If you live with chronic pain, you know how debilitating it can be. “Spoon theory” helps you explain and quantify the way that pain impacts your ability to complete everyday tasks and activities.
Experts say it’s a good idea to incorporate ginger into your daily diet. Here’s why, along with some healthy, tasty recipes that make ginger the star.
Despite a growing number of states legalizing cannabis, a major association of pain doctors have recommended against using the drug to manage pain.
While Kinesio tape is often used to aid athletic performance, it may also bring relief to osteoarthritis patients.
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Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. But you may have been afraid to try it because of a fear of needles. Our acupuncturist dispels some of the common myths surrounding this ancient medicine.
Trying to decide between ibuprofen and acetaminophen? An experts explains when you should take which medication and why.
Neck pain may signal a shoulder problem, and shoulder pain may signal a neck problem. An expert explains how to tell the difference.
CRPS is a chronic, debilitating disease. A relatively new treatment, dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation, offers phenomenal pain relief for people who need it most.
The pain is relentless, but is it OK to reach for OTC pain killers every day of the week? Can there be too much of a good thing? Read on to find out how pain relievers work and just how much you can safely take.
A recent advisory recommends opioid-free, non-addictive alternatives, like acupuncture, as a first step in relieving pain.