Children with overly heavy backpacks might complain of back pain, neck trouble or headaches, and might even be doing long-term damage to their back.
For most men, testosterone levels aren’t an issue until fertility is questioned. But the medical community is increasingly recognizing the impact of low testosterone, particularly in young and middle-aged men.
It might start with a dull ache in the back of the head, or pain on one side. But no matter how they start, headaches can be a big problem. Not only are recurrent headaches a roadblock to having a full life, it can be difficult to pin down the exact cause of the pain.
New study shows increased rate of neck and back problems Do you know how much time you spend on your mobile devices? Use an app like Moment to find out – you might be surprised at how rapidly the minutes add up. You might also be surprised that all of that time texting and surfing…
Pain. Numbness. Tingling. All symptoms that can be disconcerting, to say the least. But is it serious enough to necessitate surgery?
The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy are often similar to those of the more serious condition, radiculopathy
It might start as a dull ache or a quick pinch, perhaps after a slip on a wet floor or lifting a heavy box. A sudden onset of low back pain can range anywhere from temporary nuisance to constant discomfort, and it impacts millions of Americans every year.
The spinal column is a surprisingly complex structure that can wreak havoc on people’s lives when it’s not functioning the way it should.
Business leaders in all industries are coming to appreciate something that employees have long recognized: that their environment matters.
For centuries, yogis have known that their regular yoga practice would balance the mind and body From its Eastern origins, yoga has gained a foothold in the Western world of fitness. Today, an estimated 37 million people in the U.S. regularly practice yoga. If you’re looking to lengthen and tone muscles, while maintaining flexibility, yoga…
Golf season is in full swing here in Arizona. With the Waste Management Phoenix Open nearly upon us, all eyes are on the green. But for many Valley golfers, back pain and neurological or orthopedic problems are keeping them sidelined. Take Brian Folino, for instance. An executive with PGA Magazine and a golfer of more…