For Healthcare Professionals
Science Behind How Mindset Alters Pain Perceptions
Ways to Diagnose Back Pain and Lower Back Pain
A Patient's Story with Chronic Pain
Foot pain can affect the toes, arch, heel, ankle, and achilles tendon. Pain in these locations may be caused by injury, overuse, or inflammation of the bones, joints, ligaments, or tendons.
Lower Back Pain
Lower back pain is one of the most common reasons people go to the doctor, and can be caused by wear and tear, overuse or injury to back muscles, bones, nerves, or discs.
See a Doctor or Handle Yourself When You Have This Arm Pain
6 Effective Strategies for Coping with Chronic Pain
The Stigma Between Opioids and Chronic Pain
Stages of Pain: Psychological Effects of Chronic Pain
What if My Doctor Doesn't Think I Need Surgery for My Chronic Pain?