Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that causes numbness, tingling or weakness in your arm and/or hand. Contrary to popular belief, carpal tunnel syndrome is not only caused by typing, but it can also develop from everyday tasks such as gardening, turning keys or playing an instrument. Although carpal tunnel syndrome is not completely preventable, there are a variety of mindful practices you can incorporate into your daily routine to minimize your risks.
As we enter into February, spring is right around the corner. Children are getting back into sports and many of us are heading outside for more activity. Increased activity also means an increased risk of sports-related injuries. Although accidents are bound to happen, click on the article below for a few preventative steps to keep in mind for the next time you lace up your sneakers.
Millions of people are still working from the comfort of their own home, turning their kitchen tables and bedrooms into makeshift offices. We understand that not everyone has the means to go out and buy expensive furniture to create an ideal workspace, however, these simple tips can help make working from home more comfortable.
As we dive into the new year, many Americans are lacing up their sneakers and getting back to their exercise routine.
The month of September has been marked as Pain Awareness Month-where organizations throughout the nation raise public awareness surrounding the causes and management of pain.