Pain Conditions

If you're living with pain and don't want to let it hold you back, you’ve come to the right place. Choose your condition from the menu below to start learning strategies for reducing your pain and living a happy, healthy life.

There are more than 100 types of arthritis and arthritis-related ailments. Read the articles here to learn about what these conditions are and how to live a full and active life in spite of arthritis.

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Inflammation of the bursa is the root of bursitis and may occur for a number of reasons. Read the articles in this section to learn about bursitis and how to manage the condition and the pain associated with it.

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Carpal tunnel syndrome has become increasingly more common in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 3.1% of employed adults aged 18 to 64 had carpal tunnel syndrome in 2010. Learn more about carpal tunnel syndrome and how to manage the condition.

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There are approximately 33,000 new cases of Crohn’s disease diagnosed annually in the U.S. Read the articles here to learn about the different types of Crohn’s, how to manage the disease and live your life to the fullest.

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Diverticulitis is found in more than half of Americans over age 60 and about half of Canadians over age 80. Find out what diverticulitis is, its symptoms and how to manage the condition.

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More than 5 million Americans have fibromyalgia, and another 1 million are living with chronic fatigue syndrome. Find out what fibro is, what symptoms it produces, and how you can deal with fibro fog and fibromyalgia pain.

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Gastroenteritis is a contageous condition caused by viral, bacterial or parasitic infections that specifically attacks your intestines. The main symptom is inflammation and/or irritation of one or more parts of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Read the articles about gastroenteritis here to get your gut back on track.

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Approximately 1.5 million people in the U.S. have lupus. Learn about what lupus is and the symptoms associated with it.

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About 54 million Americans have osteoporosis and low bone mass. Learn more about osteoporosis, what symptoms it produces, and how you can deal with the condition.

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Stomach ulcers are open sores that form in the small intestine or inside lining of the stomach. Ulcers can occur when acid from the digestive tract erodes the interior surface of the small intestine or the inside lining of the esophagus or stomach. Read the articles here to learn about the different types of stomach ulcer and how to best manage the condition.

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An injury of the tendon, tendonitis is inflammation or irritation of a tendon—the thick, fibrous cord structure that attaches your bone to muscle. The condition causes more than 70,000 people to miss work each year. Read the articles here to learn about how you can manage the condition.

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Often an autoimmune condition, vasculitis is inflammation of the blood vessels and can have various symptoms, effects, and treatments, depending on the cause of the inflammation and which blood vessels, specifically, are inflamed. Read the articles here to learn how to live a full life with vasculitis and manage the condition.

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