Posted on Apr 12th 2023
Spring is in full swing, and the energy of the new season comes with feelings of freshness and renewal. With beautiful weather on the horizon and flowers in bloom, it’s no wonder many people use this time of year to do some deep cleaning in their homes and yards or resume activities like cycling, running, or hiking. But before you get to work, it’s essential to take steps to avoid aggravating chronic pain flare-ups in your body—particularly in your knees.
Posted on Mar 1st 2023
When chronic pain begins to negatively impact your everyday life, it’s natural to seek effective and affordable treatment to improve your symptoms as soon as possible.
Posted on Feb 24th 2023
Joanie Pond came to us in February of this year after experiencing severe pain in her wrists that was negatively impacting her ability to do the things she loved. We spoke with her twelve weeks later, and she is thrilled with her results.
Posted on Feb 18th 2023
Studies have shown that certain foods and nutrients can positively impact pain management. For example, omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce inflammation in the body, which is a common contributor to chronic pain. While inflammation is a natural body response to injury or infection, it can lead to pain, swelling, and discomfort if it becomes chronic. On the other hand, an unhealthy diet filled with added sugars and processed foods can increase inflammation and worsen chronic pain symptoms.
Posted on Feb 6th 2023
It is normal to feel angry at your body when experiencing chronic pain. However, practicing self-care and positive self-talk can help improve your mental health and alleviate some degree of physical pain.