A pinched nerve may be easy to ignore when you are busy throughout your day. However, when it comes time to wind down and get some sleep, a pinched nerve becomes the focal point of your attention, and the pain is hard to ignore. Going to bed with a pinched nerve may take some planning and careful maneuvering in order to get comfortable enough to sleep. Here are a few things you can do.
The severity of a concussion, increasingly referred to as a mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI), can vary from one incident to the next, and symptoms can tell us a great deal about what issues need to be addressed during rehab. Particularly in the case of multiple sustained concussions, repeated blows can result in serious damage […]Read More (0)
Low back pain (LBP) is the most common medical complaint of otherwise healthy adults, often accounting for work absenteeism and overuse of pain medications. While low back pain can sometimes be caused by an acute injury, most LBP is the result of everyday movement and poor postural habits that can be corrected. These 5 simple […]Read More (0)