Do you or a loved one suffer from chronic back or neck pain? Is your daily life more challenging because debilitating spinal pain keeps you from being active? Looking for solutions?
Join us tomorrow at 8 PM ET for an informative discussion as we team up with expert host Anthony Berg, MD, of Spine Team Texas to answer your questions.
Dr. Berg, a board-certified anesthesiologist and pain management specialist, is a one of America’s leading pain experts, offering his patients nonsurgical relief for acute and chronic spine pain.
During the chat, Dr. Berg will answer questions regarding:
– Common causes of back and neck pain
– Non-surgical therapies that are available
– Other treatment options
– Advice for talking more effectively with your physician
– How to get on a path to wellness
– And much more!
Dr. Berg completed his residency in anesthesiology at the University of Iowa and his fellowship in interventional pain management at Wake Forest University School of Medicine – Carolinas Pain Institute in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. As an offshoot of his current clinical duties, he is a primary investigator on studies specifically looking at using spinal cord stimulation in the treatment of complex pain problems. In addition, Dr. Berg is the vice president of medical staff and medical director of palliative care at Presbyterian Hospital of Rockwall and is the medical director of the Texas Health Spine Surgery Center of Rockwall.
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PainPathways is the first, only and ultimate pain magazine. First published in spring 2008, PainPathways is the culmination of the vision of Richard L. Rauck, MD, to provide a shared resource for people living with and caring for others in pain. This quarterly resource not only provides in-depth information on current treatments, therapies and research studies but also connects people who live with pain, both personally and professionally.
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