The Physiology of Chronic Pain

The Physiology of Chronic Pain

It is estimated that chronic pain is one of the most common reasons adults are seeking medical care. Approximately 50 million adults in America are suffering from chronic pain in the United States. 19.6 million adults are experiencing high-impact chronic pain that is...
How Are Weight Gain and Fibromyalgia Related?

How Are Weight Gain and Fibromyalgia Related?

What Is Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that affects the body’s soft tissues and muscles. This condition is a generalized muscular pain condition that is diagnosed via a physical examination. There are no blood tests or chemical tests that would be able to...
Exercises to Avoid If You Are In Pain

Exercises to Avoid If You Are In Pain

Exercises and Living with Chronic Pain Exercising while living with chronic pain is usually unwelcomed. With pain comes varying levels of discomfort including aching, joint stiffness, and limited mobility. These symptoms can make exercise more difficult from a...
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