More than one in four adults in the U.S. say they have recently suffered from low-back pain. Americans spend at least $50 billion a year trying to make their backs feel better, but research has raised questions about the effectiveness of common medical approaches like surgery and steroid injections. We examine the latest research and treatment options for bad backs.
Paul Slosar, orthopedic spine surgeon at SpineCare Medical Group
Amy Selinger, physical therapist and owner of Back to Life Physical Therapy
Esther Gokale, creator of The Gokhale Method