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Pain

Patient Story

‘Life can be so much better’

When Elvira Brico found herself sitting on a bench as her elderly mother marched on, she knew it had come time for joint replacement surgery.

Fibromyalgia origin: Insulin resistance?

Researchers are working to understand the suspected role of blood sugar in this disease.

Difficulties in daily living activities?

It may be rheumatoid arthritis. The symptoms of this condition often precede an actual diagnosis by several years.

Safe travels for troubled tickers

Knowing where to seek medical help on vacation can make all the difference when heart attack symptoms are at play.

4 moves to bolster your back

These key exercises can help you zero in on the critical muscle groups needed to enhance overall back strength.

A glorious triumph

Dale Coil's unwavering commitment to physical therapy and healthier living led him to shed more than 300 pounds—and gave him his first pain-free morning in years.

When pregnancy takes its toll

Hip and pelvic pain can sometimes be triggered by the pregnancy-induced hormone relaxin.

Heads up: Beware of text neck

Your phone may be smart, but how you’re using it may not be.

Tai chi beats aerobics for fibromyalgia pain

This mind-body approach may be a strong therapeutic option.

Back pain: Cause and effect

If you're mired in a morass of pain, a McKenzie-certified therapist might be the one to help pull you out.

Losing weight eases obesity-related pain

But how many pounds is enough?

‘Why did I wait?’

After overcoming her fears, a Michigan woman undergoes successful knee replacement surgery—and it changed her life.

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