Physical Therapy For Pain

Physical Therapy For Pain

Most of us experience pain from time to time and this can often be the case after playing a competitive sports game, cleaning up the house, or waking up on the wrong side of the bed. Generally, pain falls into two categories, acute or chronic. Acute pain is resolved...
Soreness and Pain: What’s the Difference?

Soreness and Pain: What’s the Difference?

No matter how frequently you visit the gym or how regularly you exercise, you are still vulnerable to muscle pain and soreness after. Most of the time, people think that their muscles become sore after working out because the exercises are working for their bodies. In...
Physical and Psychological Effects of Chronic Pain

Physical and Psychological Effects of Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can be described in many ways, such as throbbing, stabbing, pinching, aching or any uncomfortable or unpleasant feeling. Our body is structured to feel pain when there is something wrong or when there is a tissue damage. Pain is part of the body’s...