Acute or chronic inflammation of a joint, often accompanied by pain and structural changes and having diverse causes, as infection, or injury.
Chronic back pain is one of the most common conditions that doctors and healthcare providers see in their offices. Often times, patients seek a medical professional after frequent lower back pain becomes too much for them to handle.
It is important to seek treatment for any physical symptoms that may manifest after an auto accident, possibly indicating an undiagnosed injury. Most times symptoms of a serious injury are not immediately visible and can occur several days or even weeks later.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
CTS results from irritation of the median nerve that runs from the neck, through the wrist and into the hand. Centered in a very narrow passageway of bone and ligament known as the carpal tunnel, this nerve can become restricted or pinched when the path becomes inflamed.
Herniated Disc/Bulging Disc
Discs within the spinal column can become herniated / bulging after a significant accident or even with the general aging process. This occurs when the cushion-like layer between the discs becomes dislodged or ruptured, causing undue friction.
Failed Surgery refers to a subset of patients who have new or persistent pain after invasive surgery for back, leg, shoulder or knee pain. The pain can be reduced but still present, or may get worse within a few months after surgery due to a buildup of scar tissue around the procedure area. Published reports estimate the incidence of failed back surgery to be between 20 – 40%, the likelihood is considered greater with repeated surgery, and the condition will be more prevalent in regions where surgery is more common.
Is a common and complex chronic pain disorder that causes widespread pain and tenderness to touch that may occur body wide or migrate over the body. Along with other symptoms, pain and tenderness increase and decrease over time. Fibromyalgia (FM) affects people physically, mentally and socially. Approximately 10 million Americans (2-4%) have FM with a ratio of about 8 to 2, women over men.
Chronic body pain is one of the most common conditions that doctors and healthcare providers see in their offices. Often times, patients see a medical professional after frequent lower back pain becomes too much for them.
If you experience mild to severe pain that does not go away, pain that is described as stinging, burning, aching, electrical, or a constant feeling of stiffness, tightness or general discomfort, then you may benefit from treatment.
Headache is pain in any region of the head. Headaches may occur on one or both sides of the head, be isolated to a certain location, radiate across the head from one point, or have a viselike quality.
A headache may appear as a sharp pain, a throbbing sensation or a dull ache. Headaches can develop gradually or suddenly, and may last from less than an hour to several days.
Is one of the most common causes of heel pain. It involves pain and inflammation of a thick band of tissue, called the plantar fascia, that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes.
Is a condition involving an abnormal sideways curvature of the spine. It can be caused by congenital, developmental or degenerative problems, but most cases of scoliosis actually have no known cause. Scoliosis usually develops in the thoracic spine or the thoracolumbar area of the spine. The curvature of the back may develop as a single curve (shaped like the letter C) or as two curves (shaped like the letter S). Scoliosis appears during adolescence and indicators include unevenness in the shoulder height, shoulder blades, rib cages and hips.
Tendonitis describes inflammation, swelling, and irritation of a tendon. Tendonitis is a painful condition that is felt most at the tendon insertion site – the place where the tendon attaches to your bone. You may also experience along the length of a tendon near the point where your muscle and tendon come together.
Thinning Hair – Do you feel that you are the only one losing hair? You’re not! The most common form of hair loss, Androgenic Alopecia, or pattern baldness, is experiences by over 50 of men. For women androgenic alopecia occurs between 20-40% of the general female population. You’re not alone, but actually in the majority.
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