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Americans are estimated to spend as much as $86 billion a year in search of back pain relief, but a new study suggests less can be more when it comes to treatment. TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie reports and sports medicine specialist Dr. Jordan Metzl discusses the study.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Despite guidelines to treat back pain conservatively, the proportion of people prescribed powerful painkillers or referred for surgery and other specialty care has increased in recent years, according to a new study. Full story
From stress fractures to back pain, if you’re struggling from aching body parts, getting your body moving may be the best way to heal. Dr. Sonu Ahluwalia of Cedars Sinai Medical Center explains how you can prevent and ease injuries with exercise.
Bad posture is one of the biggest hidden ways we hurt ourselves, causing everything from back problems to acid reflux. Fitness therapy expert Jill Miller shares how you can get rid of your slouch and straighten up your posture.
Dr. Christopher Gilligan explains various options for people with back pain.
New minimally invasive lumbar surgery helps patients with troublesome back pain. WJAR's Barbara Morse Silva reports.
According to the CDC, the death toll has now reached 8 from a contaminated steroid used to treat back pain that came from a Massachusetts Compounding pharmacy. The next update from the CDC will be at 2PM EST today.
U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken puts on a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation device to relieve his back pain at his home in El Paso, Texas May 20, 2013. Aiken, who served 16 months in Iraq and 13 months in Afghanistan and has been active duty for nearly 10 years, has severe post-traumat
Anah McMahon, L. Ac. adjusts one inch seirin acupuncture needles in the muscles around the spine of Mariah VanHorn to relieve lower back pain, Monday, Sept. 24, 2007, at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago. Researchers at Ruhr University Bochum in Bochum, Germany, found that both rea
388813 01: A photo illustration depicts a person typing May 4, 2001 in Denver, CO. National Academy of Sciences estimates that musculoskeletal disorders such as carpal-tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, and lower back pain cost the nation $45 billion to $54 billion in compensation, lost wages, and lower p