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Suffering from pain or stiffness and don’t know why? Identify where you are in pain and click on the corresponding white circle to discover different conditions that might be the cause of your pain.
Pain and stiffness in your neck can make it difficult to turn your head or look up and down.
Shoulder pain not only limits the use of your shoulder, but it can limit the use of your entire arm.
Pain and stiffness in the elbow can keep you from enjoying your favorite activities.
Wrist pain by itself is a problem, but it frequently affects your grip strength and the use of your hands too.
Hip pain can limit your ability to move around and accomplish simple tasks or enjoy your favorite activities.
Knee pain can make it difficult to do anything that involves standing, walking, running or jumping.
Your ankles carry the weight of your entire body. When they’re in pain, it’s hard to do anything that involves being on your feet.
80% of us are likely to develop back pain in our lifetime.
One out of 3 people experience neck pain at least once a year. While types of neck pain can vary, they can all significantly impact a person’s range of motion. Range of motion refers to the amount of movement around a joint or body part. Neck stiffness often reduces a...
Has your child been complaining about their neck hurting? While neck pain is a common complaint among adults, you may be surprised to learn that children often experience it as well. One of the most common causes of neck pain among children is poor posture. This is...
Biceps tendinitis is a disorder that affects the upper arm between the shoulder and elbow. The main symptom of biceps tendinitis is pain when moving the arm or shoulder. It occurs when the biceps tendon becomes inflamed or irritated. You can develop biceps tendinitis...
Many people find that they wake up tired, sore and uncomfortable after a night of sleeping on their side. Even if you have slept on your side all your life, you may wake one day to find that your shoulder is in pain, and you didn’t get a good night’s sleep. A lack of...
It happens when you close a cabinet door. You do it when you’re drinking coffee. What is it exactly? The answer is bending and straightening your elbow. Yet even normal, seemingly easy, tasks like these can be more difficult if these movements are triggering elbow...
An issue with one of the tendons in your elbow can lead to burning pain in this joint. Depending on which tendon is affected, you might be dealing with pain from either tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow. Tennis elbow occurs when the lateral epicondyle tendon on the...
After having surgery to remedy carpal tunnel syndrome, your body will begin healing. During this important time, you may experience pain, swelling and inflammation. This can make life difficult; it may put a damper on your daily life and make trivial tasks like...
Many more people are working from home currently. There are many positive factors that can come from working at home, such as the chance to learn new work practices. However, there are also negative aspects, including the fact that many people don’t have the ergonomic...
If you’ve been experiencing pain from your hip to your knee, there could be several causes. The most common cause of this type of pain that runs along the outside of your leg is IT band syndrome. The IT band (iliotibial band) is a long stretch of tissue that connects...
Arthritis can make your hips feel tight and difficult to move, and this can make you feel like you don’t want to move around as much. In turn, not moving around enough can actually increase your hip arthritis pain. There are many people who experience this chain of...
Anterior knee pain is a type of pain that occurs in the front of the knee. A leading cause of anterior knee pain is patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS). This condition affects your kneecap (patella). It typically occurs because of an issue with the patellar tendon or...
Knee osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It is caused by the breakdown of cartilage, which cushions and protects the ends of bones in your knee joint. Cartilage breakdown causes pain, stiffness and swelling in your knee, thus creating the need for...
The foot and ankle are complex structures that hold a lot of responsibility for bearing weight and moving the body. This means that any injury or condition that affects these areas can make walking difficult, if not impossible. Physical therapy for foot and ankle...
There it is — that old, familiar twinge in your ankle. Often, it is a pain that you have learned to live with over the course of many years. Other times, the ankle pain is utterly debilitating, causing you to miss out on daily activities. Are you wondering if you...
Many issues that affect the back can be successfully treated without surgery, but that doesn’t mean that some problems won’t require surgery to heal properly. Medical research is also reporting that more and more people are electing to have back surgery. One...
It may seem odd, but the answer to this question is clearly found in a children’s song. Anyone who’s ever heard or sung “The Skeleton Dance” knows that “the hip bone’s connected to the backbone.” This is a simplistic interpretation of the connection between the hips...