What is Chronic Pain? The term “chronic pain,” also known as intractable pain, is used to describe pain that is ongoing, or intermittent, over a period of several months or… read more →
According to a recent report from the CDC, 1 in 5 adults suffer from chronic pain.
Studies have shown that you can reduce arthritis pain while improving joint flexibility and strength with a regular program of exercise. As the new year approaches, there’s no better time… read more →
The end of the year is just around the corner, which is good news for those people who have met their deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums for health insurance. Why? Because… read more →
The human spine is extremely remarkable. Made up of 33 individual bones called vertebrae, it provides the structural framework for the upper body. From supporting our head to allowing us… read more →
Aching joints, osteoarthritis, and other musculoskeletal problems affect most of us as we get older, but women over the age of 50 are afflicted with these conditions more than men.… read more →
The largest joint in the body and vital for movement, the knee endures a great deal of stress from sporting activities like running, jumping, and cycling, as well as from… read more →
It’s hard to know when to see a doctor about knee pain, and even harder, sometimes to know what type of doctor to see. If you suffer from knee pain,… read more →