There are almost as many causes of back pain as there are words to describe the pain and related symptoms! Although muscle spasms are the most common cause of back pain, the spine can be susceptible to some of the same problems as other parts of your body (eg, infection). This article summarizes some of […]
When is it a good idea to get a second opinion? Second opinions should strongly be considered when there is a potentially life threatening medical condition, like back surgery, when the proposed treatment options are intensive or demanding, like major surgery, or when there is a chance for a very bad outcome or complication, i.e. […]
Dr. Callewart was just appointed the opportunity to discuss Medicare Reform. Check out these Session Brief below… Session Brief
I am often asked, Doctor Callewart, Do I Need Surgery? My answer is very simple… If it impacts your daily activity, you should consider Surgery. Many conditions can be treated without surgery, but it depends on how it impacts your lifestyle. Watch my video below which discusses this topic further.
Research shows that sitting is the hardest activity on the back, other than lifting weight off the floor from a bent-over position. Some physicians think that many of our modern day back troubles afflict us because we spend most of the day sitting. Research shows that sitting is the hardest activity on the back, other […]
Don’t Let Neck and Back Pain Affect Your Ability to Travel Riding in a vehicle is difficult due to bumps and turns. If you suffer from neck and back problems, getting in and out can be a painful experience. With so many types of vehicles – and so many different types of neck and back […]
Dallas Orthopedic Spine Specialist Dr. Craig C. Callewart discusses nighttime neck and back pain prevention. Just as the mind needs a good night’s sleep to work well the next day, muscles need sleep to recover from soreness. If you sleep well, you will have less pain the next day. Your muscles will be less sore […]
If you’re a frequent computer user, eyestrain, neck fatigue, back pain and Carpal Tunnel syndrome can greatly reduce your quality of life. The following helpful suggestions can make your workplace safer, more comfortable, and less stressful. Top of screen needs to be eye level (or lower, for bifocal wearers). Screen should be 15 to 32 […]