Conditions We Treat
We treat a full range of injuries using a variety of techniques and equipment.
Here are a few of the common conditions we treat. If you don’t see the injury you have, or have not yet been diagnosed, come in for a new patient appointment or give us a call and we’ll make sure you are on the best track for better health.
Sciatica: Lower back and leg pain caused by pressure on nerves in the lower back
Whiplash: A variety of symptoms including neck pain as a result of abrupt forward or backward head movement. Motor Vehicle accidents often cause whiplash
Migraines: Moderate to severe pulsating headaches
Neck and Shoulder pain: Pain in the neck and shoulder regions caused either suddenly or accumulated over time
Rotator cuff injuries: Injury to the muscle and tendon groups surrounding the shoulder joint
Plantar Fasciitis: Foot pain- Heel or bottom of the foot
Sprain: Also known as torn ligaments
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A variety of symptoms including numbness and tingling of arms and hands. The median nerve being pinched or squeezed causes CTS.
TMJ Disorders: Otherwise known as Temporomandibular joint disorders, often resulting in jaw pain.
IT Band Syndrome: Inflammation of the Iliotibial band causing pain. The IT band runs on the outside of the thigh from hip to shin.
Nerve Entrapment: Pain caused by pinched nerves
Shin Splints: Pain along the shinbone (Tibia)
Runner’s Knee: Knee joint pain commonly caused by overuse or training on uneven surfaces
Tendonitis/Tendinosis Tendon pain with an inflammatory or non-inflammatory component
Tennis Elbow: Commonly a result of overuse, the outer region of the elbow becomes sore and tender
Frozen Shoulder: Stiffness or soreness of the shoulder joint, also known as adhesive capsulitis
Groin injuries: Usually involves tearing of one of the adductor muscles, causing inner-thigh pain
Piriformis: Irritation of the sciatic nerve in the buttock
Sacro-iliac joint dysfunction: Pain related to dysfunctional mobility or positioning of the sacro-iliac joint (SIJ). Can be the source of low back or pelvic pain in pregnancy.
Golfer’s Elbow: Pain and dysfunction related to overuse injury of the tendons on the medial (inside) aspect of the elbow
Hand injuries: Including tendinitis or tendinosis of the wrist or hand, post-fracture or post-surgical care. Comprehensive assessment and treatment of hand injuries including custom splinting and functional leather splints.
Sciatica /Low Back Pain: Mechanical Low Back Pain including pain referred from the spine,radiating leg pain sometimes called sciatica. Back pain due to injury, motor vehicle accident, post-surgical, fracture, disc protrusions, spinal stenosis,scoliosis, postural related back pain, and osteoporosis.
Arthritis: Pain, swelling, stiffness and decreased range of motion in the joints. May be part of a systemic disease such as Osteoarthritis or Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Joint Instability: An abnormal increase in joint mobility or hyper mobility. May be due to previous injury or heredity, also known as ligament laxity.
Diastasis Recti: Separation of the rectus abdominis muscles (“six pack” muscles) that can occur with pregnancy.
Pelvic Girdle Pain: A collection of uncomfortable symptoms that occur around the pelvic and lower back region (front, sides and/or back) common during pregnancy.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Impaired function of the pelvic floor muscles. Relates to a myriad of different symptoms including bladder and bowel leakage, urgency, incomplete emptying, constipation, sexual dysfunction, and pain syndromes among others.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse: When one or more organs (bladder, bowel, uterus) are not adequately supported and move lower in the pelvis.
Breastfeeding conditions: Treatment of blocked ducts and mastitis as well as aches and pains due to the demands of breastfeeding.