Who would have thought 20 years ago that we wouldn’t be able to live without a little screen in our hands? Our expert gives three tricks to feel better and nix your text neck.
Cervicogenic headaches happen after a neck injury. Find out how to spot this type of headache, what you can do about it and when you should see a doctor.
If you’ve ever been tempted to work from bed before (or maybe if you already do), you might want to rethink the habit. “WFB” can actually cause you more pain than productivity. Here’s what you need to know.
If you spend several hours each day working at a desk, you’ve probably experienced the ache and pain that comes with poor posture before. A chiropractor advises on the best workspace ergonomics.
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Can weather cause joint pain? Falling temperature and barometric pressure, combined with rising humidity, may be to blame. While you can’t control the weather, you can take steps to feel better.
Always have pain or tightness in your neck, back or shoulders? Myofascial release could help. Learn some simple techniques for at-home relief.
If you suffer from chronic neck or chronic lower back pain, there is a minimally-invasive option, called radiofrequency ablation (RFA), that you may want to discuss with your doctor. For some patients, RFA may reduce or eliminate pain for months at a time.
Tight muscles and neck pain are common after an accident. But do you have whiplash? Find out who is at risk and how long the pain may last.
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.