For those of us who are in the workforce, we spend a significant part of the day in front of a screen or driving in the car. Both of these activities contribute to back and neck pain. We have brought together some great tips for eliminating back and neck pain so that when you go […]
There is a lot of overlap between fibromyalgia and polymyalgia rheumatica, so it’s important to know the difference, which may make it easier to treat and find pain relief in the long run. These two conditions are often mistaken for one another, so here we show you how they overlap and how they differ. Confusing […]
There are many different treatment options for someone dealing with an athletic injury. The physician will consider your medical history as well as the severity and type of injury to recommend the most effective type of treatment. Here is a look at a few of those treatment options that a physician may recommend. Athletic Injury […]
Chronic pain comes in many forms. Some people have fibromyalgia, others may be dealing with chronic low back or neck pain. No matter what your circumstance, we all want to find a way to reduce symptoms without medication. That’s where exercise comes in. Exercise is important for keeping your body strong and flexible. When you […]
This week’s blog post is a continuation of yoga series we started last month. This time, there is a focus on upper body pain, particularly the shoulders and neck. Practice these poses at home to help combat any upper body pain you may be experiencing!
Many people have experienced neck tension or pain. But, many aren’t sure how it is caused or how to effectively treat it. However, you’ll be happy to know that it isn’t hard to find relief and manage your chronic neck pain! Here are a few likely causes for your pain, plus some easy tips to […]
Whiplash occurs when the head moves rapidly forward to backward, or upright to either side. This can damage soft tissues and bone structure surrounding the neck. Most people complain of whiplash after a car accident, and it’s important to remember that even a small bump can cause tremendous problems for the neck. This […]
Trigger points are knots that develop within the tissue of a muscle that can cause radiating or referred pain in the neck, back, shoulder, or other parts of the body. The pain from a trigger point may be dull or it may be sharp and stabbing, depending on the location and size.