Everyone has back pain from time to time. But if your pain is chronic, it can take a major toll on your life. The good news: Rhizotomy can help many types of chronic back pain. Here’s how it works — and how to tell if it’s a good choice for you.
The mechanisms of how and why migraines happen are still being discovered, but one thing researchers do know: Hormones play a role. Here’s how fluctuations in your hormone levels could be triggering your painful symptoms (and how we can help.)
Neck pain isn’t just annoying; unless you treat it appropriately, it can wind up causing serious problems. Knowing when it’s time to seek medical care is key to preventing those issues. If you have neck pain, here’s when you should call our office.
Arthritis affects millions of people, and if you’re one of them, you know firsthand how it can affect your daily life. Thankfully, there are treatments that can help — and lifestyle changes, too. Here are seven simple changes to try today.
Headaches are common, but they’re not always easy to treat. That’s because there are different types of headaches — and they require different treatment. Here’s how to differentiate between three common types of headaches.
Plenty of people think daily aches and pains are a “normal” part of aging — something they have to learn to live with. The fact is, chronic pain is not normal — and it doesn’t have to go hand in hand with aging. Here’s how we can help.