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What are the Long-Term Effects of Untreated Whiplash?

Whiplash is such a common injury that you may be tempted to push through the symptoms and wait for your pain to go away rather than seeing a doctor. But untreated whiplash increases your risk for extending the pain and developing long-term problems.
Sep 26th, 2018


Sciatica is neuropathy which involves the thickest and longest nerve of the human body, the sciatic nerve. Sometimes, sciatic pain can be quite painful. Beyond pain, sciatica can affect our lives in many different aspects.
Sep 30th, 2020
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How to Prevent Pain in Your Workspace

It is broadly recognized that sedentary behavior and lack of exercise can lead to obesity and related health problems. What is less well-known is that sitting for long periods significantly enhances people’s risk for developing low back pain.
Nov 22nd, 2019
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Pain and Lifestyle

Pain affects your quality of life. Your lifestyle habits affect your pain levels. Whether you are suffering from acute or chronic pain, your lifestyle could be blamed for it.
Nov 22nd, 2019

7 Tips for How Golfers Can Avoid Lower Back Pain

Golf is a popular sport, but because it’s often thought of as a leisure activity, its health benefits are often overlooked. Luckily, there is ample scientific research into the reasons why and the ways in which golf leads to lower back pain.
May 30th, 2019

What It’s Like to Have Fibromyalgia

People with fibromyalgia tend to experience widespread pain that is accompanied by any combination of: fatigue, mood disturbances, memory problems, and trouble sleeping. Other conditions that often co-occur with fibromyalgia are headaches, irritable bowel
May 2nd, 2019

A New Strategy for Treating Sciatica Pain

Sciatica results when the sciatic nerve is compressed, irritated, or inflamed. The condition may lead to pain and weakness in the back, buttocks, and legs. More than 5 million people in the U.S. suffer from sciatica, but unfortunately, there is no guarante
Apr 15th, 2019

Sleep Well To Avoid Pain: Sleep Deprivation Feeds Chronic Pain

The relationship between sleep disturbance and chronic pain is similar to that of the chicken and the egg scenario. If you have chronic pain, you can’t sleep properly. When you don’t sleep properly, your pain symptoms are likely to worsen.
Mar 22nd, 2019
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The Use of Cannabis in Chronic Pain

Regulations related to cannabis have been changing. As a result, more and more people are beginning to use cannabis for medical purposes. Multiple sclerosis, post-traumatic stress disorder, and nausea and vomiting that occurs with chemotherapy are some of
Mar 14th, 2019