Category: Conditions

Sports Injures- The Basics

Sports Injuries – The Basics The term sports injury refers to the various kinds of injuries that occur during sports or exercise. Sport injuries normally occur because of: Poor training practices Improper equipment Lack...

Rotator Cuff Tear

Introduction Rotator cuff tear is a typical problem of the rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder. The rotator cuff is a group of tendons that connects the four muscles of the upper shoulder to...

Atypical Facial Pain

Introduction Atypical Facial Pain (ATFP) is a syndrome that encompasses a wide group of facial pain problems. This condition is typically characterized by a burning, aching or cramping sensation, occurring on one side of...

Spinal Stenosis

Introduction Spinal stenosis is a medical condition characterized by the narrowing of the spinal canal that occurs when excessive growth of bone and/or tissue reduces the size of the openings in the spinal bones....

Tendonitis

Introduction Tendonitis is an inflammation of the cord-like structure at a point where a muscle narrows down to join a bone. The structure, known as a tendon is a tough but flexible band of...

Ureteric Colic

Introduction Ureteric colic is defined as a medical condition characterized by the presence of a urinary stone, leading to a severe urinary system pain. An excruciating pain that can strike without a warning, ureteric...

Peripheral Neuropathic Pain

Introduction Peripheral neuropathic pain refers to the pain associated with the condition of peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy refers to the damage caused to the peripheral nervous system, which is the vast communications network that...

Viscous Cycle for Back Pain

Viscous Cycle for Back Pain The Basics Back pain is the second-most common neurological ailment in the United States, next to headache. Research shows that Americans spend at least $50 billion each year on...

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain Introduction Chronic pain is a difficult thing to define, even among those that are suffering from it. While it is safe to say that we understand that pain is the body’s way...