chronic back pain

Rewire Your Brain For Better Pain Management

Sometimes, in chronic pain, the pain-signaling neurons become hyperexcited and continue to fire despite the absence of the cause of injury. For example, with the herpes-zoster infection (shingles), the rash disappears, leaving no evidence of the virus in the bloodstream, but the damaged nerves continue to fire, causing continuous debilitating … Read More

Manage Lower Back Pain At Home

“What can I do to at home to manage back pain?”  The easy answer to this question is to stay active. Slow and steady wins the race, and the same is true in dealing with low back pain. Take it one step at a time whether you’re eager to get … Read More

Back Pain Treatments That Work

Recent research (The Lancet, March 21, 2018) suggests that many people with back pain are getting risky treatments that may not work, including potentially addictive opioid painkillers and surgery. The same study points to a combination of physical and psychological therapies as helpful when it comes to easing discomfort and … Read More

Doctors Near Me: How to Find Integrative Physicians

You've likely heard—or asked—this question more than once: "How do I find good doctors near me?" Locating a physician close to your home can be a daunting task, especially if you're looking for one who will support increasingly popular "natural medicine" practices: Limited pharmaceuticals Treating the root cause 'Finding a … Read More

Why Can’t I Sleep? Remedies for Sleep Disorder

Suffering from bouts of insomnia—and not exactly sure of what's causing it? You’re not alone. There are millions of people just like you who wonder, "Why can’t I sleep?" Anyone who has to ask that question may benefit from these common-sense behaviors, each of which can lead to a better … Read More

How Does Acupuncture Work?

Chronic pain without the hope for relief is a reality for too many people. Sadly, the shocking truth is 46 percent of the people suffering from chronic pain never obtain adequate pain relief from conventional medicine therapies such as pharmaceutical pain pills or injection therapy.[1] So where do you turn? … Read More

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