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Pain is experienced differently by everyone. That's why it's important to have a diverse healthcare team to help address your symptoms. Here's how experts in physical medicine and rehabilitation help you manage pain and restore functionality.
Are you tired of dealing with back pain, feeling confused about its causes and wondering about the best remedies? Let's debunk some common myths about back pain.
For millions of people, living with chronic pain can significantly affect daily activities, relationships, work and well-being. Read ways you can support a loved one with chronic pain.
Chronic pain affects 3 out of 10 people in the U.S. While there is no single cure, a team approach for medical management, movement therapy and learning specific coping strategies can help.
Radiofrequency ablation uses precise heat to stop nerves from sending pain signals to the brain from conditions like spinal arthritis and joint pain. Read a Q&A about this innovative treatment.
Nearly 100 million Americans experience chronic pain ranging from back pain to headaches. Read about the most common types evaluated and treated by neurosurgeons.
The spine is susceptible to arthritis because of its range of motion. But not everyone who has arthritis has symptoms or needs treatment. Learn how being active can keep the pain away.
Pain management historically has addressed a symptom rather than the underlying cause. Learn how an implanted restorative neurostimulation device treats the cause of pain and not just the symptoms.
Up to 80% of people with dementia experience pain. Learn how to recognize it and advocate for pain management for your loved one.
Back pain is a common complaint during pregnancy. Get tips to ease pain, and learn when to consult a health care professional.
About 80% of adults experience temporary back pain. But if the pain lingers, it could be a sign of a more serious problem. In this webinar, two neurosurgeons discuss the causes of back pain and when to seek medical care.
Almost 80% of adults say they have experienced back pain. Follow these steps to protect from further injury and ease your pain.