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Pain

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.

Healing hands: Massage may ease chronic back pain

People older than 50 tend to respond best to massage therapy.

Stout and hardy? Check your heart

People with a high tolerance for pain may face a greater risk of silent heart attacks.

In labor, it’s mind over matter

Come delivery day, your mindset can make all the difference.

Intercourse pain amid cancer is treatable

Sexual pain is often written off as psychological—but it's more often a result of physical issues.

Get a move on for back pain

Exercise is a simple, free and effective remedy.

Coping with pain may be all in the brain

Arthritis patients may work to change their brain chemistry to better adapt to chronic pain.

Ow, my side hurts!

Ever felt that achy or stabbing pain in your side during pregnancy? It may be round ligament pain.

Why is my knee still swollen 8 weeks after surgery?

This question is asked by many patients and may be applied to many joints such as ankles, hands, and elbows for the weeks following the initial injury or surgical intervention.