Back Pain

At any given moment 31 Million Americans experience back pain of some type. That is a full 10 percent of our country’s population in pain, missing work, unable to function, or seeking relief. In fact, low back pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide and the second biggest reason why people visit their doctor, second only to upper-respiratory infections. Yet, preventing, diagnosing and treating back pain continues to be a relatively misunderstood portion of the American medical landscape. Fortunately, research has offered a few answers to the most pressing questions about back pain.

Neck Pain & Headaches

Perhaps your car accident left you with debilitating neck pain. Or maybe you were looking both ways before crossing an intersection only to have your neck suddenly seize up in painful spasms. Or perhaps you are like millions of Americans who wake up every morning with pain and stiffness in their neck.

Knee Pain

Your body’s two largest joints in the body are found in the middle of your legs. Not only are your knees vital to walking, running, standing, and jumping, they are essential to just about every movement you perform over the course of the day. That is also why the knees are some of the most commonly injured joints in the entire body.