Dr. Neubardt and Dr. Stern, New York Neurosurgical and Orthopedic Spine Surgeons
Dr. Neubardt and Dr. Stern, New York Neurosurgical and Orthopedic Spine Surgeons, describe their approach to treating back and neck pain. The spine team encourages non-surgical approaches first and leaves surgery as the last resort. If spine surgery is required, the spine surgeons use the latest cutting edge technology and minimally invasive procedures to ensure your safety in the operating room. Dr. Neubardt and Dr. Stern work together to provide you with the best experience and strive to minimize pain after surgery.
Dr. Jack Stern Discusses Back Pain on New York's ABC News Now
Dr. Jack Stern, founder of Brain and Spine Surgeons of New York, discusses back pain with Taynya Rivero on New York's ABC News Now. Back pain affects 85% of Americans, according to the National Institute of Health. Back pain is most often caused by muscle weakness and repetitive actions that put strain on the lower back, such as raking leaves or gardening. Dr. Stern recommends methods to alleviate lower back pain, discusses treatment options and diagnosis, as well as how to stretch and strengthen the lower back.
12 On Health: Relief for Back Pain
Dr. Jack Stern, named eight consecutive years one of "New York's Top Docs" and the founder of Brain and Spine Surgeons of New York, discusses a popular topic with 12 On Health: back pain. In this segment, Dr. Stern addresses how the holiday season can influence the amount of back pain you experience, as well as how to reduce your chance of sustaining injury when raking leaves and shoveling snow. Topics include stress' effect on back pain, prevention tips for the busy holiday rush, as well as safe ways to alleviate pain at home.
Dr. Stern on Natasha Richardson's Skiing Accident
Neurosurgeon and founder of Brain and Spine Surgeons of New York, Dr. Jack Stern, discusses actress Natasha Richardson's traumatic skiing accident in which she sustained a head injury. Dr. Stern addresses the neurological concerns such as seeking medical advice in a timely manner, as well as what may have caused internal bleeding and brain damage. While skiing itself is not a dangerous sport, injuries should always be addressed by a qualified orthopedic spine and neurological expert.