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Sacroilitis

Description: With aging or injury, inflammation around the joint develops and makes walking & standing movements painful.

Symptoms: Difficulty walking, sitting, standing.

Lumbar Facet Arthropathy

Description: With aging or injury, inflammation around the joint develops and makes movements painful.

Symptoms: Difficulty walking, standing, bending, riding in vehicle.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Description: More common with trauma but can also happen with aging. Puts more stress on joints or pinches against nerves.

Symptoms: Difficulty walking, standing, bending, riding in vehicle.

Vertebral Compression Fracture

Description: More common with trauma, cancer, or osteoporosis. Stresses joints or pinches against nerves or the spine.

Symptoms: All movements around the fracture extremely painful. If a fragment hits the spine or nerve, can cause pain, weakness, numbness in limb or body.

Post-Operative Back Pain

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Spinal Stenosis

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Sciatica or Radiculopathy

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Coccydynia

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Soft Tissue Injury / Myofascial Pain

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Annular Disc Tear

Description: In trauma, the outside of a disc can tear leaking the gelatenous inside of a disc onto nerves, causing pain.

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Cervical Facet Arthropathy

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Degenerative Disc Disease

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Post-Operative Neck Pain

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Spinal Stenosis

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Soft Tissue Injury / Myofascial Pain

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Radiculopathy

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Osteoarthritis

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Bursitis

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Carpal Tunnel

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Myofascial pain & Fibromyalgia

Description: Muscle fibers may fracture and become tangled into a trigger zone. The nerves at these spots become irritated and signal pain.

Symptoms: Dull ache in affected muscles, may worsen with movement or use.

Tendinitis - Shoulder

Description: Any of the rotator cuff muscles can develop a tear or become irritated (tendinitis).

Symptoms: Coming Soon

Tendinitis - Elbow

Description: Inflammation of the elbow tendons happens as a result of repetitive injury. This is often felt more with wrist movements than elbow movements.

Symptoms: Coming Soon

Tendinitis - Wrist

Description: Wrist sprains and tendinitis can result from repetitive injury or trauma. They are often felt with wrist or finger movements.

Symptoms: Coming Soon

Trigger Finger

Description: Through repetitive injury or sprain, finger tendons may grow larger than its surrounding sheath and get stuck with movement.

Symptoms: Finger movement has clicking and sticking.

Tendinitis - Knee

Description: With wear and tear or injury, tendons become irritated. The resulting pain limits movement so the body can heal.

Symptoms: Coming Soon

Tendinitis - Ankle

Description: Sprained ankle results from an injured tendon that limits movement and causes pain.

Symptoms: Coming Soon

Diabetic Neuropathy

Description: The tips of far reaching nerves are hard to repair when injured. In diabetes, high sugar levels injur these nerves and over time they heal less and less.

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Post-Herpetic Neuralgia

Description: The Chicken pox virus can remain asleep in nerve cells for years. For unknown reasons it can awake in a single nerve bundle and damage that nerve.

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Description: While the mechanisms are unclear, something triggers autonomic nerves to communicate with the nerves that carry pain, causing a regional pain.

Symptoms: Burning, sharp, raw pain in a broad region of the body. Usually affects limbs, but can affect the trunk or face.

Post-operative Neuropathy

Description: Wrist sprains and tendinitis can result from repetitive injury or trauma. They are often felt with wrist or finger movements.

Symptoms: Coming Soon

Neuropathic Pain

Description: A nerve can be injured from a variety of causes. When a nerve does not send its "ok" signals, other nerves start acting abnormally and send painful signals.

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Peripheral Vascular Disease

Description: When theblood supply to the nerve tips is damaged, specific nerves signal pain because of insufficient oxygen. If the blood supply can't be restored these nerves fall into a pattern of repetitive pain.

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Stable Chest Pain or Angina

Description: When theblood supply to the heart is limited chest pain results.

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Description: Cancer pain results from tumor invasion into tissue, bone, and nerves. The treatments to control cancer can also damage normal cells and nerves causing pain.

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Cancer Pain - Organ Tumor & Mass Effect

Description: With direct invasion into tissue, nerves can become trapped or the blood supply interrupted, thus causing pain.

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Cancer Pain - Radiation or Chemotherapy - Induced Neuropathy

Description: Some nerves are more vulnerable to radiation and can be injured causing a a repetitive pattern of pain.

Symptoms: Coming Soon

Cancer Pain - Post-Surgical Pain

Descriptions: Under certain conditions, nerves not easily seen during surgery can become injured and develop a patterned signal that transmits pain.

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Cancer pain - Lytic Bone Lesions & Compression Fractures

Description: Tumor invasion into bone can weaken bones so much that the bone cannot hold up under pressure or may even fracture

Symptoms: Coming Soon

Post-Surgical & Trauma Induced Pains

Descriptive: Everyone is slightly different and small nerve fibers may not easily be found in the same spot always. When injured sometimes nerves develop a patterned signal that transmits pain.

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Post-Thoracotomy Syndrome

Description: Sometimes during chest surgery, injury to the nerves or their blood supply is unavoidable and can result in long standing pain.

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Post-Mastectomy Pain Syndrome

Description: During breast surgery, nerves can be injured. Most heal but some enter a chronically sensitive state.

Symptoms: Coming Soon

Phantom limb pain

Description: In an amputation, cut nerves may no longer be able to send an "ok" signal. Other nerves that rely on that signal start acting abnormally.

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Interstitial Cystitis

Description: As a result of injury or a disease process, organ pain may result.

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Chronic Pancreatitis

Description: As a result of injury or a disease process, organ pain may result.

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Occipital Neuralgia

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Migraines

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Trigeminal Neuralgia

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TMJ

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Cranial Neuralgia

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