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Vehicle Accidents

Why am I in so much pain after a car accident? Typically the day of the accident, you wont feel any pain. It’s always the morning after when you feel the most pain in your neck, back, and shoulder depending on the severity of the accident. If you are experiencing shoulder pain, its typically because …

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Ankle / Foot Pain

What is causing your Ankle/Foot pain? The most common conditions include mortons neuroma, plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, and trauma (strains & sprains). Free tips for pain management Try rolling a ball under your foot or a frozen water bottle if its plantar fasciitis. With achilles tendonitis, you would want to practice eccentric and concentric loading. …

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Knee Pain

Why do I have knee pain? Knee pain is often caused by repetitive motion that includes running, jumping, and or squats. The most common weakness stems from the gluteal muscle. Free tips for pain management: Strengthen your gluteus medius muscle. This muscle is often neglected and can cause your knee to buckle in upon weight …

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Hip Pain

Why do I have hip pain? This depends on which area you are calling the hip. Do you have pain in the femoral acetabular joint or sacro-iliac joint? Most common conditions in these regions would be pirifomis syndrome, hip flexor dysfunction, and sprain strain of various ligaments and muscles. Too difficult to give free tips …

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Upper Back Pain

Why do I have upper back pain? Upper back pain can be caused by several different conditions but the most common are shoulder related injuries, poor posture, and trauma. Free tips for pain management: For postural pain, pull ups and barbell rows will help significantly. This will improve posture and strengthen muscles that have been …

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Elbow Pain

Why do I have elbow pain? The most common injury we see is a repetitive injury typically caused by tennis or golf. Other causes of elbow pain include: Arthritis Bursitis Neural compression Biceps rupture. If you have pain in the forearm or on the outside of the elbow, lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) is highly suspected. …

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Wrist Pain

Why do I have wrist pain? Wrist pain can be caused by instability, arthritis, trauma, overuse, or peripheral nerve entrapment. Nerve entrapments typically present with numbness and tingling in the hand. Free tips for pain management: Put a rubber band on the outside of your fingers then open and close your hand. This will work …

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Shoulder Pain

Why do I have shoulder pain? Shoulder pain can be caused by multiple different things. It can be caused by trauma, arthritis, bursitis, dislocation, instability, and most commonly a repetitive motion in an incorrect biomechanics. When looking at repetitive use injuries, the most common culprit will be any of the rotator cuff muscles, biceps tendon, …

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Neck Pain

Why do I have neck pain? Neck pain can be caused by multiple different things depending on location of pain in the neck region. It can be caused by trauma, repetitive small movements, arthritis, disc, and postural pain. Symptoms: Sometimes neck pain is accompanied with numbness, tingling, burning, and radiating pain down the arm. This …

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Headaches

Types of Headaches: Migraine – This typically presents as one-sided throbbing headache with or without aura. Typically sensitive to light and may have a scotoma (blind spot). The aura typically last for 30 minutes followed disabling headache pain that lasts for several hours to three days. A migraine is often associated with nausea and vomiting. …

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