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Title:The Science of Stubborn Aches, Pains & Injuries
Description:'What works? What doesn't? Why? Rational reviews of treatment options, and many handy tips.'
The Science of Stubborn Aches, Pains amp; Injuries 鈥 Sensible advice for aches, pains amp; injuries
What works for stubborn aches, pains, and injuries?
And what doesn鈥檛 work, and why? reviews your treatment options and the nature of the beast: hundreds of self-help articles, plus several big tutorials about common musculoskeletal pain problems, routinely updated, and readable enough for anyone but heavily referenced for professionals. (There鈥檚 also a huge pain science bibliography.) I serve up the science of pain with some sass 鈥 I try to have fun taking this subject seriously. ~ Paul Ingraham, publisher
Sore muscles?
Muscle fever 鈥 such a wonderfully descriptive term 鈥 is that distinctive muscle pain that nearly everyone gets after intense exercise. How does it work and can anything help?
Does electrical nerve stim work?
The newest featured treatment review on, a deep dive into the science of zapping yourself to treat pain.
Is stretching useful?
My stretching article has been popular for more than a decade now, and it鈥檚 one of the best examples of what this website is all about: thorough, sassy critical analysis, and tipping over sacred cows with facts n stuff.
What kind of runner鈥檚 knee?
IT band syndrome dominates the side of the knee. Patellofemoral pain is more variable, but usually more in front.
Does fascia matter?
Supposedly fascia can get tight and needs to be 鈥渞eleased,鈥 but key examples of research either fail to support fascial therapy or even undermine it. Is it just a fad?
Placebo power hype
Placebo is fascinating, but its 鈥減ower鈥 isn鈥檛 all it鈥檚 cracked up to be. There is, however, an awful lot of ideologically motivated hype about placebo!
What hurts? Common pain problems
The main painful topics on PainScience are stubborn pain problems like trigger points (poorly named, but incredibly common, and often confused with muscle strain), neck pain and low back pain (of course), and common overuse injuries like plantar fasciitis, shin splints and the two kinds of runner鈥檚 knee, one of which I鈥檝e had in spades (IT band syndrome) and the one lots of non-runners get (patellofemoral pain). Plus many more topics (but those are the ones I鈥檝e written books about).
And what works? Pain treatment
Review (and some debunking) of treatment methods is a major theme here. Get started with a big collection of pain survival tips, with links to dozens more articles about popular DIY treatments like self-massage, strength training, ice or heat, the amazingly controversial Epsom salts, and pain creams like Traumeel (arnica). I also review major therapy methods like massage, chiropractic, and acupuncture.
Yes, but why does it hurt?
Pain 鈥渄emands an explanation,鈥 wrote poet Ann Carson 鈥 but pain is quite weird and misleading. If you have chronic pain, it can be a huge help to understand things like why injuries sometimes heal slowly or how insomnia makes pain so much worse. On the other hand, there鈥檚 a lot you don鈥檛 need to worry about, like your back being out of alignment and bad posture, both highly over-rated causes of pain.
Pain science news and nuggets
As I update and upgrade my books and feature articles, I blog about whatever I鈥檓 working on: bite-sized news items, deep thoughts, quotes and comics, study results and weird science, interesting links, and so on.
Sep 1: A shitty, freaky feelingAug 31: An avalanche of useless fibromyalgia researchAug 23: Source of sources: how I find the good scienceAug 15: So many updates! Bloggin鈥 and loggin鈥 about new contentAug 11: Axioms of Function+ 489 more posts鈥m
You鈥檝e got a lot of reading to do! Sorry it鈥檚 all here on the computer鈥
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