Arthritis pain is a drain on your energy and quality of life — but you don’t have to let it drag you down anymore. With five simple lifestyle tips, alongside nonsurgical pain management, you can take control again.
Millions of Americans suffer from psoriatic arthritis, a joint condition that affects people with psoriasis. If you’re one of those millions of men and women, here are five things you can do to relieve your symptoms and feel better.
Spinal stenosis is a relatively common cause of chronic back and neck pain, and it becomes even more common as you age. Fortunately, there are treatments that can help. Here’s how we can help you find relief for spinal stenosis symptoms.
Gout affects millions of people, and all too often, these men and women assume it’s OK to ignore uncomfortable symptoms. But without medical management, gout can get a lot worse, even damaging your kidneys. Here’s when to see a doctor.
Neck pain is — literally — a pain in the neck, making plenty of activities really uncomfortable. Sometimes, neck pain goes away with some TLC. Other times, it takes a doctor’s care to find relief. Here’s when you should seek medical care.
When your joints hurt, the last thing you want to think about is exercise. But keeping your joints moving can actually help reduce that pain and keep your joints healthy longer. Here’s how exercise can help manage your painful arthritis symptoms.
Herniated discs are a common cause of back and neck pain, and without proper medical care, they can wind up causing serious complications. Early diagnosis and treatment is the key to quick relief. Here are the most common signs to look for.
Sciatica is a common cause of lower back pain that interferes with plenty of activities — even sleep. The good news: Changing a few habits could give you the pain relief you’re looking for. Here are five habits to fix today.
Are you coping with chronic back pain? The problem might be in your spine, not your muscles. Take a few moments to learn more about spinal stenosis, and how this condition can lead to symptoms of back pain.