Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

This is a so-called common problem that involves the wrist and the hand. This is a repetitive motion trauma to the wrists that causes compression of the median nerve at the wrist as it goes through the transverse carpal ligament and the bones (carpals) of the hand…

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A term that has been misused often in the medical industry. Any back pain is usually considered sciatica, but that may not be the case.

Sciatica is a syndrome characterized by pain radiating from the back into the posterior (back) aspect of the lower leg. (Fig. 2)…

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There are many reasons and types of headaches that have different characteristics. A headache can be described as pain or discomfort in the head, scalp, or neck. There are 4 common headaches: tension, cluster, and migraine with/without aura.

Headaches can be cause…

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Golfer’s Elbow

Although the golf swing is a major contributor to medial epicondylitis, there are many other repetitive motions such as: swinging a hammer, many hand tools, throwing can cause trauma and injury to the inner forearm muscles. This is the wrist flexor group which att…

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Is inflammation of one or more joints causing pain, swelling, and limited movement? Arthritis is usually caused by the breakdown of cartilage within a joint.

Cartilage protects the joint by not only acting as a shock absorber but also creating a smooth surface bet…

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Tennis Elbow

Although the backhand swing in tennis is the main contributor of lateral epicondylitis, many other repetitive motions (painting with a paintbrush, running a chain saw, typing on a keyboard improperly) can cause trauma and injury to the outer forearm muscles. This …

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