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Arthritis is not just one disease. Learn about the most common types, the symptoms you should watch for, and how to get an accurate diagnosis.
For genuine relief from chronic low back pain, you may have to try a combination of treatments.
The exact cause of back pain is not easy to determine. Fortunately, about 90 percent of cases improve on their own. Here's what you should know.
If you feel your knees buckling, you could be risking a fall. Here's why you should pay attention to knee instability and some exercises that can help.
Spinal stenosis can often be confused with a different condition called vascular claudication. Here's how you can tell the two apart.
Opioid addiction is a compulsive behavior that can develop even when you're using pain pills for a medical reason. These are the signs you might be addicted.
Everyone knows how hard it is to live with chronic pain, but neuropathic itching can be a special kind of torture, one with few treatment options.
If you struggle with back pain, you've probably considered seeing a chiropractor. Learn the pros and cons of treating back pain with spinal manipulation.
Sudden, shooting back pain can be caused by a spasm. Learn what triggers back spasms, and the treatments you can use to find relief.
If you're susceptible to back spasms, this article can help you understand why they happen and what you can do to prevent them.