Nearly two decades ago I started sharing the most common root cause of back pain and created the first product designed specifically to eliminate it. However, many still don’t realize it’s also a shockingly common cause of joint pain. Yet it was persistent knee pain that first led to my discovery of this pain inducer: mus … Read More
Medically reviewed by Dr. Brian Paris, D.C on Jan. 20, 2019.
Whether you own an inversion table or are thinking about buying one, you should know that inversion therapy, specifically inversion table exercises, are among the fastest ways to get safe, natural relief from back pain. How fast? Try 10-seconds-to-pain-relief f … Read More
[Bonus Content: 13 powerful nutrients that rub out pain on contact] Some of the most popular pain relief products available on the market today are topical analgesics. These over-the-counter pain relief products come in various forms: There are pain relieving gels, roll-ons, sprays and topical analgesic creams. Ther … Read More
Bonus Content: The 7-Day Back Pain Cure
Back pain is one of the top reasons for missed work and second only to upper-respiratory infections for causing doctor visits. Most of the time, back muscle pain is diagnosed then "treated” with little more than a prescription of rest, painkillers and muscle relaxants. Follow th … Read More
Traditional Chinese medicine's organ clock, also known as the "body clock," can provide surprising insight into your health.
Do you ever find yourself waking up at the exact same time every single night... unable to get back to sleep no matter what you do? It’s frustrating. And I’ve been there. Unfortunately, most MDs ju … Read More
In the Olympics, a fraction of a second can mean the difference between a gold medal and an "also-ran" performance. That's why trainers and athletes turn to any effective method necessary to keep them at the top of their game. And this year, one of those methods has been splashed all over the news as Olympic athletes f … Read More
We all want to live pain free, maintaining our mobility and independent lifestyle. Managing chronic pain is a critical part of that. But there are many misconceptions about how chronic pain should be treated, and the wrong treatment can actually make your condition worse. That’s why I chose to interview Dr. Hal Blatman … Read More
Do you have pain near the two ‘dimples’ in your lower back? This is the location of your sacroiliac (SI) joints — the points where your spine meets your pelvis. Pain in this area is common because your SI joints support the entire weight of your upper body when you’re standing, walking or doing any other upright activity. … Read More
When you think about coming down with an infectious disease, symptoms like fever, fatigue, muscle aches and loss of appetite probably come to mind. Rarely would most people assume that an infection could lead to a loss of memory, but it’s actually already been shown that severe infections can lead to cognitive impairment … Read More
There are Two Types of Pain: Which are You Suffering From?
Though there are many back-pain conditions, such as sciatica, scoliosis, and a herniated disc, we can narrow them down to two basic categories: nerve-based pain and tissue-based pain. You may have one or the other, or you may have both. Some treatments will ease ner … Read More