Hanging upside down may not seem like the obvious way to get back pain relief, but inversion tables have worked for some.
Need some at-home relief for your body? Attack pain in your neck, glutes, back and more with simple, inexpensive massage tools, like foam rollers.
When back pain hits, you want relief — now. Luckily, a few home remedies can help your back feel better. Try these tips the next time your back needs some TLC.
Epidural steroid injections are one of the many tools used to treat back pain. Why do they work better for some people than for others? A pain management specialists explains why in this Short Answer.
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Maybe you love to sleep on your stomach. Or you enjoy falling asleep on your back watching late-night TV. Find out why these habits can lead to pain, and get tips for a comfortable, neck- and spine-friendly sleep.
Here are four ways to help strengthen your back, from exercises to mind-body workouts.
You’ve seen other doctors for your bad back, and it’s not getting any better. When should you seek an evaluation from a pain management specialist? Here’s the Short Answer from one of our experts.
Back injuries are among the most common, whether you’re a committed and competitive athlete or a weekend warrior. Our expert explains common injuries and how to prevent them.
Sleeping on the wrong pillow can cause or worsen neck pain. There’s no one pillow that works for everyone. But these tips can help you find the pillow shape and filler that works best for you.
Back pain can deter you from doing your daily activities. Our expert shares some tips to reduce your chances of suffering from debilitating back pain.