And ways to advocate for yourself if you’re being ignored.
Sports physicians have long recommended the R.I.C.E. method — rest, ice, compression, elevation — for muscle injuries, but guidance is changing.
A new study linked chronic pain to activity in the orbitofrontal cortex, an area involved in emotion regulation, self-evaluation and decision making.
Research from the N.I.H. illustrates how persistent and pervasive the condition is across the United States.
The release of an egg, despite being a routine biological process, is a dramatic physical event.
This 200-year-old treatment can be effective for a variety of conditions, but it does take work.
The strength and flexibility workout having a moment. What can — and can’t — it do for us?
Here’s what to know before adding a foam roller to your warm-up or cool down.
A clinical trial will be needed to verify the research, which offered a warning about taking steroids or nonprescription drugs to soothe aches that many experience.
Back pain is common and complicated. But altering your workout to build control and stability can help prevent it.