Musculoskeletal pain

Musculoskeletal pain

 

Most of our patients present to us because they are in pain. The difficulty is: pain is neither a diagnostic nor their actual problem. It is a symptom or says otherwise a consequence of the true problem. In fact, pain is the alarm of your body to warn you there is a problem. For example, when you burn yourself it is painful and directly you take your hands away avoiding further damage.

Our aim as therapist is not only to reduce your pain but more to find the root cause of this symptom, your actual problem, what we call the diagnostic. By treating and solving it we will reduce your pain and avoid its reoccurrence and further damage to your body.

Common cause of:

  • Neck pain
    • Muscles spasm
    • TMJ dysfunction
    • Disc herniation
    • Facet irritation: overload of a joint leading to inflammation and pain
    • Postural compensation commonly due to sedentary life (lack of physical activity and hours spend sitting)
  • Shoulder pain
    • Rotator cuff tear or inflammation
    • Muscle spasm
    • Postural compensation
    • Shoulder blade instability
    • Impeachment
  • Back pain
    • Sterno costal joint inflammation
    • Muscle spasm
    • Postural compensation
    • Rib joint inflammation
    • Disc herniation
    • Muscle spasm
    • SIJ inflammation
  • Knee pain
    • Hip instability
    • Muscles spasm
    • Flat foot or other foot dysfunction
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Fat pad inflammation
    • Patella instability (knee cap)