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.
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.
Neck pain may signal a shoulder problem, and shoulder pain may signal a neck problem. An expert explains how to tell the difference.
While many of us associate torn rotator cuffs with baseball, people older than age 45 are increasingly at risk for this injury.
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If you’re considering a nerve block for severe pain, here are four things to keep in mind according to our expert.
Get answers to common questions about how doctors may use cortisone injections to provide pain relief for joint pain.
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 have shoulder impingement, stretching exercises can provide relief. Our expert explains.
There are a number of possible causes of shoulder pain, but the most common causes of shoulder pain are rotator cuff injuries, rotator cuff tears and osteoarthritis.