Doctors Seeing More Neck, Back Pain Related To Working From HomeSpine surgeon Dr. Gbolahahan Okubadejo has been seeing so many back and neck issues from working at home that he's dubbed it "COVID posture and pandemic pain."
Is Sitting The 'New Smoking'? Doctors Say Long Days And Poor Posture Can Cause Widespread HarmCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports that sitting can be just as bad for your neck, back, and shoulders too.
Yoga Could Be The Key To Easing Chronic Back Pain, Study SaysThe study in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that patients doing yoga reported lower overall pain intensity.
Minimally Invasive Procedure Could Put An End To Mystery Back PainBack pain affects everyone at some point. Usually it's due to a bulging disk or some other spinal problem, but sometimes the source is a mystery.
Study Reveals Mind-Body Connection To Ease Back PainA new study reveals a mind-body connection to ease back pain.
Seen At 11: Doctors Say High-Heels Could Be The Answer To Back PainMany women say high heels make them look better, but now, some doctors say they can help you feel better too.
Seen At 11: Some Swear By Homemade Pain Relief DevicesPeople claim they are healing themselves at home with devices so simple you can even make them on your own.
Dr. Max Gomez: New Study Questions The Effectiveness Of Epidural InjectionsResearchers found that after six weeks, injections that combined both epidural steroids and the anesthetic lidocaine were no more effective than lidocaine alone. Even the effects of lidocaine did not last long.
Seen At 11: 'AposTherapy' The Shoe Solution To Hip, Knee, And Back PainIf you suffer from back, knee, or hip pain you may be able to avoid surgery with a surprising fix; your footwear.
Therapeutic Apparel Claims To Help Relieve Back, Neck PainYou've tried just about everything, but your back still twinges, your neck's sore and your shoulders throb. Could the answer to all these aches and pains be your choice of clothing?
Study: Foods Can Help You Fight Back PainBillions of dollars are spent every year on over-the-counter and prescription drugs seeking relief for back pain, but some researchers are saying you need only head to the refrigerator.
HealthWatch: New Minimally Invasive Back Pain TreatmentBack pain affects so many people that it’s the top cause of disability in the workplace – but it’s not easy to treat. Now, patients suffering from one type of back pain have an incredible new option for relief.