Chronic back pain can be debilitating. Learn the science behind behavioral medicine strategies that help people cope with back pain, including cognitive behavioral therapy for pain.
You wouldn’t hesitate to help a buddy move. You wouldn’t miss your kids’ soccer games or dance recitals. People count on you — so if you’ve got a health concern, get it checked out.
The ideal sleeping position? It’s on your back, according to physical therapists. But there are options for side sleepers, too. Learn how to sleep to avoid back pain.
Sleep is essential to good health, so it’s a real drag when you wake up every morning stiff or sore. If inflammation is to blame, our eight tips may bring you relief.
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Want to leave the office at the end of the workday without muscle tension and pain? A chiropractor explains simple adjustments to make in your cubicle that make a big difference.
Is driving causing you both stress and physical pain? It could be time to switch up how you sit during your commute or car trips. A physical therapist offers tips to help combat the pain.
As the temperatures heat up, it’s important to take care of your yard, and your back.
The truth on whether or not your bra could be causing you back pain.
Attack pain in your neck and back with these simple, inexpensive massage tools, like foam rollers.
Finding the root cause of back pain can be tricky, because there are so many things that it could be. A rheumatologist explains a few signs that might suggest ankylosing spondylitis, a form of arthritis that affects the spine.