Back and Neck Injury/Experts

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Lawrence Gold

U.S.
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Questions concerning: back pain exercises -|- back muscle pain -|- back muscle spasms -|- degenerative disc disease -|- disc bulge -|- dizziness -|- groin pain -|- groin pull -|- lifting injuries -|- lower back pain -|- lower back exercises -|- sciatica -|- whiplash injuries -|- Hanna Somatics -|- headaches -|- back muscle spasms -|- "My back went out." -|- somatics -|- somatic exercises for back pain -|- somatic education -|-

Dr. Naomi Abrams, OTR/L, CEAS

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions regarding prevention and management of back and neck injuries as related to how you work, play, or take care of yourself and home. As both an occupational therapist and ergonomics expert I can help answer questions about strategies to reduce musculoskeletal strain with daily tasks. My background is in occupational therapy and I am able to answer questions regarding specific medical injuries and workers compensation. I cannot answer question regarding medications or medical treatment outside of therapy practice.

Dr. Steve Ornstein

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions regarding neck and back pain treatment and general musculoskeletal conditions. Acute, chronic and degenerative conditions using various methods; exercise, rehabilitation, traction. Pain relief methods and professional quality products via website at http://www.necksolutions.com which can be used at home.

Gary Crowley

U.S.
Available
I can provide step by step instructions and video tutorials on how to self-administer joint pain relief to every area of the body, such as back, neck, jaw, hands, knees, etc. My website http://www.do-it-yourself-joint-pain-relief.com/ provides this service for free to any and all visitors. If you are willing to learn a few very simple techniques there is a very good chance I can show you how to relieve your own chronic joint pain.

Dr. Peter Carr

U.S.
Available
I can answer spine related issues, as well as golf, running, and whiplash related issues. I run a very busy practice in Downtown Seattle, Dynamic Chiropractic Clinic, and sometimes do not get to answer questions every day, but when I do, I'll try my best to answer the question(s) you have.

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2017-03-09 hit head neck and back hurt:

Hi, Carolyn,    The best answer, I give in my article on injuries. | http://somatics.com/recovery_from_injury.htm    Here's information on bulging discs in the neck:  http://somatics.com/whiplash.htm

2017-03-06 hit head neck and back hurt:

There is a very short and concise answer to your question, and that is :  "Yes."     This could absolutely be a flare up of your preexisting condition(s), and it can be the harbinger of worse things to

2017-03-03 Neck Pain:

Hi Rosie,    Sorry to hear about this. Not quite sure what explains your symptoms. With multiple surgeries, biomechanics change and often pressure is put on places that were not meant to be a source of

2017-03-02 cervical spondolysis:

Dear Ujvalla,    Osteoarthritis isn't a disease entity in its own right, but is a consequence of muscular forces causing overcompression of joints. That's likely what made the surgery necessary.    As

2017-03-02 Cervical Spondolysis:

Hi Ujvalla,    I cannot say what treatment would be best for her. She is having some symptoms of myelopathy which may or may not be related to the neck. Further diagnostic testing may be warranted. The

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