Smaller, soft-tissue injuries occur in the muscles, tendons, and ligaments. These acute injuries are generally the result of an improper step or overuse of muscles/tendons.
Arthritis is a common joint disorder which causes excess inflammation in the area. Arthritis can become a debilitating injury for men, women and in rare cases, children.
Cluster headaches are headaches and frequent attacks that occur in clusters. They will often appear right after each other and can last for up to weeks at a time.
Carpel tunnel is a fairly common issue that affects an individual’s arms, wrists, and hands. It is caused by a pinched nerve in the wrist, within an area called the 'carpel tunnel'.
Fibromyalgia does not have a clear-cut cause, yet the symptoms are very pronounced and often debilitating. The chronic pain can be unbearable to many patients.
A fracture is a condition in which the continuity of a bone is disrupted. This often means a break in the bone due to high levels of stress, or a heavy, instant impact.
Lower back and sciatica are quite common amongst adults. Sciatica is the pain in the legs, mostly the hamstring area, due to an irritation of one of the nerves.
They can typically last for hours at a time, or even days; and the pain is debilitating to most, keeping them from everyday activities and tasks. For some, migraines are chronic.
Radiculopathy is generally referring to a cervical radiculopathy, also known as a pinched nerve. A pinched nerve is both a physical issue, as well as a neurological.
Nerve impingement and a herniated disc are two closely associated spinal issues, identified by pain and inflammation in the one or more of the disks.
Often times, following a surgical procedure, or a traumatic event or accident, muscles, tendons and ligaments will be weakened from lack of use.
Strokes are often devastating to people. They can take away a person’s ability to walk, talk, most of their motor skills, and their ability to interact.
ursitis and tendinitis are both common conditions that cause swelling around muscles and bones. They occur most often in the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, or ankle.
A tension headache is the most common type of headache. It can cause mild, moderate, or intense pain in your head, neck, and behind your eyes.