Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (C.T.S.) is a condition when the median nerve becomes compressed in the wrist. Symptoms often include numbness and tingling into the thumb, index and middle fingers. Chiropractic and physical therapy are often the first treatments required to heal carpal tunnel syndrome.
Elbow Pain – A variety of conditions can affect the elbow including: medial epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow), lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow), tendonitis, bursitis, fractures, cubital tunnel syndrome, and elbow subluxations and misalignments.
Golfer’s Elbow – Golfer’s Elbow (Medial epicondylitis) is a tendonitis/tendinosis of the flexor tendons of the forearm. People who suffer from golfer’s elbow get pain on the inner part of their elbow. While medial epicondylitis is called golfer’s elbow, many people get this condition who have never played golf.
Tennis Elbow – Tennis Elbow (Lateral epicondylitis) is a tendonitis/tendinosis of the extensor tendons of the forearm. People who suffer from tennis elbow get pain on the outer part of their elbow. While lateral epicondylitis is called tennis elbow, many people get this condition who have never played tennis.
Numbness in Arms – Numbness in the arms can be caused by numerous diseases. This loss of feeling in the extremities is often described as your hands “falling asleep.” This sensation can cause pain, numbness, pins and needles, or even a burning sensation. Causes can be vascular or neurological in origin.
Shoulder Pain – Shoulder pain is a very common complaint, especially among the competitive and recreational athletes. An accurate diagnosis is critical to develop a care plan to heal your shoulder injury as quickly as possible.
Wrist Pain – Since there are numerous causes of wrist pain, an accurate diagnosis is crucial so that appropriate treatment can be given to relieve the wrist pain. If you are experiencing wrist pain or numbness, some of the causes may include: tendonitis, sprain/strains, fractures, Ganglion cysts, arthrosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, DeQuervain’s tenosynovitis, TFCC tear, and wrist misalignments/subluxations.