Chronic Pain

    Pain Management: What Is It?

    Pain management is a branch of medicine that applies science to the reduction of pain. It covers a wide spectrum of conditions including neuropathic pain, sciatica, postoperative pain and more.

    Each individual is the best judge of his or her own pain. Feelings of pain can range from mild and occasional to severe and constant.

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Body Pain

Heat Therapy and Its Benefits

What is Heat Therapy? Heat therapy has been a treatment option for many years. It is enjoying a comeback as an ...

Hip Joint Pain: Causes and Treatment

Hip joint pain is a fairly common disorder. People suffering from hip joint pain tend to have limited mobility. This ...

Spinal Stretches for Body Pain Relief

The spine plays such a vital role in body pain relief. Impulses from the brain travel through nerves that exit ...

Sleeping with Body Pain

We are likely never more alone than when we are experiencing chronic pain, and we're up, awake, in the middle ...

Observing the Pain Body to Reduce Body Pain

If you follow any of the practices of mindfulness, you have probably heard of the pain-body. Oprah talked about it ...

How to Overcome Morning Stiffness and Pain

Do you find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning because your body is too stiff or ...

How to Sleep with Body Pain

The experience of body pain while trying to sleep is a cause of distress for millions of people. It seems ...

Arthritis Joint Pain

Arthritis Relief: Climbing Stairs

Arthritis is, fundamentally, painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints. Stiffness in key weight bearing joints (such as the hips, knees, back) can lead to poor posture.

Gentle exercise is one way of reducing the effects of arthritis. Climbing stairs is an easy, low impact, and easy to do activity which may help you get arthritis and joint pain relief.


How to Cope with Fibromyalgia

Some research suggests that fibromyalgia has some connection to a defect in one of the body’s key metabolic pathways.

Existing with chronic fibromyalgia pain is not easy, especially immediately after being diagnosed.

It is never easy to make the transition from seeing yourself as an active, productive, and healthy individual to a person who experiences chronic, unexplained pain.

Muscle Joint Pain

Joint Protection Tips and Strategies

Reducing Joint Pain:

Joint protection methods offer an efficient way to prevent and control arthritis pain. Pain and inflammation is a sign of joint disintegration or destruction. If you feel pain in your joints while doing an activity, you should stop doing that activity immediately. Even though exercise is good for you, too much exercise can lead to joint wear and tear. Running, for example, can stress the joints of the knees and hips. A better alternative would be to walk on a soft surface, or do low impact exercises, like swimming.

Back Muscle Pain

Lower Back Pain Relief

Lower back pain is one of the most common conditions in those suffering from chronic pain. Our lower backs are responsible for helping us sit, stand, and move comfortably, so it’s no wonder that thousands of people seek advice, each year, on how to best achieve lower back pain relief.

As with any kind of chronic pain, treatment should always try to address the source of the problem, not just the symptoms. In many cases, lower back pain is caused by weakened abdominal muscles. Weak abdominal muscles don’t provide the proper support to the lower back, and can cause the back to pull out of alignment more easily.