The research is compelling that chiropractic is a safe and effective way to treat lower back pain. The results achieved by this form of care explain why it is advocated by governmental agencies in the United States and United Kingdom.
Chiropractic research for pain in the... Read More
A 2016 study concluded that acetaminophen does not perform well for osteoarthritis patients, neither effectively alleviating pain nor enabling better range of motion. What are a few non-surgical methods of pain relief that work?
OTC medication: popularity exceeding effectiveness
Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are part of the average... Read More
Defined as “pain in any region of the head,” a typical headache is common and usually fleeting. For the 36 million Americans that suffer from migraine headaches every year, that definition hardly explains the suffering of the condition. They cause severe, disabling discomfort, vomiting or nausea,... Read More
Four out of every five knee pain cases resolve by themselves. But sometimes it’s important to see a doctor. Let’s look at why knee pain is so common and four aspects of your symptoms that mean you should see a doctor.
Most knee pain goes away
Everyone... Read More
Recent studies confirm what chiropractors have always believed: adjusting the body to get it into alignment improves circulation and heart health.
The atlas adjustment for better bloodflow
Chiropractic treatment is able to reduce hypertension, according to a study released in 2007, in turn reducing the risk of... Read More
According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 2.5 million older people are treated in emergency rooms every year for fall related injuries, and one of every five suffer serious injuries such as broken bones or head injuries. Many conditions become risk factors for a... Read More
Pain is incredibly common, impacting the lives of a hundred million people globally. Let’s look at the best approach when it comes to heating, icing, and overall recovery.
Pain: a common part of life
According to figures from 1999, 100 million people worldwide suffer with chronic pain.... Read More
Are you looking for alternatives to medication so that you can treat your migraines without side-effects? Natural relief strategies range from exercise to feverfew.
Turning away from medication
You might think that medication is the best solution for treating a migraine. However, drugs may result in side-effects,... Read More
Although symptoms occur in the buttocks, hips, and legs, sciatica falls under the general umbrella of back pain. It results from various health conditions. Here are the six top root causes.
Sciatica as a form of back pain
First, it’s important to note that sciatica is not... Read More
There are many all-natural ways to alleviate neck and back pain. Combining different methods can expedite your recovery.
Many different strategies have been developed to bring relief to people suffering from chronic neck and back pain. Here are some of those that have been advocated by... Read More
Do you think you might have fibromyalgia, or have you already been diagnosed with it? Here is some basic information on this “overall pain” disorder.
What is fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a health condition that involves broad musculoskeletal pain, low energy, sleep disorders, emotional disturbances, and cognitive difficulties.... Read More
Have you been noticing fatigue, fever, numbness, or pain? Your body could be in the early stages of rheumatoid arthritis.
Rheumatoid arthritis is the fourth most common rheumatic disease among Americans (1.5 million adults), behind osteoarthritis (27 million), fibromyalgia (5.0 million), and gout (3.0 million).
RA isn’t... Read More