10 Tips to Make Your Spine Care Experience Safer
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Young Adults, Women at Risk for Neck Pain from Tablet Computers
NEXT LEVEL OF TECH NECK PAIN

Young Adults, Women at Risk for Neck Pain from Tablet Computers

With Szu-Ping Lee, PT, PhD
Why are young people and women susceptible to tablet-related neck pain, and how to apply this study’s findings in your daily life.
 
Could an SI joint problem cause your low back pain?SI-Bone
SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN QUIZ

SI Joint Pain Quiz

Do you have sacroiliac (SI) joint pain?
Studies show that the SI joint is a source of pain in 15-30% of patients with chronic low back pain.
Take this short quiz to find out.
 
Role of Electrodiagnostic Testing in Your Spine Care
MUSCLE/NERVE TESTING

Role of Electrodiagnostic Testing in Your Spine Care

By Stewart G. Eidelson, MD
Has your doctor recommended electromyography and/or nerve conduction velocity testing to explain symptoms, such as numbness and/or tingling sensations, muscle cramping, or weakness in an extremity?
 
10 Tips to Make Your Spine Care Experience Safer
HEALTHCARE SAFETY TIPS

10 Tips to Make Your Spine Care Experience Safer

By Amer Khalil, MD
Think your health and safety is solely in the hands of your doctor? Think again.
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