You already know that pregnancy and childbirth aren’t easy on the body. But you might not think about the way the added weight of a baby can impact the joints. Let’s talk about a lesser-known side effect of pregnancy and childbirth: joint pain.
If you’re living with hip pain, you probably want to do everything you can to prevent it from worsening. All too often, though, little habits contribute to growing discomfort. Here are three you should avoid.
While researchers still hunt for the source of fibromyalgia, we learn more about it all the time. And one thing is abundantly clear: Women are diagnosed with fibromyalgia much more frequently than men. Here, we look at why.
Your body’s innate healing power can do a lot for you — and you can harness that ability through your blood’s plasma and platelets. Specifically, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) may help to soothe your pain.
Working from home can have its perks, but it can also take a toll on your body, especially if you don’t have an ergonomic desk setup. Learn if your home office setup could be causing your neck pain and what you can do to help.
If you’re dealing with unexplained tingling, numbness, or burning pain, it could be neuropathy — and your hormones could be to blame. Here, we explore the link between hormone disorders and this condition.
Chronic back pain is often difficult to treat, particularly when pain lingers after the physical reasons for it have healed. Spinal cord stimulators can re-prioritize nerve signals to block your pain without medication.