Home Tags Pain
Research has found that imbalanced activation of the neck muscles related to sleep posture can be a cause of neck & shoulder musculoskeletal pain.
A new addiction medicine fellowship aims to expand the number of addiction specialists to close gaps in addiction treatment.
The medical community and federal regulators must ensure that risks and benefits of marijuana and CBD being used for medical reasons are properly researched
Chronic knee pain due to injury of the cartilage is common, however, many people are afraid of surgery. They need to understand current treatment options.
Plantar fascia release is an invasive procedure that should only be considered in very severe cases that can not be resolved with conservative treatments.
When people are admitted to substance abuse treatment centers, they must be screened for other physical and mental conditions to get the best care.
Studies demonstrate the potential benefit of virtual reality (VR) for pain management. The hope is that VR will be a viable alternative for opioids for some patients.
Various types of movement therapy (yoga, tai chi, Feldenkrais), used alone or combined, help minimize pain and leave your body and mind feeling better.
Here are 11 questions you should ask yourself before you see a healthcare professional about your pain.
Until recently, there have been very few rigorous studies, published in reputable journals, that show that acupuncture is effective at treating pain, the primary clinical indication for its use. A well-designed study on pain related to the use of aromatase inhibitors in breast cancer may change that finding.
Finding effective and safer alternatives to pain management is essential in the fight against the opioid epidemic.
Research shows that a mind-body approach to chronic pain can result in a decrease in pain similar to what one might find with opioids.
12Page 1 of 2