Video Presentation: What you need to know about Back & Neck Pain

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Video Presentation: What you need to know about Back & Neck Pain

In this webinar Dr. Athanassious explains spine health and the many reason for back pain. He also talks about when surgery may be indicated, and options that are available for treating back and neck pain. Q&A’s are also included, prompted by webinar attendees. This webinar is highly recommended by viewers for being very informative and easy to understand.

About Dr. Athanassious

Dr. Athanassious

Dr. Christian Athanassious is a board certified spine surgeon with fellowship training in spine surgery from Stanford University. Dr. Athanassious is the Medical Director of The Total Spine Health Program.

An advocate of the whole-body medical approach to treating patients, Dr. Athanassious completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology from UC Davis with the intention of pursuing his medical doctorate. With a thorough background in psychology, Dr. Athanassious never loses sight of the mind and body connection when considering the best treatment for his patients. In the time between graduating from UC Davis and applying to medical school, Dr. Athanassious was a Howard Hughes Scholar working as a research manager, researcher, and anatomy lecturer at UC Davis for premed and medical students while he was studying for the MCAT.

He went on to complete a post baccalaureate in Medical Science at the Drexel University College of Medicine. Graduating at the top of his class, Dr. Athanassious was the only graduate invited to continue on at the same school to complete his Doctorate of Medicine. He then completed his orthopaedic residency at Monmouth Medical Center, and was selected to serve as the Chief Resident in his final year. Throughout his undergraduate studies, graduate studies, and residency, Dr. Athanassious published many award-winning studies on a variety of medical subjects.

More information about Dr. Athanassious is available here: https://bit.ly/DrAthanassious

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