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.
When you have aches and pain, you might find yourself reaching for a bottle of pain relievers more than you’d like. But there is a free and simple way to reduce those aches: meditation.
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.
If you’ve got pain, from arthritis or an injury, here’s when you might benefit from seeing a pain specialist.
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Chronic pain sufferers often deal with insomnia. Experts find behavioral therapy to be the single most effective treatment. Learn more about cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia.
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.
If you live with arthritis pain, you’re probably familiar with at-home fixes such as ice and heat packs, stretching routines, pain relievers and simply putting your feet up and taking a break.
A doctor who understands your pain and the challenges it brings to your life has the best opportunity to find effective treatments. Here’s how you can have more productive conversations about pain with your doctor.
Back pain is a complex problem, but can strengthening core muscles with targeted exercise provide some relief? A physical therapist answers your questions.
A neurologist discusses what might be causing your nightly pain and how to find relief.