Low back pain
Low back pain, or lumbar pain - Pain, stiffness, or discomfort in the lower back. Pain can be intermittent or constant, acute or chronic.
Pain affecting the back and going down the leg, glute (buttock), or hip. Caused by the irritation of a spinal nerve.
Pain, stiffness, or discomfort in the neck. Pain can be intermittent or constant, acute or chronic.
Pain perceived as arising from within the head which can originate from the neck (cervical spine), muscule tension, poor posture, and stress.
An injury of the neck caused by a severe jerk of the head, typically resulting from a motor-vehicle accident (MVA).
Symptoms following a concussion that may continue for weeks, months, or a year or more. Symptoms may include headaches, dizziness, difficulty focusing, light sensitivity and more.
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An injury acquired in the act of playing a sport. Often related to muscles, joints, or soft tissue such as ligaments or tendons.
Pain and stiffness resulting from temporary immobilization such as being in a cast, splint, or boot following an injury or fracture (broken bone).
Inflammation or irritation of a tendon, most commonly from overuse or sprains. Examples include MCL, LCL, PCL, ACL, and biceps tendonopathy.
strains and sprains
Injury or irritation to a tendon or ligament resulting from overuse or overstretch. Most commonly occurs in ankle, shoulder, elbow, and wrist.
repetitive strain injuries
Pain felt in muscles, nerves, and tendons caused by repetitive movements and overuse. Common examples include achilles tendonopathy, rotator cuff injuries, golfer's elbow, and tennis elbow.
golfer's elbow / tennis elbow
rotator cuff injuries
An injury to the rotator cuff of the shoulder - a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint, keeping the head of your upper arm firmly within the socket of your shoulder. Most commonly supraspinatus tendon and biceps tendon.
Extreme stiffness or immobility in the shoulder joint, usually following an injury and caused by the inflammation of the shoulder capsule. Most commonly affects women aged 40 to 60.
One of the most common causes of heel pain. Plantar fasciitis involves inflammation and irritation of a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot (plantar fascia) and connects your heel bone to your toes.
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A condition sometimes occurring in newborns and babies in which the head becomes persistently turned and/or tilted to one side. If left untreated, torticollis can lead to further conditions such as plagiocephaly (flat head).
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Tightness of a muscle which can result in decreased range of motion, lack of flexibility, spasms, cramps, and pain.
An abnormal delay in the acquisition of gross motor skills (sitting, crawling, walking, etc.) during a child's development. May or may not be due to prior conditions.