May 12th, 2018
May 2nd, 2018
Middle back pain can often be the result of poor posture throughout the day, as well as weakened core muscles that don’t properly support the spine. Practicing these 5 middle back pain exercises can help strengthen your core and reduce back pain.
April 25th, 2018
If you find your lower back pain to be a constant disruptor in your life, know that you’re not alone. Lower back pain is very common. In fact, 31 million Americans experience lower back pain at any given time. If you’re suffering from lower back pain, could spinal fusion surgery be the answer?
April 10th, 2018
March 30th, 2018
March 20th, 2018
Arthritis sufferers are all too familiar with pain, but since there are so many types of arthritis, the kind of pain, as well as the treatment, can vary greatly from person to person. Polyarthritis is a term used when four, five, or even more joints are affected with arthritic symptoms, including inflammation, swelling, stiffness, lumps, and, of course, the well-known symptom of pain. While polyarthritis is a word that can be used simply to describe the high number of joints involved in arthritis, it is often associated with a chronic autoimmune or temporary viral condition
March 7th, 2018
February 18th, 2018
There are a number of resources out there for living with chronic pain, and for good reason. The majority of the attention should always be given to the people actually in pain. They’re the ones who have to schedule their life around their pain, and they’re the ones who have to find treatments to make their pain more bearable. To upstage that with sympathy pains is just disrespectful.
February 1st, 2018
One of the less obvious causes of pain is often our posture. Between desk jobs, computer screens, and smartphones, our bodies spend a significant amount of time in positions that cause harm to our joints, and lead to pain. In fact, 31 million Americans suffer from low back pain, often caused from sitting too long or bad posture.
January 8th, 2018
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January 2nd, 2018
December 13th, 2017
Chronic neck pain can often be the result of poor posture, lack of strength in the muscles, or both.1 If left untreated, this problem only continue to worsen, leading to decreased neck function as the pain worsens.2 Doing neck pain exercises result in having stronger muscles to support your neck, and will likely result in less neck pain. This can also help with pain associated with bulging disks. Stronger muscles supporting the spine often helps alleviate the pain from the disk injury.
December 7th, 2017
Chronic pain can often be hard to identify and even harder to talk about. Many who suffer from chronic pain often don’t speak with their healthcare professionals about it because they’re afraid they’re making it up. However, 11% of Americans suffer from chronic pain while 15% report suffering from “severe pain.” I’m going to walk you through how to identify your chronic pain and what can be done about it.