Back pain arises from a variety of causes. Although this form of pain can be excruciating, the good news is that you can often reduce it through easy do-it-yourself tactics.
What causes lower back pain?
Usually pain in the back is specifically in the lower back. Lower... Read More
Many people are unaware that migraine is a serious condition, the eighth leading cause of disability worldwide. Understanding migraine requires understanding the top triggers of attacks.
Overview of migraine
To put it simply, migraine causes a huge amount of suffering. A total of 38 million Americans of... Read More
Millions of Americans suffer from diabetic neuropathy. There are various possible causes. Exercises are a great way to treat this condition, but it’s important to protect yourself with expert advice.
Statistics & causes
Neuropathy is incredibly common, impacting 1 in 4 American adults (25-30%). Among those with... Read More
Are you one of the many people in the United States suffering from peripheral neuropathy? Simple pain-relief strategies can help, including lifestyle adjustments, DIY tactics, and alternative medicine approaches.
Millions experience peripheral neuropathy
Approximately 20 million Americans suffer from peripheral neuropathy (PN), damage or dysfunction in the... Read More
People suffering from sciatica often find that chiropractic treatments are effective in reducing their symptoms. Here is some information on proper diagnosis and therapies used by chiropractors.
The critical nature of diagnosis
It’s important to know when you experience sciatica that you are identifying the type and... Read More
Knee OA restricts movement for millions
A 2014 study found that one of the best ways to treat knee osteoarthritis (OA) is extraordinarily simple: go for a walk. In the study, published in Arthritis Care & Research in June, the scientists found that walking an extended... Read More
If you’re experiencing shoulder pain from a sport or another activity, determine if it’s serious. To recover, exercises and other therapies can help.
Shoulders injured in sports and around the house
About 7.5 million Americans visit medical providers each year with complaints of shoulder pain, with rotator... Read More
If you have ever suffered from golfer’s elbow or tennis elbow, you are aware that these injuries can be uncomfortable, frustrating, and make it difficult to play the sport you love and conduct day-to-day activities.
What are tennis elbow & golfer’s elbow?
Both tennis elbow and golfer’s... Read More
Simple exercises can help alleviate the foot pain of neuropathy.
Neuropathy is damage to the peripheral nerves, leading to numbness, tingling, weakness, and pain. The symptoms are typically experienced in the hands or feet.
Many people suffer from peripheral neuropathy (PN) – over 20 million Americans, according... Read More
General purpose of a knee brace
Braces are essentially attempting to stabilize the knee so that it can heal and to prevent reinjury. If your kneecap was dislocated, a brace keeps it in the right position when you’re physically active. If you just had an operation... Read More
Sports medicine physicians have always treated ankle sprains, but in the past, many patients suffered from ongoing problems. Researchers responded by creating new approaches that couple specially designed manual therapy techniques with exercises.
Reinjury occurs with 4 in 5 ankle sprains
Just under 1% of the population... Read More
Are you suffering from back pain? SRS Therapy™ could be a crucial part of your recovery strategy.
SRS and patient satisfaction
Spine Reconditioning System: two steps
Why healthy spinal discs are critical
SRS and patient satisfaction
SRS stands for Spine Reconditioning System. It is a standardized approach to alleviate pain... Read More