Musculoskeletal and nerve pain can take a toll on anyone’s health. It can effect mobility, organ function and overall quality of life. If you struggle with any of the symptoms that may indicate that relate to these two conditions an exam can determine a treatment plan that can bring relief and get you back to yourself.

Below is a list of symptoms that ‘may’ indicate that you have some musculoskeletal or nerve pain.

  • Back Strain (Caused by improper lifting and sitting techniques.)
  • Cervicogenic headaches (Caused by referred neck strain.)
  • Coccydynia (Pain in the tailbone, caused by falling or riding a bike for long periods of time.)
  • Degenerative disc disease (DDD) – (Degeneration of the disc usually due to aging.)
  • ┬áHerniated disc (Caused by a disc pressing on a nerve.)
  • Myofascial pain (A pain disorder caused by pressure on sensitive points in the muscle.)
  • Piriformis syndrome (Aka: sciatica. Occurs in the buttocks area giving a tingling or ┬ánumb feeling.)
  • Sciatica (Symptoms of sciatica is pain that travels below the knee of one leg.)
  • Leg Length Discrepancy (Caused by one leg being shorter than the other.)
  • Spinal Osteoarthritis (Caused by arthritis forming often due to aging.)
  • Whiplash (Neck is ‘whipped’ forward and backward resulting in neck sprain/strain.)