Back Pain at Work

Back Pain at Work

Low-back pain is a leading cause of job-related disability and missed work in the United States. The pain is so unbearable that Americans spend more than $50 billion per year in an effort to make it go away. If you are experiencing work-related back pain, here are...
How to Prevent Pain with Diet and Exercise

How to Prevent Pain with Diet and Exercise

It hurts when you get up in the morning. It hurts while you’re sitting at your desk. It hurts when you bend over to tie your shoes. From lower-back pain to nagging joint pain in the morning, many people are turning to pharmhealthsiteuticals and NSAID (non steroidal...
A Mind-body Approach to Managing Chronic Pain

A Mind-body Approach to Managing Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a common complaint that affects both the mind and body. In 2011, the Institute of Medicine reported that 100 million American adults experience chronic pain conditions. Worldwide, research indicates more than 1.5 billion people suffer from chronic...
How to Get Rid of That Pain in Your Neck

How to Get Rid of That Pain in Your Neck

You roll out of bed and suddenly you feel it—a stifling pain in your neck. You can’t move your head without feeling an unwelcome twinge, and stretching doesn’t help. What have you done? Chances are, it wasn’t a single movement that caused this pain. Rather, it’s...
3 Stretches for Midday Back Pain

3 Stretches for Midday Back Pain

If you’re like most people, you’ve probably suffered from back pain at one point or another. According to the National Centers for Health Statistics, back pain is the leading cause of disability in Americans under 45 years old. More than 26 million Americans between...