From Posture Problems to Spinal Issues: Identifying the Causes of Back Pain

Spinal injuries and back pain are common issues that affect millions of people worldwide. But the pain you experience is yours alone.
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When Old Wounds Bloom

As the seasons change, so too can the experiences of those with old wounds. While the blooming of spring may be a time of renewal for some, for others it can trigger the return of pain from healed fractures and broken bones.
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6 Spring Exercise Routines

If you’re worried about pain and looking to start an exercise routine, you’re in luck. Spring is here, and the outdoors are now open for business.
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Knee Stretches to Help Your Pain

Your knees are joints that connect the thigh bone (the femur) to the shin, allowing for complex movements such as walking, running, crouching, bending, or jumping.
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Routines To Help New Year’s Pain

With the new year comes new opportunities. If you’re living with chronic pain, there’s a lot you can do at home to help alleviate your discomfort.
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Don’t Let Arthritis Pain Ruin Your Winter

According to the Arthritis Foundation — a medical advocacy and awareness group dedicated to shaping “health care policies and laws” across the country — over 60 million adults (+300,000 children) in the US suffer from arthritis at any given time.
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Making Strides: ReclaimAbility Walks to Fight Breast Cancer

Throughout the year, the American Cancer Society holds Making Strides of Breast Cancer walks around the country. From NJ to PA to IL, thousands of people sign up and show up to help spread the word about how to fight breast cancer and fund life-saving research.
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Chronic Pain & Seasonal Changes

To Everything There Is A Season: Chronic Pain & Seasonal Changes

Can pain change seasonally? Does chronic pain worsen during the cold, or just become more noticeable? What exactly is barometric pressure and how much control does it have over what you’re feeling?
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Gamer’s Thumb: How Video Games Can Hurt

An injury from an online game? It’s not as crazy as it sounds, or even that uncommon. You’d be surprised how prevalent Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI’s) are for the millions upon millions of video game and esports players there are in the country and the world at large.
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Sports Injuries: Outlook is Important

Whether you play in a league, take long runs or hikes, or simply like to walk around the block, an ankle sprain, muscle pull, or herniated disc can be a painful, disruptive experience.
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