Patients suffering from cervical disc herniation pain have all types of stress associated with the condition. You are in pain You are not sleeping. You are not working well. This creates tensions in the home. He can feel that everyone hates him. You can hate yourself. Sounds familiar?
If so, you are not alone. In the previous video, Dr. Seth Neubardt, a surgeon in the upper cervical spine in New York, says it is common for patients suffering from pain from a herniated disc in the neck to experience depression and anxiety. This could be aggravated by loss of sleep and inability to work.
Patients who suffer from cervical herniated disc pain report a great benefit in involving a psychologist in their care, says Dr. Neubardt. Psychology as a non-surgical treatment can be an invaluable resource to help you face the problems you face with a herniated disc. Watch the video to listen more.
After watching it, you may also be interested in the video "How do I control the pain of a cervical disc hernia?" In.
Also see the playlist of videos that cover all types of non-surgical treatment available for a cervical herniated disc. It's in
And you can visit the website of Dr. Neubardt and Dr. Stern in, to learn everything you want to know about the condition and treatments.
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