The full effects of an auto collision aren’t always immediately obvious; symptoms don’t necessarily arrive right away. Know how to tell if you have hurt yourself and what you can do for treatment.
Millions of men and women in the United States suffer from gout. A 2015 study helped us better understand the development of the crystal deposits associated with the disease. Luckily, there are simple and effective prevention and treatment strategies.
Doing laps at the pool is a great way to stay in shape when the temperatures outside rise, but occasionally, unexpected shoulder pain can have you throwing in the towel. Is your front crawl or backstroke breaking your stride? Swimmer’s Shoulder may be to blame.
Sleep and pain can become a vicious cycle. Pain makes it difficult to sleep. What’s worse, according to recent studies, is that a lack of sleep causes additional pain. Here are three holistic, drug-free ways for you to get a good night’s sleep while reducing how much you hurt.
Arthritis causes a great deal of suffering, with more than 50 million Americans currently diagnosed with some form of the disease. Here are early arthritis symptoms so you can get treatment and improve your quality of life.
Although it’s always wise to get professional diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain conditions, you can often tell the difference between arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) by evaluating the symptoms yourself.
Pain is, by it’s nature, incredibly uncomfortable. It’s especially challenging to handle when you can’t identify its source. That’s the basic situation for the 5 million people in the United States who are suffering from fibromyalgia.
Many arthritis patients find that New Year’s resolutions are an easy way to reestablish focus on lifestyle goals.
Most of us know it’s easy to set goals and then gradually let ourselves slide, but New Year’s resolutions can be a great way to get refocused on our core objectives. Here are a few lifestyle improvements you can make at the New Year for arthritis pain relief.