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We Need Your Feedback for our Lumbar Herniated Disc Video

mcummingsmmcummings Posts: 5
edited 05/13/2015 - 9:20 AM in Lower Back Pain

Spine-health has produced over 50 new animated videos and we would like your feedback before we start producing our next group of videos.

Please view our Lumbar Herniated Disc Video: Overview of a Lumbar Herniated Disc and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

  1. Is the video too long / too short / or just the right length?
  2. Is the video too complicated / too simple / or easy to understand and follow?
  3. Any other feedback or comments you have to improve the quality of our videos would be helpful

Thanks in advance!

Mark Cummings
Senior Marketing Director



  • Well I guess you could explain in a few words how a person can end up herniating a disc.
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