Tired of living in pain? Get to the root cause of your chronic pain – it’s not arthritis, it’s not a herniated disk, or any other diagnosed “condition.” Most pain is caused by muscle weakness or imbalance, and Dr. Mitchell Yass, DPT, inventor of The Yass Method, tells how to gain real relief quickly and easily.
Don’t get fooled! Whiplash isn’t a diagnosis…it’s a mechanism of injury. Learn the real source of whiplash-related pain and how to get lasting relief.
You don’t need medications, steroid shots even surgery to ease joint pain. Here’s the true cause—it’s not arthritis—and the real cure.
Weekend warriors get injured when the spirit is willing but the body is weak. Here’s a smart three-part weekday training program to up your game.
If your chronic pain is diagnosed through an MRI, you have at least a 90% chance of being misdiagnosed. Five reasons why doctors keep getting it wrong.
Most people stand and walk with their feet too close together. Fix your stance and gait, and reverse chronic pain—in your back, hip, knee and more.
Here’s the real reason why you keep spraining your ankle…plus the three exercises solve the problem completely.
Bunion correctors fix nothing and do not address the cause. Here’s how to prevent bunions from ever developing. Self-test shows if it will help you.
Don’t blame age on your balance problems! The problem is most likely caused by muscle weakness. These three easy exercises will solve that.
Few people know where the lower back ends the buttocks region begins—a critical issue to treat the root cause of what you think is back pain.
There are certain possible causes of headaches—like a cerebral bleed, meningitis, a tumor in the brain—that are very dangerous and…
If you’re in pain, it’s most likely caused by weak muscles. Here’s the right way to build strength to relieve your pain and get back to enjoying your life.
Injections or surgery won’t fix trigger finger (when your finger is trapped in a bent position). But these exercises will.
If you’re suffering from plantar fasciitis (pain in the heel or at the underside of the foot), these three simple exercises are the key to lasting relief.
Pain may be unpleasant—almost unbearable at times—but the sensation of pain is actually one of the body’s defense mechanisms. It…