BALTIMORE - If you’ve ever had neck pain, you know it is one of the most uncomfortable things you experience. The same can be said for back pain. Neck and back pain are very common and very treatable. Whether it’s through treatment or surgery, there are options out there to ease the pain.
Dr. Daniel Sciubba knows all about this. He’s an assistant professor of neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery and co-director of the Spinal Column Biomechanics and Surgical Outcomes Lab at Johns Hopkins. He was also a guest on Good Morning Maryland at 9:00. He came into the studio to talk about treatments and surgeries.
Dr. Sciubba also will be an upcoming speaker at a special seminar called A Woman’s Journey. A Woman's Journey, The Johns Hopkins Medicine annual women's health conference, provides new and compelling information about important issues affecting women's health. From nutrition and improving your memory to heart disease and cancer, this one-day program offers many seminars, all taught by Johns Hopkins physicians. A Woman’s Journey is taking place November 20th.
If you’d like more information on neck and back pain, or A Woman’s Journey, click on the video box to the left.
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