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Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Doctor’s Appointment

Published on 11th February 2022

Posted by Majid Ghauri

The Centers for Disease Control’s 2019 National Health Interview Survey reported 84.9 percent of adults…

How Do Emotions Affect Your Pain?

Published on 10th February 2022

Posted by Majid Ghauri

Psychogenic pain is a pain disorder in which psychological factors can cause pain, lead to…

The Best Foods for Chronic Pain

Published on 17th January 2022

Posted by Majid Ghauri

The foods are an essential part of a chronic pain relief plan.

Neuropathic Pain: How to Recognize and Manage It?

Published on 14th January 2022

Posted by Majid Ghauri

Most people have heard of neuropathy pain and think of it as pain mostly occurring in the hands or feet.

Why Do You Get a Headache After Exercising?

Published on 11th January 2022

Posted by Majid Ghauri

Why do I get headaches after working out? Called a primary exertion headache (PEH) or a physical activity headache, it is estimated that between 1-26 percent of adults experience a PEH.

Tips to Manage Fibromyalgia at Work

Published on 24th November 2021

Posted by Majid Ghauri

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately two percent of Americans suffer from fibromyalgia.

Know The Risk Factors that Can Lead to Chronic Pain

Published on 23rd November 2021

Posted by Majid Ghauri

Chronic pain is a problem many people suffer from. Back pain and joint pain are especially common.

Types of Pain and Treatment Options

Published on 21st November 2021

Posted by Majid Ghauri

Unfortunately, there are many types of pain that you can go through. Some pain may be easily treated, while other pain may not.

How to Recover from Exercise and Other Sports Injuries

Published on 21st September 2021

Posted by Majid Ghauri

Exercise and sports-related injuries can occur, no matter how hard a person tries to avoid them.

Labs and Diagnostic Tests to Diagnose Chronic Pain

Published on 20th August 2021

Posted by Majid Ghauri

According to the latest research, 50.2 million U.S. adults are experiencing chronic pain at any point in time.