the pandemic, there’s no reason to continue to suffer. A spine health expert explains why it’s still safe to come in and be treated during COVID-19.
Back injuries are among the most common, whether you’re a committed and competitive athlete or a weekend warrior. Our expert explains common injuries and how to prevent them.
If you’re considering a nerve block for severe pain, here are four things to keep in mind according to our expert.
Back pain can deter you from doing your daily activities. Our expert shares some tips to reduce your chances of suffering from debilitating back pain.
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There’s a lot of misinformation about back problems so let a Cleveland Clinic expert set the record straight.
Back pain is a complex problem, but can strengthening core muscles with targeted exercise provide some relief? A physical therapist answers your questions.
You didn’t fall out of a tree recently but still woke up to pain in the lower left part of your back. If that one-sided back pain has you wondering, “Am I OK?” don’t despair. Most of the time, you are, indeed, OK.
Chronic back pain can be debilitating. Learn the science behind behavioral medicine strategies that help people cope with back pain, including cognitive behavioral therapy for pain.
Is it time to see someone for that back pain you’ve had for a few weeks? Get the truth from a spine physician about the chances you’ll need medical care.