chronic pain

Does Weather Affect Fibromyalgia Pain?

Too cold? Too hot? Too dry? Too humid? The weather is seldom just right, and if you suffer from fibromyalgia (FM) or chronic pain, you may often feel like you step outside and surrender to suffering.

The theory that temperature and precipitation affect joint and muscle pain is a widely held belief that even some health care professionals share – but it has yet to be proven.

Coping with Chronic Back Pain

The spine is a complex system, which is composed of many joints that allow us to bend, flex and twist freely. In fact, we bend and flex an average of 3,000 - 5,000 times per day. At this rate, it may come as no surprise that it can be hard to resolve back pain or heal a back injury.