1. Musculoskeletal Pain And Performing Artists

    If you’re a performing artist, and you deal with any kind of musculoskeletal plain, we know how the pain can affect your work and your quality of life. Here at Advanced Integrative Rehabilitation and Pain Center, we specialize in working with performing artists who could benefit from both our preventative and rehabilitative efforts to address medical problems that people who are involved in the …Read More

  2. The Benefits Of Chiropractic Care

    If you’re dealing with pain in your body, here at Advanced Integrative Rehabilitation and Pain Center, we believe that chiropractic care can make a big difference in your ability to manage pain, as well as provide corrective care to get to the root of your problem, promote healing and increase mobility. For pain management in Washington D.C., Advanced Integrative can help. To learn more about ou…Read More

  3. Dealing With Chronic Pain And Depression

    When you’re dealing with chronic pain, it can take a toll not only on your body, but it can also affect your emotional well-being. Here at Advanced Integrative Rehabilitation and Pain Center, we understand that chronic pain and depression often go hand-in-hand. The inability to perform daily activities due to pain can cause you to feel helpless, and asking for help isn’t always easy. If you’…Read More

  4. Carpal Tunnel Myths 101

    While many people suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, they usually don't understand what is going on. Unfortunately, there are many myths around Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), and they can prevent people from making smart, informed decisions for the health of their hands. In today's blog, we are going to provide clarity by busting up some of the most common CTS myths. MYTH: Typing is always respons…Read More

  5. Travel Pain-Free with Integrative Medicine

    Traveling with chronic pain is extremely difficult.  Whether you love to travel or you only do it when you absolutely have to, pain can really slow you down. It may even keep you from traveling at all.  Sitting for hours in planes and cars, walking unusual distances, and climbing up monuments can turn into reasons to stay home. The problem is, this is no way to live! You shouldn't dread travel, …Read More

  6. Digestive Troubles? Acupuncture Can Help

    You cannot fully understand the difficulty of a condition unless you've suffered it yourself. There is no condition for which the above phrase rings truer than a digestive one. Having problems with digestion is a formidable challenge. Not only do digestive problems affect both waking and sleeping moments, they are often embarrassing. It can feel difficult to find allies, and even more difficult t…Read More

  7. Turn to Acupuncture for Help with Chronic Pain

    If you live with chronic pain, part of your life may be very lonely. Suffering from pain that doesn't go away can leave you feeling like no one understands. It can limit you from participating in your favorite activities. Even loved ones might get tired of hearing about what you're feeling. It can be discouraging when you've tried everything you can think of and nothing really works. Only so much…Read More

  8. Best Exercises for Chronic Low Back Pain (Part 1)

    Based on simple statistics, we’ve ALL had (or at least will have) some form of low back pain (LBP) at some point in our lives. The term “chronic” applies to LBP that’s been present for at least three months. It has been consistently reported that LBP becomes increasingly difficult to resolve when it persists for three or more months. This month’s topic is about which exercises have been …Read More

  9. Are Headaches and Dizziness a “Dangerous Combination”?

    Last month, we discussed some startling new research that found that lightheadedness upon standing up (orthostatic hypotension) may be more serious than previously thought. This month, we’ll look specifically at headache AND dizziness and if we should we be concerned about this combination of complaints and if so, when? A team of researchers from Johns Hopkins University reviewed past medical re…Read More

  10. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Can it Be Prevented?

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a VERY common condition where the median nerve is compressed or squeezed as it passes through the wrist. One reason that it’s so common is because MANY daily activities require fast, repetitive use of the fingers, hands, and arms, and the friction of the rapidly moving muscle tendons inside the tunnel results in swelling and compression of the nerve. So, can CTS r…Read More