Many people who suffer from back pain undergo an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) test to provide physicians with a picture of the intervertebral disks. Learn about MRIs and back pain.
If sitting still all day long at work leaves you feeling like you just spent eight hours lifting heavy boxes, you're not alone. About eight out of 10 people report having some back pain, and our desk chairs could be to blame. See more »
There are many treatments for back pain. Traditional methods involve medication or surgery. However, there are many alternate methods available for treating back pain and new ones are being discovered all the time. Take this quiz to see how much you know about alternative back pain treatments. See more »
There is a wide range of back pain treatments available, depending on the type and extent of the problem. Many of them do not guarantee a pain-free outcome, but are used to increase the patient's functional level and stop the progression of injury. Take this quiz to see what you know about back pain treatments. See more »