If you want a healthy spine and back, it’s important that you always keep good posture. To help you, we’ve compiled a list of 5 tips for how you can go about doing so.More
It’s easy to ignore your usual workout regimen or being active because of your pain. It’s easy to assume that exercising will only cause you more pain, however you’d be surprised that exercise is actually a great way to ease your pain.
We have compiled some of our favorite exercises that are especially beneficial for individuals experiencing pain.More
If you have yet to hear, Will Smith’s latest role will be playing Dr. Bennet Omalu, the brave doctor who took a stand against the NFL by sharing his medical findings: chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in American football players.More
$20,000 a year – That is how much on average the individual patient pays for bills and prescriptions according to new research. These expenses range from office visits, pharmacy usage, all the way to hospitalization.More
For individuals experiencing pain in the back or neck, exercise and physical therapy serve as perhaps the most important options of non-surgical treatment available. In some cases, they are applied to help provide relief from the pain or as a form of rehabilitation following a surgical procedure. However, when both exercise and physical therapy are applied together, they can help provide pain relief.More