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Neck Pain Blog Posts
Tips to Protect Your Spine in Warm Weather
Sharad Rajpal, MD
| Jul 03, 2018
Enjoy the benefits of warmer weather without any back or neck injuries by incorporating these tips into your summer plans.
3 Reasons Why Staying Active Benefits the Neck
Alan Villavicencio, MD
| Mar 08, 2018
Find out why exercise is particularly important for the joints, muscles, and other soft tissues of the neck.
Whiplash Symptoms May Be Hard for Others to Understand
Zinovy Meyler, DO
| Jan 24, 2018
Whiplash symptoms can vary and evolve over time.
The Essential Role of the Psoas Muscle
Stephen P. Falatyn, MD
| Jan 22, 2018
The psoas muscle plays an important role in helping us walk and maintain a healthy posture.
3 Things to Know About Neck Motion After ACDF
David DeWitt, MD
| Jan 08, 2018
Will ACDF drastically affect your quality of life?
Will Surgery Make Your Neck Pain Better or Worse?
Vamsi Kancherla, MD
| Oct 09, 2017
Is neck surgery the right option for you? Ask yourself these two questions to find out.
How Cervical Radiculopathy Causes Pain, Numbness, and Weakness
| Jun 06, 2017
Cervical radiculopathy refers to a set of symptoms that can be caused by any number of problems in the cervical spine.
Cervical Epidural Steroid Injections Can Bring Neck and Arm Pain Relief
| May 09, 2017
A cervical steroid injection can ease your pain and get you moving again.
Cervical Disc Replacement Surgery Can Relieve Pain, Numbness, and Weakness
| Apr 25, 2017
An artificial cervical disc can help ease the pain, weakness, and numbness that may be caused by a cervical herniated disc.
4 Myths about Back and Neck Pain
| Mar 23, 2017
Myths and misinformation about back pain and neck pain is widespread; we are here to set things straight.
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