Neck & Back Pain
Most people have back and neck pain from time to time. Some people have ongoing pain that gets in the way of their everyday activities. Either way, our topics can give you helpful tips on how to treat, manage, and avoid back and neck pain.
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I'm wondering what my back pain is?
The road to understanding what may be causing your pain can seem overwhelming when you aren't sure where to look. Learn about back pain conditions and treatment options.
Learn more about conditions that cause back pain.
Learn more about conditions that cause neck pain
The neck—or cervical spine—is a coordinated network of nerves, bones, joints, and muscles directed by the brain and the spinal cord. It is designed for strength, stability, and nerve communication. Commonly, there are a number of problems that cause pain in the neck. Additionally, irritation along the nerve pathways can cause pain into the shoulder, head, arm, and hand. Irritation of the spinal cord can cause pain into the legs and other areas below the neck.