Headaches are a common reason why patients come to see us. There are many reasons why headaches occur and at times their causes tend to be complex. The most common headaches that people suffer from are tension-type headaches and migraine headaches. Although certain headaches are simple to address, while others may be more complicated; our expertise and integrated treatment options allow us to create a plan that will best fit your medical needs.
We treat a variety of conditions that may contribute to neck pain. Neck pain can originate from the joints, muscles, nerves or a combination. It is our job to figure out exactly which may be causing the issue and decide the most appropriate treatment for you. Whether you have been suffering with this pain chronically or just woke up with a stiff neck, we have a treatment that will help.
Do you suffer from pain and tenderness in the jaw when you are chewing or pain when widely opening your mouth? If so, you are not alone. It is estimated that about 15% of the population suffers from pain in and around the jaw joint. This disorder is called temporomandibular joint disorder. The temporomandibular joint connects the jaw to the skull. There is a complex system of muscles, disc, bones and ligaments that work together to allow for this motion to occur. A few of the symptoms you may be experiencing are painful clicking when opening or closing the mouth, limited movement or locking of the jaw and radiating pain in the face and neck. By evaluating the muscles and surrounding structures, we can help choose the proper treatment option for your pain.
The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. Unfortunately, this makes the joint relatively unstable. Since the joint mainly is also held together by soft tissue, this makes it vulnerable to injury. The first step to relief is to accurately diagnose and find the cause of the problem. From there, we have a variety of treatment protocols to get you back to your normal activities.
Conditions: Rotator Cuff Injury, Frozen Shoulder
The back is the biggest section of the body. Unfortunately, this makes the joint relatively unstable. Since the muscles are mainly held together by soft tissue, this makes it vulnerable to injury. The first step to back pain relief is to accurately diagnose and find the cause of the problem. From there, we have a variety of treatment protocols to get you back to your normal activities.
Problems with the wrists or hands can make simple things in life difficult, whether it is opening a jar, typing or just trying to pick up a cup of coffee. Similar to other conditions, pain the hands or wrists may be as a result to problems elsewhere such as the upper arm or the neck.
Conditions: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Although elbow pain can be a result of traumatic injury, it is more commonly a result of repetitive or over-use injury. Terms that may be familiar are Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow. Our treatment options allow us to treat the pain and inflammation in the area and restore function.
HIP / BUTTOCK PAIN
Pain in and around the buttock region can originate from within that area or it can be caused by a problem in the lower back. Due to the high amount of force the hip sustains, combined with the large range of motion, the hip must rely on a complex system of muscles to control and protect the area. Additionally, the hip region can be impacted by both the lower back and the feet, it is very important to accurately evaluate and determine the cause of the problem
Knee pain and stiffness can take away quality of life. The knee joint relies on the ligaments and muscles for stability. When pain is perceived in the knee, the low back, pelvis, hip, ankle, foot and knee joint itself all need to be evaluated. Our treatment plan can help with the pain you are experiencing now, but also help to preserve the knee for the future.
FOOT / ANKLE / ACHILLES PAIN
Our feet are the foundation for the biomechanics of the body. This means that if there are issues with the feet and ankle, this can lead to problems in the knee, hip and back. Our treatment approach helps both the feet and ankle as well as the rest of the body.