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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.
3 things that people with a stiff neck from sleeping tend to have in common
Are you waking up in the morning with a stiff, aching neck? You may have simply slept on it the wrong way, or you may be feeling the effects of a previous sports injury or car accident. Regardless, if you wake up with a stiff neck from sleeping, it could affect the...
3 car accident injuries that can get worse without physical therapy
What happens if you don't go to physical therapy after a car accident? The truth is, without regular physical therapy, your chance of a full recovery may be reduced. You are also more likely to experience chronic pain, and the quality of your life could diminish. Most...
4 steps physical therapists can take to help fix a shoulder impingement
Pain in your shoulder can be difficult to live with. It can prevent you from performing well at work, or from participating in sports or other activities you enjoy. If you are suffering from a shoulder impingement, you may find it impossible to perform everyday tasks...
Three physical therapy exercises to get your shoulder moving safely after rotator cuff surgery
Is your shoulder pain out of control? Has rotator cuff surgery been recommended to you as a form of treatment? If so, you may be looking for ways to prepare for your upcoming rotator cuff surgery and learn some physical therapy exercises to help you heal after your...
What can cause shoulder and elbow pain at the same time?
Often, pushing yourself during a workout can lead to aching in your shoulder and elbow. Playing a high-impact sport can also leave these areas banged up and painful. Such issues will typically feel better after some rest. However, there are issues that cause shoulder...
Information you need to know about golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow
Pain when moving your elbow. Difficulty grasping objects. Inflammation or swelling around the elbow. If you’re dealing with any of these symptoms, you might not be sure what’s causing them. The reality is that there are two conditions that could be the culprit. One...
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Can you have both lower back and hip pain?
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...
Two physical therapy exercises that can help your hips
Your hip joints are some of the most important structures in your body, and they’re involved in normal daily activities like walking, running and climbing stairs. However, problems with the muscles around your hip can trigger pain and other symptoms. Hip pain is a...
What can it mean if I’m feeling knee tightness but no pain?
You have been busy lifting and moving things — and your knees are paying for it. You really overdid it because you feel some knee tightness but no pain. Are you wondering what the cause of your stiff knees is? There can be many reasons for knee tightness but no pain....
Can sciatica cause the knee pain I’m feeling?
As many as 40% of people will experience sciatica at least once in their lifetime. Your sciatic nerve starts in the lower spine and then branches off to travel down each leg. It is responsible for all the feeling in your legs. When you injure your legs or lower back,...
How can you determine if you have a sprained ankle versus a broken ankle?
Anyone who is feeling pain in their ankle may be worried about either an ankle sprain or fracture. However, people may not know how to distinguish between these two issues. Ankle sprains are by far the more common of the two ankle conditions, and one four-year...
What’s causing my ankle to hurt if there’s no swelling?
The likely answer is that you have a high ankle sprain, which tends to make your ankle hurt but does not cause swelling. High ankle sprains are also called syndesmotic ankle injuries. They affect the ligaments between your tibia and fibula, and these are found just...
Learn why you’re experiencing lower back and buttock pain
There are many parts of the body that we think of as being closely linked. The wrist and hand are one example. Likewise, anyone who has felt lower back and upper buttock pain can tell you how closely these two areas are linked. The lower back is also called the...
Why do I have lower back pain?
Figuring out why you have lower back pain is a vital first step in the process of treating your pain. It can be difficult to determine the cause of your pain on your own, but working with a physical therapist can make it easier to learn the source of your pain. There...