Whether the pain or limitation you are experiencing is located in your shoulder, knee, or foot, or you need post operative rehabilitation, we can address your condition with customized strategies based on the latest research. Here are the conditions we commonly treat.
Stiffness and pain into the shoulder joint causing a decrease in range of motion and mobility.
Shoulder pain caused by impingement of a muscle on the shoulder blade.
Inflammation of the fluid-filled sacs that act as cushions. A bursa is located in a joint or covers bony process in order to protect the skin.
- Shoulder (Subacromial bursitis)
- Elbow (Olecranon bursitis; ‘student’s elbow’)
- Hip (Trochanteric bursitis)
- Knee (Infrapatellar bursitis; ‘clergyman’s knee’)
The most common and least serious type of brain injury that is caused by a strike violent shaking of the head. It is also common to experience a concussion following a motor vehicle accident.
A decrease in joint space between vertebra bones in the spine, most common in the neck or low back.
The breakdown of cartilage that allows for bone-on-bone contact and can cause pain, stiffness and reduced range of motion.
- Hands, hips, knees, neck, low back
Decreased or abnormal range of motion of the head of the femur in the hip socket. This can cause injury to the cartilage that lines the socket and can lead to groin pain.
A protrusion of the material that lies between spinal bones.
Overuse injury that causes inflammation to the muscles and tendons that connect to the outside of the elbow.
Low back pain.
Overuse injury that causes inflammation to the muscles and tendons that connect to the inside of the elbow.
Microtears in the muscle and bone tissue along the front of the leg.
An overstretched muscle or tear in the muscle tissue.
- Hamstring, calf, mid/low back
Abnormal tracking of the knee cap against the thigh bone causing pain and stiffness.
An injury to the tissue connecting the kneecap to the shin bone (patellar tendon).
An inflammation of the band of tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot connecting the heel bone to the toes.
Abnormal movement or positioning of the shoulder blade during coupled movements with the arm.
Pain that can include numbness or tingling which runs down one or both legs from the lower back.
Too much movement (hypermobility) or too little movement (hypomobility) of the sacrum and pelvic bones.
An injury where the upper arm bone comes out of the shoulder blade socket
Stretching or tearing of a ligament, which is the fibrous tissue that connects bone to bone
- Knee, ankle, wrist
An inflammation of the tissue that connects the muscle to the bone.
- Elbow, bicep, hip flexor, achille’s, shoulder
Compression of a neurovascular bundle that passes through a group of muscles in the neck that can cause radiating symptoms down one or both of the arms.
A complete tear of the strong fibrous cord that connects the muscles in the back of the calf to the heel bone.
Injury to the tissue that connects the bottom of the femur (upper leg bone) to the top of the tibia (bone of the lower leg) that is responsible for stability in the knee.
Fixation of broken or fractured bones using hardware to allow adequate orientation of healing bones.
A tear to the rim of soft tissue or fibrocartilage that surrounds the glenoid and acetabulum.
Injury to the tissue that connects the medial and lateral sides of the femur to the tibia that is responsible for sideways movement of the knee.
A tear to one of the two c-shaped discs that cushions the inside of the knee that is often caused by twisting or turning too quickly.
A tear to one of the tendons or muscles that connects the shoulder blade to the upper arm bone and helps to stabilize the shoulder.
Surgical replacement of the hip joint with artificial prosthesis to eliminate pain caused by hip pathology
Surgical replacement of the knee joint with artificial prosthesis to eliminate pain caused by knee pathology.