5 common Myths About Medical Marijuana

Many medical experts including doctors and researchers have admitted that medical marijuana is a much safer pain management medicine than opioids and yet people continue to have misconceptions about the use of medical marijuana. These misconceptions have arisen due to a lot of misinformation about medical marijuana that was spread over the years. Today we […] Continue reading

How Weight Loss Can Help With Pain Management

We all know that maintaining a healthy weight is important to decrease serious health ailments like heart disease, hypertension, diabetes etc. but we often overlook how maintaining a healthy weight can help us manage chronic pain. Research shows that people who are overweight usually experience more chronic joint pain as the extra weight over burden […] Continue reading

Getting An Understanding Of Chronic Pain

Nobody wants to suffer from any form of pain, and the worst is the pain that just won’t go away – chronic pain. There has been a survey conducted by Boston Scientific which showed that out of over 500 people who were suffering from chronic pain, 60% of them were dissatisfied with their treatments or […] Continue reading

Understanding Neck Pain

Neck pain occurs any time your neck is hurting. This is a common issue with many underlying causes. Your neck has a big job. It’s responsible for holding up your head, which weighs as much as a bowling ball (about 11 lbs). The bones, muscles, and ligaments at the top of your spine support your […] Continue reading

Spinal Conditions that Mostly Affect Women

Many women deal with conditions that cause back pain, especially those that are over the age of 50. Many conditions are more common, or even exclusively found in women. In this article, we’ll be going over seven of the most common back pain causes for women. Endometriosis Because it is a gynecological condition, endometriosis is […] Continue reading

How To Describe Chronic Sciatica Pain

Chronic sciatica pain can be debilitating for those who suffer from it. If you have it, you’ve likely tried to explain your pain to friends and family. However, it can be difficult to accurately describe your pain to someone that has never felt it. Sciatica is a common condition, but it is less understood by […] Continue reading

Five Ways To Cope With Chronic Pain

Have you ever broken a bone? (If not, lucky you.) If so, think back to the last time you broke a bone. Maybe you fell off the monkey bars at recess. Perhaps you were fouled going up for a lay-up. Maybe, the last time you broke a bone wasn’t all that long ago, not a […] Continue reading