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Neck / Shoulder pain

Neck pain can result from a variety of causes, including Arthritis, Tendonitis, Muscle strains, Nerve impingement Auto Injuries. Neck pain can range from a dull ache to an electric-shock type of sensation. Other signs and symptoms that accompany neck pain, such as Numbness/tingling or muscle weakness, can help pin point the cause of your neck pain.

Back Pain

Back pain often develops without a specific cause but normally due to Muscle or ligament strain, bulging or ruptured disks, Arthritis, not period skeletal irregularities, osteoporosis. Symptoms of back pain may include Muscle ache, shooting or stabbing pain, pain that radiates down your leg, Limited flexibility or range of motion of the back, Inability to stand up straight

Hip Pain

Hip pain results from variety of causes including Arthritis, bursitis. Muscles, ligaments, tendons and other soft tissues that surround your hip joint.

Foot / Ankle Problem

Your ankle joint is an intricate network of bones, ligaments, tendons and muscles. Strong enough to bear your body weight, your ankle can be prone to injury and pain. You may feel ankle pain on the inside or outside of your ankle or along the Achilles tendon, which connects the muscles in your lower leg to your heel bone. Because ankle pain can sometimes indicate a serious problem, severe ankle pain should be evaluated by your doctor, especially if it follows an injury. Most ankle pain, is the result of a sprain, which occurs when your ankle rolls your foot, causing an ankle ligament to stretch or even tear. Though sprains are often sports related, they can occur when you walk on an uneven surface.

Knee Pain/ Leg Pain

Knee pain may be the result of an injury, such as a ruptured ligament or torn cartilage, meniscus. Medical conditions including arthritis, gout and infections. Physical therapy and knee braces also can help relieve knee pain. In some cases, your knee may require surgical repair. Signs and symptoms that sometimes accompany knee pain include: Swelling, stiffness, Redness, warmth to the touch, Weakness or instability, Popping or crunching noises, "Locking," or inability to fully straighten the knee.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a progressively painful hand and arm condition caused by a pinched nerve in your wrist, Carpal tunnel syndrome typically starts gradually with a vague aching in your wrist that can extend to your hand or forearm. Common carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms include: Tingling or numbness in your fingers or hand, Pain radiating or extending from your wrist up your arm,  sense of weakness in your hands and a tendency to drop objects

Vertigo/Dizziness

Dizziness generally refer to lightheadedness, Loss of balance, Vertigo. Dizziness can range from a momentary sensation to a severe loss of balance disorder that makes normal functioning impossible. Many cases of dizziness are caused by problems that affect the balance mechanism in your inner ear.

Other Treatments

  • Balance Coordination Problems
  • Lymphedema ( upper extremity, Lower extremity )
  • Functional Capacity Evaluation
  • Stroke
  • Pain, Stiffness, Muscle Spasm and Circulatory Problems
  • Neurological Conditions                                               
  • Pre / Post Surgical Conditions
  • Acute and chronic pain                                 
  • Sports injuries
  • Orthopedic problems   
  • Arthritis related  issues
  • Auto accidents                                                 
  • Work related injuries   

Lymphedema

Lymphedema is an abnormal collection of protein-rich fluid in the interstitium resulting from obstruction of lymphatic drainage. Lymphedema could be primary or secondary. Primary: Lymphedema arising from a developmental abnormality of the lymphatic system is classified as primary lymphedema. These types are as follows: 1.Congenital lymphedema (Milroy disease), 2. Lymphedema praecox(Meige disease),

and 3. Lymphedema tarda.

Secondary: Lymphedema is caused by an acquired defect in the lymphatic system and is commonly associated with Filariasis, obesity, infection, neoplasm, trauma.

Signs and symptoms of lymphedema include the following:

  • Chronic swelling of an extremity preceded lymphedema
  • Primarily lower extremity involvement (80%) but can also involve the upper extremities, face, genitalia,    and trunk
  • Fevers, chills, and generalized weakness
  • Fatigue related to the size and weight of the extremity
  • Embarrassment in public
  • Severe impairment of daily activities
  • Recurrent bacterial or fungal infections
  • Recurrent episodes of cellulitis, lymphangitis, fissuring, ulcerations, and/or verrucous changes

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