Headaches can be caused for variety of reasons. Most headaches can be assisted with physiotherapy, osteopathy, acupuncture and massage.
Dizziness and vertigo, which is the feeling of the world moving or being unsteady yourself to be an indication that these balance systems are not working optimally. Vista be there, and functional neurological treatment can assist in rehabilitating your nervous system and remove the symptoms.
- Jaw pain
- Headache or migraine
- Teeth ache
- Face pain
- Vestibular coordination problems
Shoulder pain can be felt on top of the shoulder, the tip of the shoulder, in front of on the back of the shoulder, even radiating down the outside of the upper arm.
Pain is typically felt during activities like reaching behind the backseat, putting on your bra, or reaching overhead or can be worsened with throwing activities.
Physiotherapy is essential to restore proper muscle function in there to allow repair of the shoulder.
- Rotator cuff tear/tendinitis/impingement
- Frozen shoulder
- AC joint separation
- Shoulder dislocation
- Shoulder osteoarthritis
- Labral tear
- Shoulder Bursitis
- Nerve palsy
- Shoulder replacement
If you are experiencing elbow pain it is most commonly related to overuse and tendinitis.
You might experience pain on the tip of the elbow with pain on clipping and find finger movements such as playing the piano or using a mouse or keyboard.
This requires A thorough assessment of the elbow itself, ergonomics( how you were doing things at work), as well as contributing factors that maybe we can your Apple such as posture, neck problems.
Successful treatment typically begins with physiotherapy where we use acupuncture, laser, hands-on therapy as well as a unique exercise program to get quick results. We frequently use acupuncture to assist in pain reductionTOP
- Tennis elbow
- Golfer’s elbow
- Thrower’s elbow/little league elbow
- Ulnar nerve palsy
Joint pain has increased dramatically since the invention of the smart phone. Risqué pain can also develop during pregnancy or on the arrival of a newborn.
The changes in hormones, and the awkward position Ainger and breast-feeding, in combination with caring a newborn frequently irritates the wrist joint.
- Colles fracture
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
Tingling or pain in the hand or fingers is most commonly related to nerve irritation. The most common condition we see is carpal tunnel syndrome. Knowing which fingers begin to tingle, or go numb is essential information for your therapist to determine where the impingement of your nerve is occurring.
Most nerve entrapment’s are successfully treated with physiotherapy.TOP
- CMC thumb arthritis
- Skier’s thumb
- Trigger finger
- Dupuytren’s contracture
- Nerve palsy
- Mallet finger
- Raynaud’s phenomenon
Pain on the knee cap or the inside of the knee with stairs (usually going down) or prolonged standing and walking.
For athletes and jumpers that experience pan in the front of the knee it usually comes from the knee cap joint or the tension from the knee cap (patella) to the lower leg.
Treatment almost always includes evaluation and treatment of the feet and pelvis in order to reduce the stress on the knees. Local treatment to heal the injured tissue and loss of range of motion is essential. Elevation and gentle biking can help with inflammation.TOP
Searing pain like a knife in your heel on every step, especially in the morning? You likely have plantar fasciitis. If the pain is more in the back of the heel especially when pushing off during walking you probably have Achilles tendinitis.
Plantar fasciitis produces sharp pain under the heel usually worst in the morning or first few steps after sitting. Treatment may include, orthotics, modalities to decrease inflammation and promote healing. Assessment of the whole leg, back and balance are also essential to prevent return of your pain. For the most persistent chronic conditions shockwave has a 90% effectiveness.
Pain at the back of the heel along the large tendon often accompanied with swelling or thickening.
Pain in the outside or inside of the ankle could be ligament straintarsal tunnel pain.TOP
- Heel spur
- Morton’s neuoma
- Achilles tendinitis
- Turf toe
- Ankle sprain
Commonly pain in the big toe or deformities in the big toe result from abnormal posture and walking.
This leads to premature wearing of the toe joint causing pain and deformation.Overtime this will lead to a bunion.
The second most common condition in the foot is pain in the ball of the foot leading to searing pain needles into the toes. This is a condition called metatarsalgia.TOP
- Flat feet
- Tarsal tunnel
- Arch pain