The chest and upper back are among the most common sites of pain, suffering and disability encountered in clinical practice.
The most frequent cause of pain and disability is muscle and bone disease or dysfunction of lower back and lower limbs.
The common causes of knee discomfort are injury, inflammation, degenerative changes (bone loss), poor circulation, birth defects and developmental defects.
Over 5 million Americans suffer from chronic headaches and current treatment options are limited to symptomatic relief.
Dental pain may result from tooth disease with injured or irritated pain sensing nerves, abscess, cracked tooth, and more.
It is estimated that about 12% of the population suffer from TMJ problems.
The vast majority of neck and upper shoulder discomfort may be approached by the use of either a three or four QuadraBloc array.
Elbow discomfort is commonly due to tennis elbow, tendonitis and arthritis.
The common causes of hip pain are injury, infection, inflammation, degenerative changes (bone loss), poor circulation, and more.
Common causes of pain in the wrist are arthritis, carpal tunnel, and tendonitis.
The most recent theory of the cause of pain during menstruation is uterine ischemia (oxygen starvation) and sensitization of uterine pain fibers.
Pain in the ankle may be acute or chronic and may result from injury, ligament sprains, ankle laxity, ankle fractures, arthritis, and more.
Painful conditions of the foot are commonly caused by arthritis, tendonitis, high arch with stress, plantar fasciitis, and more.