Pain Management

Back Pain and Causes

Inactive routine of our modern lifestyle is certainly the origin of the importance of this public health problem in developed countries. Four out of five people have to see a doctor during their life for back pain. Often your back pain is a side effect of the life you lead - or have completed -...

How To Recover At Home From A Leg Injury

Have you injured your leg not so long ago? If so, you'll no doubt be aware that your temporary disability is somewhat life-changing. Still, the good news is that your leg will heal and get better. It just takes time.   For now, though, you will need to adapt your lifestyle. That means not doing some...

Neck or Back Pain? Here’s When It’s Time to See A Doctor

There are some people who ignore neck or back pain because it usually goes away on its own. The most common cause of back or neck pain is muscle injury, which is due to repetitive motions, heavy lifting, and overuse.  While muscle injury may not sound like a serious issue, the pain associated with...

Dry Needling – Your Ideal Solution for Pain Problems

When sore muscles trouble you, you might need more than a foam roller. Or when you constantly encounter bodily aches, specifically after an energy intense activity, you would be craving for a soothing massage therapy.  However, for more effective results, give alternative therapies a try.  If needles don't intimidate you, dry needling will turn...

Pain Relievers with Acupuncture & Massage

Acupuncture London has been practised for a long time as a therapeutic remedy to pain. It involves the application of extremely thin needles into the skin at various points. The therapeutic benefits ease the body from stress and pain in various parts. In London osteopathy a renowned physician David Canevaro has been advising various...