DOs, Chiropractors, and MDs: How They’re Alike and Different
Should you see a DO, chiropractor, or MD for that health problem? Discover the differences and similarities of these medical professions.
What is the “Manipulation” of Joints?
Doctors of osteopathic medicine use a type of hands-on treatment. Here’s what you need to know about the practice.
What Is Osteopathic Medicine?
With its big focus on preventing health problems, the field of osteopathic medicine is on the rise.
Can I Take My Child to a DO?
When you look for a pediatrician for your child, you might see some that are “DOs” -- doctors of osteopathic medicine. Get to know what they do and how they are alike and different from pediatricians who are MDs.
11 Tips for Living With Chronic Pain
Learn about lifestyle changes that can ease chronic pain: relaxation techniques, exercise and healthy eating, among them.
Runner’s knee is a common ailment among runners, but it can also strike others. Find out what runner's knee feels like, what the treatments are, and how to prevent it.
Understanding Bursitis -- the Basics
WebMD's overview of bursitis, inflammation of the shoulders, elbows, hips, and other joints.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Learn about the causes and treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Radiofrequency Ablation for Arthritis Pain
Learn more from WebMD about radiofrequency ablation, a procedure used to treat arthritis pain.
Lower Leg Pain: Causes and Treatments
WebMD explains lower leg pain, which can be caused by conditions ranging from torn tendons to diabetic neuropathy.