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How Your Weight Affects Your Sciatica Pain

If you’ve had sciatica, you may go to great lengths to avoid triggering that intense, flaring pain. One of the best ways to prevent sciatica is to do something that improves your overall health, too: Lose weight.

Oct 1st, 2019
The Dangers of Tech Neck

Do your neck and upper back feel sore and painful after a long day spent on your computer or smartphone? If so, you might be suffering from tech neck, a painful but preventable condition.

Sep 1st, 2019
What Makes PRP Therapy So Effective for Chronic Pain?

No one fully understands the toll chronic pain takes on your body. Dealing with pain day in and day out causes fatigue, depression, and in some cases, addiction to medications. Free yourself from that cycle with PRP — your hope for real pain relief.

Aug 2nd, 2019
Is Arthritis Preventable?

Scientists may not know what officially causes arthritis, but studies have shown what can prevent joint pain later in life. Read on to learn how diet and an active lifestyle can help in the long-term.

Jul 1st, 2019
The Best Ways to Manage Your Joint Pain

Have you been feeling pain in your knees or hips that makes walking difficult? Is your shoulder giving you grief? Learn how a pain management specialist can help you get back out there to enjoy life.

May 6th, 2019
What You Should Know About the Pain Caused by a Herniated Disc

It’s quite possible you’ve experienced a herniated disc but never knew about it. These ruptures are common, and they heal spontaneously and without symptoms. However, when they touch nerves, you may develop long-lasting and even chronic pain.

Feb 1st, 2019
Why Physical Therapy Plays Such an Important Role in Recovery

Physical therapy is a standard part of treatment after surgery and certain injuries, yet patients sometimes give it a low priority during their recovery periods. Its ability to reduce pain and speed recovery makes physical therapy an important treatment to

Jan 7th, 2019
5 Tips to Avoid Back Pain

From a sharp stabbing sensation to a throbbing ache, back pain can cause frustrating and even debilitating symptoms. Taking these practical steps in your daily life may help you avoid back pain.

Dec 19th, 2018
3 Interesting Facts About Chronic Headaches

Most people experience headaches occasionally. But unfortunately, about 30 million people in the United States have chronic headaches – those that occur more days than not. If that describes you, check out these three things.

Oct 31st, 2018
Why You Should Never Ignore Sciatic Nerve Pain

If you’ve been living with the inconvenience and annoyance of sciatic pain in your back and legs, you may be risking long-term complications and symptoms that get worse with time. Symptoms are often the same for minor and major sciatic nerve issues.

Sep 21st, 2018
Is Chronic Joint Pain Normal As You Age?

Are your joints becoming increasingly achy? Are you limiting your activities because of chronic joint pain? Though you may have resigned yourself to the daily pain, we’re here to say that pain isn’t normal, and we can help you find relief.

Aug 15th, 2018
Living With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  

Carpal tunnel syndrome accounts for almost half of the at-work lost-time injuries in the United States. Affecting the wrist and hand, this nerve issue can seriously affect your quality of life and ability to function, yet with modest care, pain can often b

Jun 19th, 2018
Best Pillows for Neck Pain

From the moment you get up until you lay your head back down at night, your neck is hard at work. That’s why your choice of a pillow can mean the difference between a thoroughly rested neck and one that starts the day in pain.

Apr 18th, 2018
Using Cognitive Strategies to Relieve Pain

Pain certainly isn’t all in your head. However, your mind plays a powerful role in pain perception. Winning the battle against chronic pain may be as simple as putting your mind to work.

Mar 13th, 2018
Common Exercise Mistakes That Hurt Your Joints

If you’re exercising, then congratulations on your commitment to fitness. You’re bettering your heart and respiratory health, keeping up your stamina, and managing your weight. Sometimes, however, exercise just hurts -- and not in the satisfying, “hard-eff

Jan 23rd, 2018