A new study finds that practicing yoga may very well help with both reducing back pain and restoring function.
Researchers say that more than 90% of legal marijuana products for sale at dispensaries in the U.S. are much too strong than what doctors suggest for chronic pain relief.
Patients with chronic low back pain may benefit from equine-facilitated therapy (EFT), according to the new study from the University of Eastern Finland.
The dissolvable pain relief implant works by softly wrapping itself around nerves and delivers precise cooling by numbing them, blocking signals to the brain.
Scientists find that two-thirds of chronic back pain patients who underwent a four-week psychological treatment were pain-free or nearly pain-free post-treatment.
Muscle relaxers, one of the most common medications prescribed for backaches, are largely ineffective, according to a new study.