In the battle against pain, new research suggests an unlikely weapon.

Whether acute or chronic, your pain is real. But it’s also often more than just a physical sensation. The medical community, including your team of Orthology providers, has long looked at pain as a biopsychosocial condition—or one that impacts physical, psychological and sociological aspects of our lives all at once. So while we understand that

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Five Ways to Become More Flexible

Keeping your muscles healthy is vital to maintaining a long, movement-filled life. Part of keeping your muscles healthy, as you know, is building strength. But the other part of that equation—and, unfortunately, an often-neglected part—is flexibility. Flexibility, the quality of stretching or bending your muscles, allows for greater range of motion, so your body can

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