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6. Noninvasive Treatments for Low Back Pain

According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, 90 percent of people with low back pain will recover within a month even without any treatment. Thus, acute and subacute pain is best managed conservatively.
The latest guidelines by the American College of Physicians (Annals of Internal Medicine, April 2017) strongly

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Gum Disease May Play a Role in Rheumatoid Arthritis
An oral bacterium linked to gum disease may also initiate rheumatoid arthritis-related autoimmunity, reported researchers at the 2018 Annual European Congress of Rheumatology in June. Porphyromonas gingivalis is the only human pathogen associated with the generation of citrullinated proteins, the researchers explained,

Fibromyalgia: Shedding Light on a Mysterious Condition

Fibromyalgia: Shedding Light on a Mysterious Condition

Fibromyalgia is a relatively new disease: It wasn’t until 1981 that the first controlled study to identify symptoms of fibromyalgia was published. And it wasn’t until 2005 that the American Pain Society issued the first treatment guidelines for fibromyalgia.

So exactly what is fibromyalgia? It’s “a generalized soft tissue pain syndrome

Ease the Pain of Spinal Stenosis

As you get older, you are at increased risk for spinal stenosis, a condition that can cause pain in your lower back and legs. Spinal stenosis occurs when the spinal canal—the hollow space within the vertebrae that contains the nerve roots and spinal cord—becomes narrower.
The spinal canal often narrows due

Degenerative Disc Pain? Here’s How to Manage It

Degenerative Disc Pain? Here’s How to Manage It

Your spine is subjected to immense wear and tear over your lifetime. Fortunately, it comes with its own inbuilt shock absorption system—one that’s designed to counter the forces placed on it by the motion involved in day-to-day life, as well as physical exercise and (often improper) body mechanics. This shock

Finding Help: Fibromyalgia Pain and Treatment

Finding Help: Fibromyalgia Pain and Treatment

In the world of medicine, fibromyalgia is a relatively new disease. The first controlled study that validated the symptoms of fibromyalgia was published in 1981, and the American Pain Society issued the first treatment guidelines for fibromyalgia pain in 2005.

“Fibromyalgia is a generalized soft tissue pain syndrome characterized by widespread

Finding Help for Fibromyalgia

In the world of medicine, fibromyalgia is a relatively new disease; the first controlled study that validated the symptoms of fibromyalgia was published in 1981, and the American Pain Society issued the first treatment guidelines for fibromyalgia in 2005.

“Fibromyalgia is a generalized soft tissue pain syndrome characterized by widespread or

Stop Hurting: Explore Treatment Options for Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can diminish your quality of life and limit your ability to perform daily activities, whether it’s a result of surgery, a compressed disc, arthritis, or some other cause.
Unfortunately, too many women aren’t getting the help they need to manage their pain. According to a report issued earlier this

Ease the Pain from Spinal Stenosis with Simple Exercises

If you have arthritis and/or a previous injury to the spine, you are at risk for spinal stenosis—a narrowing of the space at the center of the spine, in the canals where nerves branch out from the spine, and/or in the space between the vertebrae.
“The narrowing of the

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