Rooting Out the Cause of Neck Pain

If you suffer from chronic neck pain, you want answers, and you want them fast. The longer you suffer from neck pain, the more depressed, anxious and desperate you can become.  Your discomfort can affect your sleep, and when you’re sleep deprived your experience of pain becomes even worse, putting you on a relentless spiral… Continue Reading

Four Exercises to Ease Neck Pain

Few things can ruin your day like pain in your neck. It often seems to come from out of nowhere, and though we tell ourselves that it will go away, every time you go to turn your head you’re reminded that things simply aren’t normal. It can be excruciating. A number of different things can… Continue Reading

Dealing with Work-Related Back Pain

Back pain can strike at any time, and from myriad sources, but when it is related to your work it is particularly concerning. Though we all know that workers’ compensation exists and is available, the truth is that most people would rather just get better and stick to their regular schedule than tell their boss… Continue Reading

What You Need To Know About Sciatica

If you suffer from sciatica, you’re not alone. Between five and ten percent of the population experience the pain and disruption of sciatica from time to time. Though the condition can be agonizing, the good news that it is generally temporary and eventually goes away. Here’s what you need to know about what it is,… Continue Reading

What’s Causing Your Back Pain?

Back pain is unfortunately common, and it can be caused by a wide range of things. Eight out of ten people will have pain in their backs at some point in their lives, and unless it’s the type that goes away quickly, when it happens to you you’ll want to figure its source out fast… Continue Reading

Antidepressants and Other Conservative Approaches to Treating Back and Neck Pain

When patients seek help from our lumbar and cervical specialty practice in New Jersey, they frequently tell us that they’d prefer to avoid surgery, and we tend to agree. Though there are some situations where a surgical approach is immediately indicated, in most cases we opt for a conservative approach before considering even minimally invasive… Continue Reading