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.
A new study finds "shared reading" can be used as an effective therapy to help treat people who suffer from chronic pain.
University of California-San Diego researchers discovered Type 2 diabetes impacts the vertebral column, particularly the intervertebral discs.
Women who adopted a regular habit of cold water swimming reported significant improvements in their physical and mental symptoms during menopause.