Ready to work it?! Adding a few strength-training moves to your daily routine gives you a powerful way to help manage the physical symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
Most people living with MS have some level of difficulty walking. Fortunately, many challenges can be alleviated by choosing from a wide variety of mobility aids.
For people with chronic pain, physical therapy is safer alternative to opioids — and it can be just effective. Find out why in this Q&A.
These deep tissue bodywork techniques can get to the core of your chronic pain.
If your hands hurt from rheumatoid arthritis, hand exercises like curling your fingers and doing jazz hands can help keep your hands flexible and strong.
Lauren was only 14 when she first started experiencing pain “down there.” But doctor after doctor told her nothing was wrong. This is her story.
Pelvic pain is real. Ways to address it include learning more about it and being prepared to get better.
Healing after open heart surgery takes a year, but a few milestones to help guide patients along the way.
When people think about muscles, they think about strength. However, muscles have two jobs: to contract and to relax. Muscle contraction causes the muscle fibers to shorten in length, pulling the attached bones with it. This muscle action is the base...