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Common Conditions

Knee Pain

Knee pain can be caused from various structures within the knee joint, but most commonly originates from strain and stress on the knee joint due to overuse or sudden and rapid onset of physical activity.

Lower Back Pain

Low back pain, is pain located below the ribs and can travel as low as the tail bone. Almost everyone has low back pain at some point in life. Low back pain may range from a dull ache to a stabbing or shooting sensation down the legs.


Headaches is any pain around the head including front, back, sides or around the eyes. Types of headaches include: cluster headaches, migraines, neck related headaches, tension headaches or sinus headaches.

Neck Pain

Neck pain is one of the most commonly encountered complaints in the rehabilitation world accounting for 60-70% of reported dysfunctions, time lost from work and day to day impairment.

Rotator Cuff Injury

A rotator cuff injury typical occurs when an individual suddenly overuses their arm during sport or repetitive movements resulting in shoulder pain around the outside of the shoulder which may travel down the arm.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition in the wrist that is often caused by overuse of the hands on keyboards or electronic devices. This condition is caused by compression of the median nerve by muscle tendons in the carpal tunnel resulting in pain in the wrist, thumb, index and middle finger.

Tennis & Golfer's Elbow

Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow (lateral epicondylitis / medial epicondylitis) is a painful condition whereby the tendons within your elbow (on the inside or outside) become inflamed typically due to overuse. Most commonly the pain is located on the outside of the elbow (Tennis Elbow) or the inside of the elbow (Golfer’s Elbow), but can also travel up or down the arm.

Hip Pain

Hip pain can develop from various conditions which include: hip arthritis, hip bursitis, labral tears, hip impingement, hip tendonitis. Each of these conditions may have a variety of symptoms which may include groin pain, chronic pain inside the joint, pain on the outside or the back of the hip, weakness or buckling of the hip.

Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles Tendonitis is an overuse injury of the achilles tendon. This condition usually comes on as a result of overuse without stretching, typically seen in sports such as basketball, soccer, or volleyball, or with sudden onset of running.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is the most common type of heel pain. It is caused by strain or overuse of a thick band of tissue that runs from the heel to the toes, known as the plantar fascia. Plantar fasciitis often causes pain at the ball of the heel or around the itself and is usually worse during first steps in the morning.


Arthritis is swelling and tenderness in one or more joints in the body. It often occurs when cartilage in these joints slowly degenerates over time, often due to poor movement patterns, poor biomechanics , overuse and aging.

Sports Injuries

Sport injuries can vary from soft tissues injuries, sprains and strains, ligament injuries, head injuries or fractures. Often times the severity of injury is difficulty to determine based on symptoms or the mechanism of the injury itself.


Sciatica refers to pain that travels anywhere from the low back down the path of the sciatic nerve. That pain can start in the low back, travel into the buttock, hamstring, down the calf and into the foot.


A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury, or TBI, caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head or by a hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth.

Disc Herniation

A disc herniation (aslo known as a slipped disc, bulged disc or ruptured disc) occurs when the intervertebral disc that sits between two vertebrae herniates and often places pressure on a near by nerve causing severe pain. This often results in pain that travels anywhere from the low back down the path of the sciatic nerve. This can include pain that starts in the low back, travel into the buttock, hamstring, down the calf or into the foot.

Pelvic Floor Conditions

Pelvic Floor Conditions affect both women and men a like. Most commonly women who are post partum can develop dysfunction with their pelvic floor resulting in difficulty controlling bowel or bladder function and a sensation of weakness throughout the core and pelvic floor.

Vertigo Dizziness

Dizziness and vertigo affect 45% of individuals as some point in their lives. A variety of different factors can cause vertigo or dizziness. However some of the most common are: BPPV, vestibular neuritis or blood pressure changes.