BackQuack, a recently released video game, lets gamers play the best or worst doctor. By joining a “good” or “evil” clinics, players can win points and accolades or prison time. The player can fill the role of doctor or patient, learning about our health care system along the way. Players (in the “patient” role) can even enter their own information to learn more about back pain specific to them. Developed by the UM3D Lab with Dr. Andrew Haig and funding from the Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation, the game is part of a multimedia package that includes pamphlets, books, and events–all with the purpose of teaching people about the real causes of backpain and best treatment practices.