- Corydalis, a staple of traditional Chinese medicine, harbors a substance that combats chronic pain.
- Large backpacks and small desks could cause a young student to begin experiencing back pain, and with possible long-term consequences, research of a new study are calling for action.
- To lighten the load on your child’s back, follow these back-to-school backpack safety tips that will significantly reduce back pain.
- Sandy Nette's routine visit to the chiropractor resulted in two ripped arteries and a series of massive strokes that left her unable to move or communicate.
- Worried doctors practiced defensive medicine more than less concerned ones in order to avoid malpractice lawsuits, but it cost the government an extra $55.6 billion.
- After losing feeling in both of her legs at the age of 17, paralyzed bride Stevie Beale walked down the aisle at her own wedding last Saturday.
- Pregnant moms can stay in shape while sporting a baby bump with these exercise safety tips from Dr. Allison Bailey that will promote good health for you and your child.
- Weekly yoga class yields similar relief for lower back pain as twice weekly classes for low-income minority patients.
- A new study sheds light on the most bizarre excuses given to employers as a reason to miss work.
- The results of two studies will help millions of people and save billions of dollars in healthcare expenditures.
- Joe Nagy was shocked to find out that his constantly runny nose was caused by fluid leaking from his brain.
- When a 24-year-old mother went to the doctor's office because of a terrible backache, she thought she had developed a kidney infection. However, just six hours later, she was giving birth in the hospital.
Back pain (also known as dorsalgia) is pain felt in the back that usually originates from the muscles, nerves, bones, joints or other structures in the spine. Back pain is one of humanity's most frequent complaints. About nine out of ten adults experience back pain at some point in their life, and five out of ten working adults have back pain every year.