Curious about what chiropractors do? The alternative treatments they offer can complement your doctor’s care.
If hip pain is inhibiting your lifestyle, talk to your doctor. Many nonsurgical and surgical options are available to help manage your pain and get you back in the game.
Your recurring headaches may not be migraines after all. Occipital neuralgia, a nerve-induced headache, may feel like a migraine, but isn’t treated the same. Learn the differences.
When you are recovering from an amputation, pain and strange sensations can linger. Fortunately, there are techniques that can help. Find five techniques to deal with phantom limb sensation and pain.
Back problems can masquerade as hip problems. There is a lot of overlap between hip and back pain experts say. Learn more about how to differentiate between the two so you can pursue the most targeted treatment.
Fibromyalgia doesn’t have to rule your life. Coordinated care from a team of experts can help you take charge of this chronic pain condition.
Don’t assume pain in the lower back, cramping in the legs and that “pins and needles” feeling are the result of a problem with your spine. Symptoms of artery disease, arthritis and neuropathy often masquerade as spinal pain.
Roller coasters and other rides can lead to back and neck pain, especially for people with a history of disc problems, arthritis or muscle spasms. Planning ahead and caring for yourself afterward can minimize discomfort.
The health benefits of choosing whole foods like fruits, vegetables and whole grains are nearly endless. One of the primary benefits of nutrient-rich foods is that they can reduce inflammation in the body.
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is as bad as it sounds — severe, spreading chronic pain with redness, fluctuating skin temperature, and sometimes changes in body hair and nail growth. These issues make it hard for most patients to use their affected arm or leg, the body parts that are most often impacted. As if … Read More