Category Archives: Neck Pain

Jason H. Thompson, MD

Is Your Office a Pain in the Back?

  The New York Times Well blog recently addressed some concerns about back pain among office workers; specifically, the type of back pain experienced by workers who spend their days hunched over computers at their desks. The article discusses the … Continue reading

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Jason H. Thompson, MD

Best Surgical Approach Depends on Diagnosis

I’m often asked by patients who are contemplating surgery about my approach: Will the incision be big? Is it arthroscopic? Do I use lasers? My approach is completely dependent on each patient’s diagnosis and what our experience at the Spine … Continue reading

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David Lundin, MD, FAANS

What is Cervical Disk Replacement? Is it Helpful for Neck Pain?

One of the most common conditions I see in our Neurosurgery Spine Clinic is neck pain and associated shoulder and arm pain due to a disk herniation. The cervical disks are the soft cushions between the vertebrae that act as … Continue reading

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Jason H. Thompson, MD

What about chiropractic?

What about chiropractic? I don’t think a day goes by without my encountering this question — and it’s a good one! Patients will often make comments to me like, “I know you surgeons don’t like chiropractors, but….” Fortunately, that’s just … Continue reading

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