Types of Neck Pain
Neck pain is a broader term concerning discomfort anywhere in the neck area, and in some cases extending down to the upper back and shoulder.
Characteristics of neck pain include:
Muscle ache or spasm
Discomfort in the neck, upper back or shoulders
Stiffness in the neck area
A reduced range of motion or ability to turn the head
Pain that radiates down one or both arms (and sometimes the legs)
Dr. Jeff Marksberry
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Jeff Marksberry is a medical communications and scientific research specialist who has spent his career on the cutting edge of the electromedical products and medical device industries. Prior to joining Oska Wellness, Dr. Marksberry spent nine years as the chief science and clinical officer at Electromedical Products International Inc., where he provided leadership and strategic insight, and implemented global regulatory activities, clinical research and scientific communications. He also served as a clinical expert to support consult requests from the U.S. Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs Medical Center, as well as civilian physicians, healthcare professionals, payers and patients.
Dr. Marksberry received his M.D. from Saba University School of Medicine, Netherlands Antilles. He has conducted grand rounds at Walter Reed Military National Medical Center, Camp Lejuene, Camp Pendleton and Ft. Hood, and at over 30 Veterans Affairs hospitals across the U.S. He is a Certified Clinical Research Professional and a Fellow of American Institute of Stress, and has been published by the American Psychiatric Association, PTSD Journal, Practical Pain Management, Bioelectromagnetic Medicine and Army Medical Department Journal.