Sometimes herniated disk pain can be intermittent. A spin specialist explains why that might be.
Anybody who has ever experienced a herniated disk before knows how painful it can be. A spine surgeon explains what’s actually happening and how to find relief.
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.
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.
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