Pain comes in many forms, from a single, flash-in-the-pan pricking sensation to a dull, longer-lasting ache. Pain signals are how the body's central nervous system alerts the brain that it's under distress. Think of how you feel when you burn yourself or fall down: that...

Understanding your pain is the first step to developing a plan for alleviating it. When you can pinpoint your pain and its source, we can begin to assess and address the causes. Whether your treatment plan includes physical therapy, injections, or other treatments, it all...

Living with chronic pain can be exhausting. The difficulties in falling and staying asleep just exacerbate the problem, leaving you even more worn out and overtired. Getting enough sleep, following a well-regulated fitness and exercise routine, and physical therapy can help reduce lower back pain...