Back pain never takes a time out.

Sooner or later, most physically active people will experience back pain from a long list of potential causes. Some back problems are simple to correct, while others are more complicated and may require specialized diagnosis and treatment. Persistent back pain that compromises daily activities should not be ignored. For more information on back pain, visit orthoinfo.org or nata.org.

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Year Released: 2010

With Her Baby on the Way, Conchita Chediak Thought it Was Time to Put Back Pain Behind Her.

Conchita Chediak was 41 and five months pregnant when a herniated disc threatened permanent nerve damage. Thanks to a resourceful surgical approach, Conchita's back - and her daughter Leila - came through the operation with flying colors. For more information on preventing and treating back pain, contact the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

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Getting you back in the game.
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

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Year Released: 2001

 

 

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