1. Back Pain Caused By Work — It Can Happen In An Office: Part One

    Worldwide, back pain is the single leading cause of disability. In fact, back pain is the leading disability that prevents people from engaging in both their professional work and everyday activities outside of their professional lives. But is that really a surprise? People as young as teenagers aro…Read More

  2. What To Consider When Choosing A Pain Management Specialist

    Every single day, millions of people around the world experience pain. For some, it is an acute pain that occurs as a result of an injury and lasts for days, weeks, or months. For others, it is chronic pain that is either constant or comes in waves for months or years. Regardless of the type of pain…Read More

  3. Canada & Chronic Pain — Young Canadians By The Numbers

    When most people think of chronic pain, they typically think of their elderly family members or people that they know who were affected by disease. While yes, a large majority of Canadians that experience chronic pain are in fact older or sick, there is a huge population of younger Canadians that te…Read More

  4. What To Look For In A Pain Clinic

    While it might seem like we are beating a dead horse as many times as we have said this, but pain is one of the most commonly experienced medical issues in the world. Some 1.5 billion people worldwide live with chronic pain, with countless others experiencing acute pain from injuries and disease as …Read More

  5. 5 Ways To Prevent The Development Of Lower Back Pain

    Lower back pain is one of the most common physical ailments in the entire world. In fact, close to 80 percent of adults will experience lower back pain at some point in their lifetime, whether that be acute back pain or chronic back pain. It is a common misconception that lower back pain is somethin…Read More

  6. Identifying & Treating Pain

    People that practice medicine and clinical therapies are always looking for innovative new ways to treat pain. New treatments and therapies allow for pain to be treated more efficiently and in non-invasive and non-toxic ways. But before the pain can even be addressed, it must first be actually diagn…Read More