Looking for pain relief in your life? Read what the experts are saying.

Whether you’re suffering from chronic pain, everyday aches and pains, or if you’re just looking for fitness recovery tips, we’ve gathered knowledge from a variety of experts on how to live a healthier, more pain-free life.

Pain-Relief Library

Healthy Resolutions: How to go from sore to more
Posted by on December 28, 2015
Whether sore from a new workout routine or everyday aches and pains, muscle management is key to making physical exercise less of a chore. We'll walk through three tips to reduce routine muscle pain, so you can go from sore to more.
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Putting the Fun in Run: Three missteps that can ruin your workout
Posted by on December 28, 2015
Whether it’s for fitness or charity, the first run or the last, running can take a toll on your body. A few simple mistakes in preparation can leave those doing good, feeling pretty bad. To put your best foot forward, avoid these three running faux pas.
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The Truth Hurts: State of Americans’ Pain
Posted by on December 28, 2015
Pain is an epidemic that’s sweeping the nation. Based on a nationwide online study conducted by Harris Interactive — 85 percent of Americans are hurting. Fortunately, there are many resources available to help manage pain, but the first step is understanding the issue.
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4 Easy ways to get healthier and happier in under 30 minutes
Posted by on October 27, 2015
Without a doubt, the number one excuse I hear from patients about why they can’t focus on being healthy is simply, “not enough time.” A lack of time for exercise, healthy eating and relaxation is a common problem. The reality is, unless you make time, improving your overall health and wellness will always be at the bottom of your to-do list. Here are four proven ways to help you get healthier and happier in 30 minutes or less.
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Wendy (MI)
The first thing that stood out to me is how heavy it is. That is a good thing...it feels real sturdy and like it will last a long time. I like having so many choices of attachments. I find myself using the deep muscle stimulator and the triad attachment the most so far. I have chronic pain due to arthritis and so often am sore and taking meds. I also carry my stress in my neck, so I have enjoyed playing with the massager to find the right way/attachment to address that. I have no doubt this will get a lot of use. I'm already sharing it with my teen so who is an athlete and he enjoys it as well.

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