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Neck

Injuries in the neck range from muscle strains to problems with the bones and discs. In many instances, poor posture is the reason behind neck disorders. Common signs and symptoms of neck injury include pain that sometimes radiates into the shoulder, stiffness, and  numbness and/ or tingling sensations.

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Shoulder

The shoulder joint is mobile enough for a wide variety of arm and hand movements, but also stable enough to allow for actions such as pulling, pushing, and lifting. The compromise between mobility and stability makes this joint susceptible to injury. Some common painful
problems include rotator cuff tears, impingement, frozen shoulders, dislocations, and labral tears.

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Elbow

We use our arms for many everyday tasks, so elbow injuries are common. Pain and swelling in this joint can be due to lateral epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow), medial epicondylitis (Golfer’s Elbow), nerve injuries, or bursitis.

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Lower Back

Up to 85% of individuals will have low back problems at some point in their life. Symptoms include pain, stiffness, and sometimes numbness and tingling sensations into the buttocks and legs. Some common causes of back pain are muscle strains, sciatica, disc problems, and scoliosis.

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Hand/Wrist

Overuse of the wrist and hand is a common cause of injury in this area. Muscle strains, ligament sprains, and fractures are some injuries that we frequently treat.

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Hip

The hip is a “ball and socket” weight bearing joint that is important in retaining balance and normal walking mechanics. Injuries are frequently seen in active people and may include hamstring strains, arthritis, bursitis, or tears in the labrum.

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Knee

The knee is the main weight bearing joint in the body and is prone to a variety of injuries, both acute and chronic. Common knee problems include patellar tendonitis, ACL tears, IT band syndrome, and meniscus problems.

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Foot/Ankle

Because the foot and ankle joints are responsible for daily locomotion, they are prone to many problems. Traumatic injuries are sprains and fractures, while overuse syndromes include achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and shin splints.

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