A Touch of Grey


Virtually every American will experience back pain at some point in life

Virtually every American will experience back pain at some point in life. But it needn’t turn into a chronic, debilitating condition with no relief in sight. And it may not require surgery or another form of invasive therapy. Fortunately, with today’s technology and the latest science on traditional and integrative medicines, back pain is treatable, and celebrated neurosurgeon Jack Stern, M.D., Ph.D., shows you how to end the suffering for good.

Ginger Alden is an actress and a model, known for her role on the daytime soap opera Capitol. She will talk about her new book, Elvis & Ginger: Elvis Presley’s Fiancee and Last Love Finally Tells Her Story. (Berkley)

Judith Light is an Emmy and Tony award-winning actress best known for TV’s Dallas, Who’s the Boss?, and for her groundbreaking role as Karen Wolek on ABC’s long running soap opera One Life To Live. She will talk about the importance of getting a flu shot. For more information, visit www.NCOA.org/FLU.

Dr. Jack Stern is on the clinical faculty at Weill Cornell Medical College and a board-certified neurosurgeon specializing in spine surgery. He is the co-founder of Spine Options, New York’s first and only facility committed to non-surgical care of back and neck pain. He will talk about his new book, Ending Back Pain: 5 Powerful Steps to Diagnose, Understand, and Treat Your Ailing Back. (Avery)

Steve Weisman

Steve will give an update on Home Depot.


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