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Pain management is complicated by the fact that prolonged pain can cause you to compensate or "guard" the painful area which causes other areas to begin to hurt. Soon you hurt in many places and begin to feel hopeless that the pain will ever go away. Our physical therapists take the time to perform a thorough examination to ensure we are solving the pain problems not just treating the symptoms. Call us today and let us get you moving again!

Back Pain

Your middle and lower back are other areas that undergo stress throughout the day. Repetition of incorrect lifting and poor posture can lead to increased pain and discomfort in these areas. This pain can originate from the muscles of the thoracic (mid-back) or lumbar (low back) regions or from the nerves surrounding the area. More serious causes of pain, such as herniated discs, should be analyzed by a doctor to determine what steps should be taken to reduce your pain. Back pain can also lead to radiating pain or numbness in the legs or hips. It is a good idea to receive a thorough evaluation from a doctor or physical therapist to find out the cause of your pain so that you can start your road to recovery.

Neck Pain

The neck is sensitive to a great deal of stress. Your neck, or cervical, muscles can become tight or tense due to daily activities such as sitting at a computer desk, slouching while reading or studying, or improper lifting techniques. Neck pain can even radiate into the arms, shoulders, and back. Non-muscular factors, such as vertebrae or disc problems, and illnesses, like meningitis or the flu, can create pain in the cervical area as well. If you notice pain, tightness, tingling, or numbness in your neck, contact your doctor to determine the cause and find a method of treatment that best suits your needs.

Tempomandibular Joint Pain or Dysfunction

The tempomandibular joint (TMJ) is a complex joint that connects the jaw bone (mandible) to the skull, more specifically the temporal bone. This joint plays a major role in different everyday activities including; chewing, speaking, facial expressions, and more. 

Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD) encompass a range of conditions that affect the TMJ and surrounding structures, leading to pain, dysfunction, and discomfort. Common symptoms of TMD include jaw pain, clicking or popping sounds during jaw movement, limited mouth opening, muscle stiffness, headaches, ear ringing and difficulty chewing. TMD can result from factors such as trauma, teeth grinding or clenching, misalignment of the jaw, arthritis, muscle tension, or stress.

Pelvic Floor Pain or Dysfunction 

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues that form a supportive hammock-like structure at the bottom of the pelvis. It plays a vital role in supporting pelvic organs, controlling bladder and bowel function, stabilizing the pelvis, and facilitating sexual function. The pelvic floor muscles work in coordination with other muscles and structures of the pelvis and abdomen to maintain continence, provide stability to the pelvic region, and contribute to core strength. Pelvic floor dysfunction refers to a range of conditions that affect the pelvic floor muscles and may disrupt their normal function.

Solutions Head to Toe

As a physical therapy clinic, our expertise extends across the entire spectrum of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions, allowing us to address a wide range of issues from head to toe. Through personalized treatment plans tailored to each individual's needs, we strive to alleviate pain, restore mobility, and enhance quality of life from head to toe. Our team of skilled Physical Therapists are committed to providing compassionate care and empowering our patients to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest

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