Here are the five specific muscles that lead to most chronic pain—and the simple exercises that can provide relief.
Cheryl’s soft tissue and joint pain kept her from using her hands for anything but the most vital tasks. Here, the diet and home changes that resolved it completely.
Fascia, which connects muscles, organs and bones, affects chronic pain, posture and movement. Here, the best exercises and therapies for fascial health.
When this ballerina developed excruciating sciatic pain, a combination of physical therapy and injection techniques enabled her to leap off the table.
The rug merchant’s chronic back pain stemmed from the joint between his hip and sacrum. This naturopathic doctor was able to correct it in seconds.
: Working at home in a makeshift office and hunching over your laptop is putting you at risk for head, neck and back pain. Here’s how to avoid it.
Lefties, take note! If writing causes you hand and/or wrist pain, here’s the mistake you’re probably making…and the simple solution for relief.
Relieving pain is never easy. But describing your pain the right way can help ensure you get the right treatment. Read on…
Oxygen (ozone) therapy provides faster healing from soft tissue and joint pain. Patients regain range of motion…walk with ease…and sleep solidly again.
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Dr. Eric Goodman joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss foundation training.
When Amy developed chest pains during a recent airline flight she feared a heart problem, but her worrisome symptoms actually had a simple solution.
Pain in your back, chest or belly that eludes diagnosis could be a rib that’s slipped out of place. Here’s how to get the right diagnosis...and treatment.
Americans rely on a wide range of treatments to ease chronic pain. But Traditional Chinese Medicine is largely overlooked. What you need to know…
“Wilfred” developed acute abdominal pain. While all the tests came back normal (the doctor blamed it on gas)…but “nothing” just didn’t feel correct…
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